Minis at the Car Show

Tiny car show sightings - mini cars at the Ponte Vedra Auto Show

My Green Period

I'm very inspired by green as of late. You saw this in my From Nature Images. There is more green below, and still more green to come. https://videopress.com/v/VAlHB17b?preloadContent=metadata Read about some other fairies here - The Staged Photos that Fooled Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, and the World, for Nearly 70 years

Alone

"The work we make, even if unnoticed and undesired by the world, vibrates in perfect harmony to everything we put into it - or withhold from it. In the outside world there may be no reaction to what we do; in our artwork there is nothing but reaction."– DAVID BAYLES AND TED ORLAND, ART & FEAR: OBSERVATIONS... Continue Reading →

Making Miniatures

In elementary school I made a purple mansion out of balsa wood, scaled to my Fashion Polly dolls. In middle school I carved the Mortman Mountain from The Series of Unfortunate Events out of floral foam with a plastic wrap water fall. Later I made an 18 inch doll size teepee out of fabric, dowel... Continue Reading →

Happy Thanksgiving!

https://youtu.be/UPLUaJA66lQ One of my earlier Youtube videos so don't judge too hard. Making a Thanksgiving meal for a 2cm tall person!

A Timeline of the History of Miniatures: From Ritual and Religious Object to Plaything and Collectible

A re-look at a past post, miniatures since the beginning of time.

Keep Doing You

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it a million times again. Own what you do. Have confidence in your passions. Just because someone else doesn’t understand it doesn’t mean you shouldn’t pursue it or that you should hide it. I recently read this article. A man rediscovered his childhood love of miniature soldiers during... Continue Reading →

Toy Photos of War that Fooled the World for 50 Years

“The most extraordinary photographs ever taken of air flights in war.” -The Illustrated London News Wesley David Archer was an American Air Force Pilot in WWI. He enlisted in 1917, but his time in active duty ended when his plane was shot down in October of 1918. The photographs he took while flying are said... Continue Reading →

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