Amazing little moments sculpted by Thomas Doyle at 1:43 scale and smaller. Brooklyn. Incredible stuff.
Holy shit!!! These are amazing on the fact of the craftmanship alone but then there’s a dark twist to them that really makes them stand out. so rad
WOW, not only is the craftsmanship incredible, but the subject matter, the sculpted people and really the photography! Some of these shots show an intimate brilliance to the art!
Yeah I love the dark side of these pieces too! Excellent work!
Realy good work… have a dark side but all the work is brilliant…
These are insane!!! Its like an entire storybook compacted into a single piece!
amazing!! they look like something out of a Lewis Carroll story… i’d love to have something like these in my house!
Omg this is my favorite post ever!(I will probably say the same thing tomorrow
Immensely beautiful and moving. I am speechless.
I see a lot of things I really like on this site but these are truly fantastic, just amazing. I wish I could have one of my own.
These are absolutely amazing.
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I can’t get over the detail. amazing stuff. i can almost imagine some creepy music-box music playing in the background.
uau!!!!!!!!! that´s amazing! really nice work!
Where can i check more of your work? Do you have Facebook?
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it´s like the horror creepy side of this..
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Never seen anything like it before. Awesome attention to detail. I need to try something like this. I’ve always wanted to do a scene or two. I just don’t know where to get the stuff, I’m sure a craft store somewhere will offer the materials needed.
I want one!
This might be the best thing you’ve ever posted here. I’m overwhelmed.
yea based on the comments im beginning to think this really is the best thing i’ve posted
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These are amazing! Such a classic yet creepy look. And the details…wow!
Love these pieces.
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Oh wow, awesome. So different and clever!
i really dont know what else to say besides that they’re absolutely brilliant.
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I think I see Sara Sidle under the corner of that house.
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BRAVO! BRAVO! BRAVO MIL VECES!
These are beautiful pieces, and the macro photography really brings them to life too. Very impressive stuff!
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None of us are safe. Fantastic.
Just saw these on FFFFFound. Awesome work, especially the first one – seems to have a lot of dramatic scale for something so small.
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Just followed a link over from sfgirlbybay. This is one of the most amazing things Victoria has ever posted on her blog. Thanks for sharing.
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