I Carve Tiny Birds Under A Microscope To Make The Outside World Disappear (20 Pics)

I have always created art in my childhood, however, my passion grew even more in my adolescene. I am a self-taught artist. I started sculpting 13 years ago and what interests me the most is the focus on tiny things because under my microsope the outside world disappears. I do not even see my fingers! Tools such as sewing or acupuncture needles become giant objects.

This work offers me the opportunity to surpass myself and I am always sure that when I start a new sculpture, I will not be disappointed. I often need to start it all over again 10 or even 20 times.

Painting on a bird's head that measures 4 times less than 1 mm is a challenge that often requires even more work than carving with the scalpel. Sometimes, I can get stuck with a single small detail for 1 or 2 weeks (an eye or a beak). Apart from the birds that I adore a lot, I also make tiny 1 mm houses placed on pinheads, funny friendly scenes, some graphite pencils with objects of 1 or 2 mm.

All these pictures have been taken with a special camera magnifier. The photographed pencil leads are 5 mm high and 2 mm wide.

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#1 Robins

#2 Mini Toucans

#3 Miniature Magpies & A Little Boy

#4 Miniature Kingfishers

#5 Miniature Swallow

#6 Miniature Owls

#7 Colibri

#8 Micro House

#9 Crested Hoazin

#10 Couple Of Ptiloris

#11 Miniature Turtledoves

#12 Polar Bears In The Frozen Department

#13 Swallow Under The Glass Dome

#14 Micro Merops

#15 Hut On The Sewing Pin

#16 Mini Kingfishers On The Wooden Base

#17 Eurasian Jay

#18 Huppe

#19 Guepier Flying

#20 Huppe Under The Dome