I got a comment on one of my mini cooking posts recently on where to get the food necessary for doing your own mini cooking. Once I also discovered a similar question in my blog searches a few times I thought it was time to do a formal post on the matter.
Next month I’ll share more of these images. For now, I’d like to outline the process of creating them. TL;DR version: I used Lumi Inkodye and a halogen work light to print … Continue reading Behind the Scenes of Worry Dolls
About a month and a half ago slickforce graciously sent me this mini soft light. And I finally have gotten the chance to try it out and review it. I’m … Continue reading Slickforce Softlight
The next stop in mini madness – working mini tools. At this point you’ve all seen the real mini cooking videos. But, have you seen the mini wood working ones? … Continue reading Working Miniature Tools
Monachopis, as you’ll be familiar by now, is my newest series. It consists of 65 images in total. I completed it throughout January, February and March. While You got a hint … Continue reading Monachopis – Behind the Scenes
Throughout the course of 5 blog posts in a series called ‘Why Miniatures?’, I’ve explored various books, articles and films to discover just why miniatures are so fascinating. Today I … Continue reading 10 Reasons Why Miniatures are Fascinating
**Please note, the weathering effect discussed in this post should be used with metal and hard plastic models only. Enamel paint can dissolve soft plastics. However, for softer plastic, apply the … Continue reading Simple Weathering with Enamel Paints
Squintbox recently shared this enchanting video: And in the comments are tons of questions on how/where to get the supplies to do this yourself. In the March Squintbox selection there … Continue reading How to Dye your own Mini Easter Eggs