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Sunday, 7 July 2013

Adding Details.

Hi everyone, the time has finally come where i can start to add the tiny details that will complete this piece. Firstly you may notice the chair, this is actually the only piece i have not made myself and was a star buy at a car boot sale for just 20p it did need a little work but it fits in with the scene so perfect i just had to use it, the walls have had a little grime and dirt strategically placed as any workshop like this would have had.


The shelf while acting as a great storage area is also a perfect place for displaying unfinished clocks, while the storage area under the lathe bench also contains five vintage watch mechanisms. I'm looking forward to adding all of the other items which will bring this piece to life.
Have a great weekend everyone.     Tony.

15 comments:

  1. c'est comme-ci il a été fait pour cette scène ce siège !

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  2. such a cute workroom. very detailed pieces. love that chair too. :)

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  3. The details are great but this chair is splendid.:):)The whole scene is looking just better and better!

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  4. The walls look just right with their well placed grime. :-) I adore all the details you have added to the scene. What a great find that chair was!

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  5. It is so hard to believe that your work is miniature! It looks life-size! Beautiful!

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  6. Amazing and very realistic.
    Greetings, Faby

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  7. That chair was a great find, you gave it the right look: used and realistic :D! This scene is becoming more and more beautiful, Tony!

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  8. I can't believe you found that chair for 20p. It is fabulous. Your room is really starting to come to life with the details you have added.

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  9. So lovely. The chair was a great find. IndyPoppy

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  10. As always - perfection. A relative of mine was a watchmaker and his office looked rather like this!

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  11. Hello Tony,
    It just keeps on getting better. The chair really looks fantastic and the scene is unbelievable. Excellent work!
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  12. Tony, I am so glad that masters like you blog so that we have the opportunity to have a glimpse into how you work and of course, marvel at the end result.

    I am blown away!

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  13. Wow, Tony! This project is SO Original and Unbelievably Beautifully accurate!!! The chair is Perfect as are the partly done clocks... I Love the little "soldier" leaning against the cabinet... and your lathe is Awesome! It is projects like these that take the Miniature Hobby to a whole new level! Great work, as usual!

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  14. Outstanding! The wood colour is so beautiful. And all the details...your work is unique.

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