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Porcelain Dolls

June 18, 2011

When I first started out with miniatures, I didn’t think I would like having dolls in my scenes. I felt that they did not look realistic enough. Then eventually, I got sucked into the resin Ball Jointed Dolls scene (thanks Dakota). The BJDs changed my perceptions on dolls in miniature settings in general. So to take a […]

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Congrats to the Miniature VIKA Desk Giveaway Winner

March 1, 2011

The very first giveaway I ever had was the RC Bookcase and I had 33 entries then. I did kind of cheat by counting all facebook followers, whether they knew that they were entering into a giveaway or not, so that number is a bit inflated. This time around, I actually made a concerted effort […]

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Table Sculptures by Joe Fig

February 11, 2011

These wonderful miniatures by artist Joe Fig have been making the rounds in the internets lately and rightly so. They’re freaking cool! They are miniature recreations of the studio space of the artists that he admires. Joe Fig goes into detail about his mini reproductions in his book Inside the Painter’s Studio. The photos of the […]

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Mike’s 1:12 Stick Built Hollow Wall Dollhouse

December 18, 2010

If you’ve visit the Greenleaf forums lately, I’m sure you’ve seen Mike’s post on his stick built, hollow wall custom dollhouse. He also has a blog that he regularly updates as well. I am learning so much on how to build a dollhouse with frames, similar to how you would build a human sized house. And this […]

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Karin Corbin Miniatures

July 30, 2010

Having bought my very first mini table saw (pictures to follow), I’ve been looking at seasoned miniaturists to learn from. And having not posted a showcase in a long while, I thought I should start it up again. I found Karin Corbin, a miniaturist with 40 years under her belt, and I have been going […]

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