Friday, November 13, 2009

Micro Roombox

And it's been another month since my last post! Time flies! I was looking through photo files the other day, and I came across these old pictures of a 1/144th scale roombox I made acouple years ago.
Unfortunately, I don't have any other photos, as I sold this box on Ebay shortly after finishing it, and the better photos have since disapeared. Lots of little handmade details, including a canterbury full of sheet music (front right) and a blue and white firescreen (back left by the fireplace). The walls were covered with fine gold silk, and the carpet was fuzzy. The box was a butchered bespaq piece. The only things not made from scratch were the (heavily modified) roombox and the oval metal frame.

7 comments:

  1. oooohh!! it is so cute and full of amzing details. Congratulation for such wonderful work.
    I love it

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  2. Thanks! I found pictures of some other projects, but this was always one of my favorites.

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  3. How wonderful! I am impressed by anyone that can do miniatures smaller than 1/12 scale. What a beautifully detailed piece.

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  4. Amazing! I am so impressed with anyone who can work at this scale, but the quality and level of detail in your work is really incredible.

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  5. Thank you both! I actually find 1/144th scale really rewarding, since I can make things I'd never attempt in larger scales.

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