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Storm in a teacup II by hogret Storm in a teacup II by hogret
Diorama in a vintage porcelain teacup.

The waves are crumpled up organza teabags, stiffened initially with white glue, then immersed in layers of blue- and green-tinted resin, splashed with white acrylic paint.

My Resin Tutorial: [link]

Miniature figures (HO gauge) from OnTracks [link]

Resin supplies: [link]

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Given 2012-08-28
Storm in a teacup II by *hogret is a diorama full of life and personality. It also proposes an ingenious solution to making waves and water, the clever use of the materials makes this a worthy piece. ( Suggested by paper-saints and Featured by Talty )
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This is so beautiful and original, I just absolutely love it!!
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:iconhogret:
Thanks - I so loved making it!
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:iconpoulaine:
This is amazing! So creative :) I love it!
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:iconaudreysmith:
Congrats my dear, well deserved!
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terthii Aug 30, 2012  Student General Artist
That's freakin' awesome!
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ZarieoZ Aug 29, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Brilliant... Just amazing. I'm Speechless :faint: ...
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Tygahman Aug 28, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Very creative:)
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:iconhogret:
Thanks so much!
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:icontygahman:
Tygahman Aug 30, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Welcome:)
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Dark-Charmeleon Aug 28, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
T-teabags. Whaaa.
That's amazing! The end result is brilliant!
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