Spent a quiet Sunday evening listing NEW domestic items on my website. Tomorrow I will add some images ( I only have the Digital images for now) and also show the items finished.
All these new items are in someway domestic items. I love the simplicity of some of the designs and have always wanted to start a collection of what would describe as high quality realistic "essentials". I have more to list; a table, a set of old saucepans and frying pans, and a plunger (posser is the correct name but not well known).
All items (excluding the sink) are made from metal and can either be polished or painted.
I shall keep you posted when I have the "real thing" photographed.
Architectural cornice etc
I am going to be listing some of the cornicing including elements of the room below. I shall keep you updated.
Just a little update - it has been printed! Or at least 95% has been printed. One wall was wonky so is being reprinted. Parts of it will be made from wood but these can not be created...
I have just had a wonderful email from a lovely man who is French living in Thailand who makes the most beautiful french dollshouses for a hobby. I was so inspired by his amazing work that I thought I would share it with you - I also know that some of you will be itching to know more about him.....
HIs name is Patrick Duclou and in his spare time he creates these stunning french dolls houses which is quite a feat as he lives in Thailand where he teaches English! His blog site is http://ajarnpatrick.blogspot.com or facebook siams Miniatures. I think you will agree that his work is wonderful and his finish on the exterior of the buildings is fantastic.
....cant wait to see what he is making next and his block shows us how he creates such wonderful facades.....
He has a video too https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HbyOVhmiJUM could not believe it when the video panned into the bathroom where I saw my mums (lilianne Miniatures) bath and taps that she used to make!!