OMG! that is SO TINY
I am often asked: But HOW do you work on such a small scale?
The truth is, it takes ALOT of patience, lots of leaning over the table (my poor back), lots of squinting (perhaps I should get a magnifying monocle) and my trusty sculpting tools.
My "special" sculpting tool set consists of nothing more than a converted sewing needle, converted tapestry needle, converted X-Acto blade, and the ink barrel of a BIC pen.
I recently sculpted a set of monkeys sitting just 1 inch tall
But perhaps I can sculpt smallerI have challenged myself to sculpt a 'tiny' monkey at 3/4 inches tall
But perhaps I can go smaller
So I sculpted a rainbow monkey set sitting just over HALF AN INCH!!
CAN I STILL GO SMALLER??
This week I pushed myself to sculpt creatures that measure UNDER HALF AN INCH!! Each tiny detail is carefully sculpted using colored clay. No paint was used on these monkeys
1/3 inch baby blue monkey (1cm)
1/4 inch baby pink monkey, that's right ONE QUARTER INCH!!(blink and you'll miss it)
I now offer these tiny monkeys as Custom MADE TO ORDER in my
Artfire Shop and in my
Stay tuned for the Micro Teddy Bear Challenge coming next week. Have YOU ever seen a teddy bear smaller than your fingernail?