Today’s post is a Robotime dollhouse kit “Ada’s Studio” which I received long time ago. All the details in the room were carefully made, from paint brushes to art painting.
You can watch the video for a more detailed instruction how I built this miniature art studio and the tiny art supplies.
For the sake of realism, I also painted on to the tiny canvass (even though I’m not really skilled in abstract painting).
The room is actually pretty small so you can only take photos of one nendoroid at a time. It’s going to be too cramped if I add another figure in the frame.
I also made a lot of changes from the original design of Robotime (RoLife). I modified it and made the studio look cozy and a bit more organized.
Recently, I am loving the minimalist and industrial style of rooms. TBH, I’m not so knowledgeable in interior design but all I did was just search for an inspiration on Pinterest and tried to apply the style that I find so simple and nice.
In shooting dollhouse rooms, I am a fan of natural lighting and shadows from the sun. I found that tiny glass vase in a local craft store. It’s just perfect for this room.
HERE COMES KIRBY!
Since my fiance bought me a Nendoroid Kirby several months ago, I finally unboxed Kirby and the litte one becomes a painter in this photo shoot.
Kirby knows how to paint!
That’s all for today guys! Hopefully I can post all the backlogs this November, I still have so many in my list!
See you guys on my next post! (/•ิ_•ิ)/