La Casa de Baja (A House in Miniature)

Uploaded 21 Jul 2008
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© Nadya Johnson
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Full view of house, from the right-hand side. The walls are made from spackle over styrofoam except for the chimney (a plastic tube). This was a project for a contest, so could have no roof. Like nearly everything, the cactus and the palm tree are both home made, as is the tile floor (done with textured paint and tiny strips of painters tape.)

Looking at this now, I sometimes can't believe I did all this! Doing miniatures I think, is like photography: either you love it, or you don't! Maybe you could use the word "addiction..." maybe not.

In the Memories in Miniature photo essay.

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  • frank degenhardt

    frank degenhardt gave props (23 Jul 2008):

    Nadya- Minitures have to be so hard to do to get everything looking exact. If you love doing it, its never an adition, its a love affair. Sensational work with all this macro furnishings. Interesting and colorful. Have a wonderful day

  • Ann Przyojski

    Ann Przyojski (Deleted) gave props (23 Jul 2008):

    WoW just Wow. I couldn't even work with those tiny little things. Talent galore lady

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