(1) Kỹ thuật dộn bông thú
chết dễ tạo thành
thú sống dộng đặt trước fong cãnh zã
Trong trường hợp nầy, người dộn bông các
con chuột chết dễ tái tạo
thành người tý hon ..dặt trước
một fong cãnh.
Some find them
creepy, some keep them as pets, some call them pets while a few make art
out of them! Any guesses who I might be referring to? Take a hint from the
nursery rhyme 'Three Blind Mice'. How many of you know about taxidermy?
Some of you maybe. But how many of you love it?
Not many huh!
until I change your mind, with these pictures below!
Heard of the movie called 'Dinner for Schmucks'? If
yes, you might as well be fascinated by the elaborate mouse dioramas and so
called "mousterpieces" made especially for the movie by the not
so famous Chiodo Brothers. One of the main characters, Barry is a crazy
taxidermist and he creates little scenes with all the mice he 'stuffs'.
Stuffs is not the correct word and I bet there's a more technical term they
use. But we will go with 'stuffs' for now.
are often made by hobbyists as a part of related hobbies such as military
figure modeling, miniature figuree modeling or aircraft modeling.
dioramas employ the ancient art of of Anthropomorphic taxidermy where
stuffed animals are dressed as people or displayed as if engaged in human
activities. A bizarre Victorian hobby that transforms dead mice into
miniature humans is now getting its revival in various art classes in the
may practice professionally for museums or as businesses catering to
hunters and fishermen. To practice mice taxidermy one must be very well
acquainted with anatomy,sculpture,painting and tanning. Stitching their
teeny tiny dresses and other accessories is absoultely relevant to this hobby
as it gives them human like appearance.
dioramas are a work of most delicately handled mice and creativity. Full of
life they seem like, don’t they? It will serve as an ideal hobby for
artistic people who’d like to extend their reach beyond the conventional
portrait making. It is although not suggested for the faint hearted.