Monday, April 11, 2011

Miniature Greenhouse

Here's something I made in high school mostly out of clay and stuff sitting around at my Grandmother's house. A miniature green house which may or may not be used for stop motion before I get rid of it.  I have too much stuff apparently and this is damaged anyway (though you wouldn't know it from some camera angles).  I'd need to figure out how to keep the camera still while close enough and take the glass cover off each time moving the subjects inside it...need an idea that makes all the effort worth it...not sure if the little frog should be reworked to be a better looking main character or what I might think up...if anything. 
A poor gardener who experiences a loss perhaps?...

Materials are real soldered glass done by me with help holding glass, quick bake clay, plasticine, 2 berry baskets, coat hanger, thick foil, twist ties, real dirt, fake dirt, clear glue, little creamer cups, graphite and wood.  No frogs were harmed in the making of this miniature greenhouse.