Friday, 23 January 2015

Time to sit back and relax


This is the last thing I have made for the shed - a folding patio chair. I think it was a nice object to finish on. An object that symbolises relaxation after many months of work.
The shed is now complete and I am itching to try something new so I will leave you with a selection of photographs of the finished project.














Last but not least, the wonderful Goose made by Catherine and the thoughtful gift sent to me by Jennifer (a sawhorse and an axe embedded in a stump *pictured*)


Thank you both for your kindness.

Have a wonderful weekend, wherever you are

Pepper =0)

53 comments:

  1. Hello Pepper,
    These pictures are just amazing. Every single detail is so accurate and realistic. Wow! I am always so impressed by your work. Bravo!
    Big hug,
    Giac

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  2. Ahhhhhmazing! You never, ever fail to just blow me away! Bravo!

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  3. Just genius -- I felt like I could get right down to work in there.

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  4. Gorgeous! I'd like to make a mini version of my dad to go in there and build something! :-) The last photo is so much fun! Everything looks so realistic. Don't get too curious about that ax, Mr. Goose! :-D xo Jennifer

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  5. Excellent and impressive work: the shed looks really gorgeous and neat :D!
    Hahaha, Jennifer, the ax in combination with the goose.....we thought the same seeing the last photo ;)!
    Have a nice weekend, Pepper :).

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  6. Absolutely brilliant! Very inspiring

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  7. Me ha encantado todo, maravillosos y perfecto.
    Absolutamente real.
    Un abrazo
    Maite

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  8. I've been watching you create this and it's so totally amazing, So much to catch your eye whilst all the while thinking this is a miniature tool workshop, it's not real but it looks amazingly real! It's outstanding and a sublime piece of work through and through! I love it!

    I'm guessing you have some of Danny Shotton's tools? I'm after some cobblers tools, I have trouble attending fairs so his work is hard to source.

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  9. This is such a huge success. All the beautiful tools have found their proper places. You made such realistic additions to fill the space. Sooooo creative!!! The folding chair is just another example of your talents. It's wonderful!
    That stump looks so real. Did you make that too? This is just how I imagined the goose. haha That axe looks pretty dangerous.

    Standing ovation! :-))

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  10. You didn't miss a single detail. I must have spent half an hour looking at all the amazing tools and what not. You simply did an amazing job!

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  11. Has hecho un trabajo fantástico. En este taller hay de todo y es todo perfecto. Muy realista.

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  12. Simply perfect! these all tools, accessories...great job!
    Magda

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  13. Hi, it must be wonderful to finish! What an organized space. .. Pls tell me is your workroom the same?
    Terrific collection of tools and accessories. Hope Mr. goose is not going to loose his head over the block.
    Regards Janine

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  14. Just stunning work. All your creations have made a amazingly detailed and realistic creation. It must feel good to have a completed project, but then it leaves a bit space doesn't it??

    I wonder what is on the drawing table for you next lady?

    Hugs~J

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  15. Wow!!! I keep forgetting that this is in 1:12 scale!!! Just Astonishingly amazing detail!! I could walk right in there and get to work! LOL! I only wish I had such a well set up work shed in my RL World! WOW!
    I can't wait to see what your next project will be!

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  16. Each detail is amazing but the sum of the parts is above expectation, a work of dedication to your art that deserves museum status. I feel a bit sorry for Mr. Goose ;) he must get a shiver down his spine every time he sees that axe.

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  17. Whoa! I cant believe you made the chair too! The shop has everything it needs. Too bad your dolls are going to come in and make a mess when you leave while they are working. LOL

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  18. I hate to tell you this, but it's far too clean and tidy for a shed (or perhaps sheds are different on the other side of the world?) ;-P

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  19. Pepper once again amazing!! The shed and all its mini contents are awesomesauce!!!

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  20. WOW! I'm almost speechless after seeing those pics, it is an amazing work of art. However I agree that it is a bit too clean, you could sprinkle some sawdust or compost on the floor maybe. xx

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  21. Oh my goodness - I even made my husband late for work this morning looking at the photos :) I love the shed and all its contents and I love the chair too. Once again stunning work :)

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  22. Hi Pepper It is totally faboulous!

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  23. What an amazing work! I always adore you!!!
    Neomi

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  24. Incredibly realistic, as always. Is there anything you *can't* do in miniature?

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  25. Your shed is stunning, so realistic. Your chair is perfect and the rest ot of course.
    Geneviève

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  26. Great work. It looks so realistic that if you didn't know it was in miniature, you couldn't tell - Great photos.

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  27. wow only wow
    and best wishes for your and our 2015

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  28. Man this Finish it by Friday is really working for you! Such detail!

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  29. STUNNING. Seriously, you should submit this to some modern design sites like Apartment therapy, Design Milk, Remodelista, etc. Amazing, thoughtful, talented work!!!

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  30. So much greatness. My wee self can happily putter here for hours and hours.

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  31. Wow! I love the chair, so realistic, but all in this wonderful scene is!! =)
    Hannah

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  32. Congratulations! It must feel so so good to be finished! And thank you so much for sharing all your hard work and providing us with some amazing eye candy ;) It looks nothing short of amazing! I love how you filled it to the brim, you thought of everything. All the tiniest of details are just so well done, every time I scroll through the pics I see a new tool or item. I can't wait to see what project you start on next :D

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  33. This is such an IMPRESSIVE project on so many levels. Not only the way that you have collected and placed the variety of teeny tiny bits and pieces that are associated with a tool shed, but also with the precise and unusual way that they were manufactured. Incredible Ingenuity! And you have incorporated all of what one would have expected to see within a shed, such as gardening tools, cable, but the lawn chair addition was such a clever touch. To have saws as well as the extra saw blades; nail containers AND the boxes of nails and the nuts and bolts etc. etc.
    Fascinating from the inside out, Pepper. :D
    I only wish my Real Life tool shed looked as good!

    elizabeth

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  34. *applauds*!!!! I wish I could step into it and explore every single object. Thing is, it looks like I really could step into it, so realistic! Loveloveloveeeee

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  35. Thank you all for such generous and kind comments.
    Janine - my work space is like a hobby shop puked all over every surface. It's good to do miniatures of how you would like your real space to be ;0) but no, I'm no where near as tidy in real life =0P
    Shopping Sherpa/Elbey - Hahaha. This is the shed after the owner has just had a spring clean =0D
    Anna - there is a ton of things I can't do but I never stop trying =0))
    Thank you XXX

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  36. ¡Que maravilla de escena! Es perfecta en todos sus detalles! Felicidades! Un abrazo

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  37. It's beautiful :) It's hard to tell it's miniature, simply because the it's so realistic! Good job, Pepper :D

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  38. Wow, it's so beautiful! You know, you could make a book with all those pictures and tutorials on how you did it... I seriously think that would be amazing!!! :0)

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  39. Maravilloso trabajo. Un saludo, Eva

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  40. Wow! It's so real !!! Every little thing looks real. Chair gorgeous! O! Last Photo drives me crazy! I am very afraid for the life of a goose! :) :) :)
    Tatiana

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  41. It is just amazing, such incredible detail and every item is spot on, nothing jars on the eye. For the first time ever (and I follow a lot of blogs) is it OK if I pass your blog link around to all and sundry via my blogs and email? I am in awe of such talent and perseverance. Marilyn

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    1. Thank you and no problem at all Em. I'm happy for anyone to use photos, tutorials or anything else from my blog on other places. This is a 'for everyone' blog =0)

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  42. Thank you all for your wonderfully kind comments. I appreciate every one of them =0)

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  43. Wow! I've only just seen this and the detail has blown me away. It's like a much tidier version of my own garage/workshop. Love the can of WD40 and the tools are amazing.

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  44. what a wonderful result Pepper! That's a shed I would happily dive into to do some DIY :D it's so complete and wonderful, you've done a fantastic job!!

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