One creative and very talented guy under the nickname “dno” makes amazing miniature things and keeps no secrets of how he does it!
This jam jar is 11 millimeters tall and has a diameter of 8 millimeters!
They look like real, aren’t it? But in fact these are just regular painted capacitors.
They can be found in TV antennae with signal multipliers.
This is the inner part of a TV antenna signal multiplier.
Try not to damage capacitors picking them out.
Peel them off.
Stick little wires into them (paper clips for example).
Then prime the aluminium.
And paint them in red and black (acrylic colours).
Mix the two paints to get the colour you need.
Mix the paints again, this time adding more red. Then cut off the point of a toothpick and apply the colour with it, painting ‘berries’.
For smaller ‘berries’, use an uncut toothpick.
Let the paint dry out and then cover it with a transparent nail polish.
To remove bumps and roughnesses, cover your jars with the transparent nail polish again.
This is how it looks after the third varnish coat.
The sticky tape makes it easier to hold the jars.
Make lids out of paper.
And ‘screw’ them with a thread.
This ax has a width of 3 millimeters and a length of 56 millimeters (a scale of 1 to 12). Check how it’s made!
A working monkey wrench. Its length is 26.5 millimeters; on a scale of 1 to 12.