Miniature book

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  1. the4ce

    the4ce Member

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    This book I made has 2,7cm and I made it in 2-3 hours. You can open it too!

    Knowledge is power!

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  2. clif52

    clif52 Banned

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    Very nice. It would be great in a diorama.
  3. Oliver Bizer

    Oliver Bizer Member

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    :eek: Great job :eek:
    Very small:thumb:

    Regards
    Olli
  4. the4ce

    the4ce Member

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    Thank you everyone. :)
  5. cdavenport

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    What is its intended purpose? Or, did you just do it for the sheer fun of doing it?
  6. the4ce

    the4ce Member

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    Sheer fun of doing it.
  7. clif52

    clif52 Banned

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    How about a little instruction on how it was made. I'd like to make two or three for an action figure base I'm working on for Dr. Strange. Mistic volumes of spells to lay on a table.
  8. the4ce

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    It's not a big deal it's just like a normal book.

    I folded a sheet of paper and cut the sheets for the book then I folded all the sheets from the book in two and then I stack them all. I cut a piece of paper and glue it on the fold line of the sheets, next I cut a thicker piece of paper to make the cover. I folded the cover and glue it on the first and last page.

    That's all! Study a normal book and you should know how to make one.
  9. clif52

    clif52 Banned

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    Thanks for the info. I may have to try one of these for my Dr. Strange display.
  10. the4ce

    the4ce Member

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    You're welcome. I will like to see that.
  11. Janx

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    Looks very effective, impressive :)
  12. the4ce

    the4ce Member

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    Thank you.
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    jangoclone New Member

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    That´s a really grate Idea, than you very much.
  14. edwincito

    edwincito New Member

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    Congratulations, great work thanks for sharing it.
  15. cgutzmer

    cgutzmer Active Member

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    Thats VERY good :) If I might make one suggestion - CONTENT! heh heh - you could print itty bitty pictures on the pages or even teeny weeny scribbles to look like writing. Personally if its in a diorama I like pics that would go with the theme! :D
    Chris
  16. the good green

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    That's awesome. Are you going to write anything in it? :D
  17. the4ce

    the4ce Member

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    Thank you. I don't think so...to many pages :D
  18. Really nice. I worked in book binding and have a special love for making books. This looks very good. And the time spent shows you paid special attention to its elaboration.
    :thumb: