Every person likes to create things, it is an empowering and uplifting experience and while the act itself is the important thing, the final product of some people can be just as beautiful and fascinating. Zsuzsanna Lovas is one of those people and you can get a glimpse into his craftsmanship in this article.
Zsuzsanna has always been creative; he tried many things in his childhood and made pencil cases for her classmates in high school. Sokszínűvidék interviewed Zsuzsanna and found out that she is also writing novellas to accompany her creations or the other way around.
She first started creating these little dioramas when she decided to make realistic dollhouses for her daughter, saying that “she is never going to see a pink-purple house in real life” adding that “they are garish”.
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When her daughter had grown out of playing with dolls, Zsuzsanna decided to make miniature dioramas. The first of her masterpieces was finished four years ago using cardboard or waste wood.
Her dioramas usually take 4-5 days to complete and she uses materials like modelling clay and acrylic paints, but many times little pieces that would otherwise be junk are also incorporated into such creations.
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