Church Interior

Church for Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge: Churches or any Religious Building and Interior for Day 9 of the A to Z Challenge, “I.”

Church Interior

Floor: Dollhouse scale wooden flooring/ Walls, cross, pews, stage: thin bass wood sheets colored with stain touch up markers/ Windows: stained glass paint on transparency film

The pews are 1″ tall x 2.5″ wide. The walls are 4″ tall.

A bit of a copper tone here, so it may have been a good fit for the OWPC as well.

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Tourmaline .

Photographer of miniatures and writer on all things small.


    • It varies set by set. For my more involved ones/ more finished ones like this one, I’ll set it on top of my bookshelf with the thought that I’ll return to it eventually. The more temporary ones (most of them) that are essentially objects strewn about on painted cardboard, will be dismantled and repurposed. My goal is really the photograph (I build the sets to ‘finish’ them through lighting, posing, etc.), so I’ve never really sought out to sell the sets. Although I have considered looking into selling some of my polymer clay items, or maybe selling a finished set along with it’s photograph. I don’t think anyone’s ever asked me this, so I really appreciate the question :)

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      • It made me realize that I’d meant to do a website ages ago, and you asked about seeing some of my room-based pieces, so I am going to start showing some of them on my blog. Why not? Would enjoy seeing more of yours as well.
        i’ll publish a room series soon..I’ve been waiting for them to fit in with some prompt but doubt they will.

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