I created to two mini worlds in March. It’s a slightly different technique than I used to create, but you can learn and evolve from trying new techniques. Let’s see these worlds! 😉
As I wrote the last post, I created them for 5 days. Why did it take so long? As you can see in the pictures, these worlds are very meticulous. What do you think how big is this box?
The inside of the box is 13.5 x 7.5 cm. It’s so small! And each piece had to be cut out, bent and glued one by one. For the many small pieces, there is also a small booklet packed in the box – all the items are listed and their composition is also photographed. There is also a description in English and Chinese, I used the English part. But even without the short written description, the images are very talkative. So we had to put together every little detail one by one, and then we had to put all the little “ready” pieces together in the box.
I show you some close-up photo of how detailed this mini world. What you see in the cottage is each item made of a separate piece – also the little kitchen credenza. I bend and shaped even the pots…
You can see how I put this little box together in this speed-up video. 😉 And the wires have 4 small burners – unfortunately, we don’t have batteries at home right now (no batteries and glue in the package). So I can’t show you how it lights up now, but we hope that soon the situation will be settled and we can travel, go somewhere else. Then I’ll buy batteries. 😉 Now let’s see the video.
I hope you liked this “short” video. 😉 And now the second “mini” world is coming. It’s a larger box that can be hung on the wall. The size of the world in it is 16 x 13 cm. It wasn’t just a longer time to make it, it was harder. As you’ll see in the video, I had to use a glue gun here to fit some elements together. But I think it was worth the time. 😉 I’ll show you the detail photos, and then I’ll show you the video of it: