Inhabitants of my room

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My workshop is gradually filling up with different crafts. If earlier these were my wooden figures, now plasticine heroes are actively added to them. For the plasticine figures, I set aside a separate shelf, but the space on it quickly ran out.

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The granddaughter's fingers work very quickly and she can do modeling all day. I encourage her interest. The granddaughter has a very good sense of shape and volume. Sitting in the kitchen, I playfully asked her to make a little gnome for me. After 5 minutes, she brought me a gnome, a centimeter in size ... then I asked for another gnome with a beard, the result was the same.

I will not show you these gnomes now, a special scene is being prepared for them for photo shoots and I will present the final result here later.

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And today I decided not to go outside (it is raining and cold there) and tested my OKS 1-150-1 lens in the natural light of the room. There was only one problem ... I needed to move at least two meters away from the subject. With a small room, it can be difficult to do, and even if it works ... not the whole object is captured entirely.

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And in the family of Hagi Wagi new members arrived. There was no more room for him on the shelf. I just posted it on the wall.



I'm not sure if this works, apparently there are too many contributors, but nevertheless ...

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you make that doll a lot @bambuka
nice to see those his eyes and glasses 😉😉

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Glad you liked it @sultan-aceh))
I made this owl from a sheet of brass and then its ink. I was interested in giving volume to a flat shape. All this was done with a hammer and scissors.🤗

The plasticine figures are cool.😃
You've got a good collection @bambuka.

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Glad to see you @aimarandi and thank you for your kind words!

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You are welcome.😊