Thursday, March 30, 2017

A new studio

Sometimes, when you least expect it, the universe offers opportunities that are too good to pass up.
One-twelfth scale miniature scene of two work benches in an empty industrial space.
Like this studio space (that you might recognise), which I was able to rent at a very reasonable price.
Corner of a one-twelfth scale industrial-style miniature artist's studio, with a workbench holding various old wooden pieces.
 And this reclaim some of my home for actually living in,
Corner of a one-twelfth scale industrial-style miniature artist's studio, with a stack of various wooden and metal pieces stacked in a corner next to a workbench.
 not storing stuff and creating in!
Hand using tweezers to place a on-twelfth scale pencil onto a miniature worktable top containing a cutting mat and various tools, including miniature tweezers.
One-twelfth scale workbench top containing a cutting mat and various tools, including miniature tweezers, scissors and a dremmel.
One-twelfth scale vintage circus poster on the wall of a miniature artist's studio, surrounded by various industrial-style pieces.
(Work cabinets $10 each from the Victorian Dollhouses stall at the ACT Miniature and Dollhouse Show. Most other bits of treasure from Wendy Benson's boxes of bits at the same show: total price $5.40. Tools, paint and worktable: model's own...)

4 comments :

Anonymous said...

you are amazing~
Joan St. Doll

Jodi Hippler said...

How about setting up an old junk shop scene? I bet you could keep us looking at it for hours and we'd still marvel at each tiny treasure and curiosity...

The Shopping Sherpa said...

Awww... thank you both :-)

And Jodi: my entire (full-sized) studio looks like a junk shop scene some days: perhaps I should just photograph that? ;-)

Jodi Hippler said...

I have no doubt that you'd make that interesting too!