Cast in durable polymer and hand-painted, this moose antler pair was sculpted by artist Ralph Trethewey. It is 5&1/2” wide x 3&3/4” tall and 1 &3/8’ deep. I have several of these at this time with very slight variations in color. On the back is a void to hang it securely on a nail or tack.
This sculpture is unique because the antlers were carved out of a cocoanut shell. Now what??
Run that by me again.
Yes, one day in the grocery store I saw a cocoanut with it’s coarse brown hair, and insight flashed. I could see moose antlers carved from its contours. The antlers needed a half walnut shell cracked by local crows for the skull plate and a carved wooden plaque. A mold was made of the entire composition and here is a hand-painted casting of this whimsical concept.
These three 3D Printed bicycles by Original Train & Rail are in HO scale 1/87 come in a very handy frame to make sure the tiny models are delivered safely and the bases make it easier for you to hand paint the models.Not quite as small as David Sun’s Micro Car, These military bikes are very common everywhere in Switzerland. Civilian use of these bicycles is very popular because they are very tough (perhaps the miniatures are not quite as tough, but still very cool).