Tag Archives: Miniatures

Miniature Headframe in an Eggshell: Completed Last Week

The detailing work on the miniature headframe was completed on April 16th, 2017 and then it glued on to its display stand in a display case meant for a baseball. Here are couple of close-up shots before it goes off … Continue reading

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Painted Eggshell

Once the Plaster of Paris had dried overnight, I painted a base coat using crafters’ grade white a acrylic paint. The interior of the eggshell was painted with the same white paint, but tinted with just a hint of artist-grade … Continue reading

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Plastering a Miniature Headframe into an Egg

After painting my 3D printed model of the McIntyre Headframe, I picked a suitable eggshell that had been chipped out on the front and back. To patch up the holes leftover from draining the contents, I used a couple small … Continue reading

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Tiny Scenery

Some 3D printed trial miniatures, which I designed using Tinkercad.Although each model printed in less than a half-hour, designing each one took three to four hours. The pencil sharpeners in the picture give an idea of scale. Each model has … Continue reading

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Revisiting an Odd Skill After 20 Years

Back in 1997, when I was 16 going on 17, I experimented with making tiny dioramas inside of eggshells. The first one was a carved sailboat (with paper sails and the top of a toothpick as a buoy), and the … Continue reading

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Miniature Work

Sometimes I get ideas that sit and incubate for quite a long time, in the case of the project I’ve finally gotten around to starting, the incubation period has been nearly 7 years. This tiny train is made of balsa … Continue reading

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Miniature Maneki Nekos in Clay

The 3D Printer has been useful in creating a customised impression-maker. One of my projects made with the impression is being fired to bisque presently and I will write about it soon. The pottery wheel, on the other hand, is … Continue reading

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