The Complete Book of Making Miniatures
Instruction for the beginner as well as the advanced craftsman; design settings; basic boxes; lighting; uses of such new materials as acrylic, foam, plastic, as well as fabrics, glass, ceramics, and metal. 700 photographs, including 23 in full color.
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PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
KINDS OF SETTINGS
HOW TO MAKE MINIATURE FURNITURE
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acrylic paint areas attached Avenue basswood brass bulbs cabinet cabriole legs California carpet carved casting ceramic chair Chippendale clamps clay coated Collection of Jeanne color completed Courtesy create curtains Doll dollhouse draperies Dremel drill edges Elizabeth Scull Elmer's Glue epoxy Eugene Kupjack fabric fireplace fixtures floor foam frame Frederick Hicks glass GLASSBLOWING glaze glued Harry Smith heat holes House Illinois improvisation inch Jeanne Knoop Jersey lamp lighting line cord Lost wax casting mahogany Massachusetts materials metal MINIATURE FURNITURE miniature room miniature settings mold mortise and tenon paneled paper pattern petit point petit point rug piece plaster plastic Polyester resin Queen Mary's Dolls RTV silicone rubber Runyon sanded scale shape shellac solder splice stained Studio style SUPPLY SOURCES surface Susan Richardson tape texture tiny transformer two-part veneer Victorian Virginia Merrill wall wallpaper wheel white glue window wire wood