Thanks to Pinterest, I recently stumbled across the most incredibly detailed miniature Bag End from Tolkein’s Lord of the Rings trilogy. Maddie Chambers-Brindley made it for some college coursework on “the importance of play.” She drew upon her experience making Warhammer miniature scenery and models to create the Bag End model.
Check out the level of detail – the top of the “hill” comes off to reveal the interior, and inside there’s a fire in the fireplace, a miniature area rug, hand-tiled floors, portraits of Belladonna Took and Bungo Baggins, the Baggins family tree, and a wee vegetable garden outside.
In this post Maddie talks about her creative process.
Have you ever worked with miniatures? What fantastical world would you like to take on to recreate in mini-form?
Links of Interest:
- Miniature model of Bag End
- More Hobbits crafts on GeekCrafts
- More Lord of the Rings crafts on GeekCrafts