Miniature Tree Houses For Plants Is Perfect Home For Fairies
Stop-motion artist Jedediah Corwyn Voltz has been mastering his skills after work by making these miniature tree houses around his houseplants. So far he’s made 25 and has no plan to stop!
“Building miniatures for stop motion always leaves me with a huge bin of scrap balsa, basswood, various fabrics, etc. and I found myself making little fantasy constructions out of that stuff during my downtime,” Voltz told our friends at Bored Panda.”
“Those little scrap forts led to me building some more serious ones in little diorama settings, and last year I built my first living tree house. Since then, I’ve made almost 25 of them, from tiny watchtowers in secluded forests, to quiet treetop meditation platforms, to giant bustling windmills and waterwheels.“
Want one for yourself? Voltz does not sell them online, but the rumor goes that he takes custom orders so get in touch!
“I started build elaborate forts for my GI Joe toys when I was nine or ten”
“I’d dig into hillsides, move rocks to make fortifications”
“When winter came around, I turned to my mothers large selection of indoor house plants”
“It was pretty common to have 4-5 of these secret bases going simultaneously”
“Later in life, I began working my way into the stop motion and toy commercial industry”
“I found myself with big bins of tiny pieces of scrap materials that were left over after jobs”
“During my down time, I’d start haphazardly glueing some of these together to make crude forts and towers”
“Nowadays its tough to find a plant in my house or yard that doesn’t have some sort of architectural adornment”