Calling all miniature artists

When I viewed this video last night — I immediately thought about all of the talented miniature artists here in the community.

This YouTube video is the most amazing tutorial about creating a treehouse. She uses many different materials that I did not know existed.

If you love creating miniatures — this video is for you. The video is 50 minutes in length and not one minute is boring.

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Such artistry! I haven’t watched the whole video (yet), but I did enjoy the intro.

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Just wow. And her story is amazing…

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That’s going on my watchlist!

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Really great, thanks!
I’ve been playing with Worbla for years so, one of the first things i looked up when I got my GF was if they were compatible.
Here’s some of what I found:

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That’s lovely and complete!

Also their warning at the bottom about overburned corners no longer applies because a fix for that came out of the hopper and was instituted in 2019 :slight_smile:

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Good to know!

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Thank you so much for the link. This is one of the materials I am looking forward to using.

@cynd11 You need to watch the video and get a laugh when she electrocutes the grass.

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I actually have a home-made static electricity mini grass applicator. Someplace on the web I found instructions for making one out of a bug zapper, so I did. It works pretty well!

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That’s good… I have never felt like paying for one.

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That was totally amazing, but dang it you guys… quit giving me rabbit holes. I’m not getting anything done the way it is.

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Pro Tip

Purchase a small Vizio Smart TV. While your are working —you will be able to watch YouTube videos. No cable or satellite subscription needed. Just your home Wi-Fi

The Vizio TV has all the apps already stored in your television.

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That’s why I don’t get much accomplished already

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