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crazy Japanese model makers craftsmanship...

you know there are many miniature models and dioramas in the museums of nature/history to explain something. I drew many blueprints of them too, and I was always amazed by fine detailed work of Japanese model craftsmen who made them into real 3D. below is the 1/10 miniature model of 1960's corporate apartment for "Tokyo Gas Museum".

click the picture to enlarge and look how crazy detailed they made... seriously, they are insane!

these are 1/10 miniature model for the Asaka City Historical Museum(Tokyo).

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