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Astronomy miniature

15th-century manuscript illustration of astronomy as one of the seven liberal arts, showing Ptolemy as its patron.


Episode 22: Space Fights and Late Nights

Gene and Dan return for another show. This week the boys talk about their first Firestorm Armada game and some rambling musings. See if you can follow along and enjoy. 41 more words


As You Like It

‘As You Like It’ Model Box Conceptual Project.


My City: Newcastle (in Miniature)

I think I’m qualified to call Newcastle my city now: having spent five years of my life here (with no plan to move), got a degree, a job, a husband (a mum, sisters and became an aunt for the first time!), a home, a Lord and Saviour – I can definitely call Newcastle my city! 256 more words


New Miniature Art Dolls!

I absolutely love making these jointed miniature art dolls, because they’re so tiny I can sculpt several of them in an afternoon! The sculpting stage is a great rainy afternoon project for when I feel like getting out my Paperclay. 273 more words


My first go at making a fabric teddy bear ... 9cm tall and nick-named Freddie :)


Had a few trials with making a mini bear using scrap fabric leftover from another satchel I’m in the middle of stitching together.  I wanted something small to attach to the finished bag, but now think Freddie may be a little bit delicate :)  However, he will fit in my pocket! 103 more words

Roadside America

One of the coolest little out of the way attractions in the country. Roadside America is a giant miniature village located in Shartlesville, Pennsylvania. I can’t imagine going to see this place and not smiling. 11 more words