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Willard Wigan, the man behind the smallest sculpture in the world

This is the best day for me to write again about art. Now I want to talk about sculpture. I thought we all familiar with kind of this artwork. Sculpture is part of art where we can see this in every direction. It mean we can see this from behind, both sides of left and right, in the front and from above. Because it has 3-dimensional shape. Sculpture is always beautiful and it has many themes, like:

  • Symbolism: it has a meaning representation.
  • Constructivism: depiction of sculpture in all geometric forms.
  • Robot Art: a sculpture which visualized in rigid and static form
  • Abstract: idealism of a sculptor to make a different shape based the idea in their mind.
  • Realism: how to make a sculpture like a real thing.
  • Another sculpture style, such as: Cubism, Futurism, minimalist, contemporary, installation and Pop art.

The structure of sculpture as the most important part of sculptor:

There is no great art, regardless of the rule, I mean the composition or a layout. The elements of existing works birth to the value of beauty. In an abstract sculpture arrangements focused on the principal elements. Basic elements arranged in an abstract sculpture including: line, color, shape, space, texture and light dark. This must be exists in every sculpture. The composition (layout) or structuring element of sculpture, must pay attention to the things, like: balance, characteristic, shape or dimention, motion or rythme, proportion, harmony and unity. We can see many famous sculptors in the Greek classic era, like: Phidias, Myron, Polikleitos, Praxiteles, Lysipos. There are many famous sculptors in modern era, like: Auguste Rodin, Paul Manship, Carl Milles, Henry Moore, Alberto Giacometti. Nowadays, contemporary art began to develop rapidly, the statue could be a kind of "performance art". Marcel Duchamp, Alexander Calder, George Rickey and Andy Warhol are some of the contemporary sculptor.

The smallest sculpture in the world

There’s something weird which attract me much related with sculpture. I thought we have seen many types of sculpture in various shape. And I believe most of these sculptures in the common size, even the big size. But have you ever seen the smallest sculpture in the world? Many people call this micro sculpture. Actually this is new term for me. I never knew about this until I find all informations about micro sculpture around the internet. Even with an unreasonable comparison. That’s made this artwork so special and different with other sculpture in the world. This sculpture also gave me an idea to write more deep about who is the man behind this creation. Welcome to world of unusual artwork. I hope we can appreciate this sculpture like another art. I believe he is very talented person and he has a big patience to make such of this art. Are you curious with him? Please continue to read…………..

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Biography of Willard Wigan

Willard Wigan was born in Birmingham, England in 1957. He produces the smallest sculpture in the world in Jersey. This is a blessing for someone who has experience with dyslexia in the past. But he now came up with the real micro sculptures which create a beauty in microscopic size. He always works especially at night when there is total quiet. Why did he choose at night? because of the noise would be disturbing his concentration on creating sculpture. Commonly a human can only work at 100 of resolution inch. Willard statue requires precision to 1/1000th inch scale. One work can be as small as 0.005 mm (0.0002 in) – Wikipedia source. Wow…this is amazing for me. He is really great. For common people, it’s difficult to achieve such this precision. I believe Willard Wigan is the only man in the world who can make such of this beautiful art work. Even we need a microscope to see this sculpture in detail.

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Willard has trained himself for many years to enter the meditation environment in which the heart rate and breathing rate become slowly. Then he synchronizes his movements with his surgical blades or hand-made tools. Only talented person who has big patience can make this artwork. Every breath has a lot of meaning. I heard that he may work for up to 22 hours without stopping to eat or sleep and occasionally without blinking for up to two hours. I found something out of our imagination, like: Wigan uses grains of sand, dust fibres, gold and spider's cobweb. He also uses a hair from a dead housefly to paint his creations. I heard that one of Willard creations worth US$40,000, some of them worth even more than a hundreds thousand dollars. He has sold his works to David Lloyd, the former tennis player, Sir Elton John, Mike Tyson, Siegfried and Roy, etc. I hope we can enjoy all the pictures and videos.

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    Chris Gilmour is one of the men in the world who created something which has sense of art from the cardboard. He made many beautiful things from cardboard, such as: typewriter, bicycle, wheelchair, guitar, violin, Fiat 500 until Aston Martin DB8.You can check his creation from this hub and enjoy this. 
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Comments

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on July 11, 2013:

Thanks, GetitScene. I really appreciate your comment. I have the same feeling with you until now. Take care!

Dale Anderson from The High Seas on July 06, 2013:

Another stunning article about miniature sculptures! Incredible.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on February 18, 2013:

Thanks, ktrapp for coming. I agree with your opinion about him. He is one of the master among other miniature artist. I am glad you enjoy this hub and your attention to his work. Take care!

Prasetio

Kristin Trapp from Illinois on February 17, 2013:

This is amazing. I cannot imagine how he manages to not blink for so long. Have you ever tried to not blink? It's almost impossible to do for too long. Thanks for introducing me to this art. I guess it has to be "displayed" with a microscope nearby. Voted up and interesting.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 09, 2011:

Thank you very much, ALiciaC. I am glad to see you again here and how you appreciate Willard sculpture. I hope we can learn about his dedication to make this beautiful and we can applied this in our life about patience. Love and peace!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 09, 2011:

Good evening, Crewman6. I am glad you liked this hub. Please enjoy this hub. Have a great day!

Prasetio:)

Linda Crampton from British Columbia, Canada on January 08, 2011:

Thank you very much for the information, prasetio. I read something about this micro-sculptor some time ago and loved reading your hub to learn more about him and his work. What patience and dedication Willard Wigan must have! His work is amazing.

Crewman6 on January 08, 2011:

You write and look at things with a fresh perspective, and I enjoy reading your hubs.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 07, 2011:

Good morning, DeBorrah. You always support my hub every time you come to my hub. I give many thanks to you. I am glad to know how you appreciate Willard as the greatest nano sculptor. I'll do the best and I hope I always create a beautiful hub. Have a great day. God Bless You.

Prasetio:)

Elder DeBorrah K Ogans on January 06, 2011:

Prasetio, Fascinating hub! You have again presented a uniquely talented artist with an amazing ability! Willard Wigan is quite unique! What discipline and patience this takes...

You also have a gift for finding and presenting interesting topics...

Thank you for sharing, Wonderful job! Rated up! In HIS Love, Grace, Peace & Blessings!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 05, 2011:

Welcome to this hub, TheListLady. Only person with high talented and has a big patience can make such of these sculpture. Thanks for rate up this information. Have a great day! Love and peace!

TheListLady from New York City on January 04, 2011:

This art is so amazing - it is just so hard to grasp that any human being can do this. Willard Wigan's is amazing. I am glad he developed his craft and let nothing stop him. Bravo!

Thanks so much for sharing this. Rated up!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 04, 2011:

Thanks, agusfanani for coming again to my hub. I hope you always love my works. So far, you are one of my loyal reader. I agree with you, he has big patient to create such of this artworks. Cheers......

agusfanani from Indonesia on January 03, 2011:

Great creations. Only patient people can do that.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 03, 2011:

Good morning, Tom Cornett. Thanks for coming to this hub I hope you enjoy with this information. Cheers.... ~prasetio

Tom Cornett from Ohio on January 03, 2011:

Another amazing hub....I always love coming to your hubs. Thank you. :)

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 03, 2011:

Thanks, Jen's Solitude for dropping by and share your interest with Mr.Willard artworks. I am glad to know this. My friend, I hope you entertained with this information. Take care!

Jen's Solitude from Delaware on January 03, 2011:

I see we share the same interest in Mr. Wigan. :-) I love your pictures, mine centered more on Shaq the basketball player. Great job as usual!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Thanks, Audrey for coming to this hub. I am glad to meet you again in the new year. I hope we get new spirit in doing the best. I hope you enjoy this information. Cheers....

Audrey Kirchner from Washington on January 01, 2011:

Amazingly talented man, Prasetio - I'd never heard of or seen these before either. Thanks so much for sharing his beautiful works with us! Happy New Year as well!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Good evening, Katie. The first I want to say,"Happy New Year 2011". Thank you very much for share your opinion about this topic. I am glad to know this from you that you always inspired by my hubs. I hope in 2011 I can give the best for us by share useful information. That's why I am so happy to share about talented person, with the big hope we can give some motivation and new spirit in doing the best in our life. I believe we can. Have a nice day.

Blessing and hugs,

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Good to see you here, Cillam. I am glad to know how you appreciate Willard creation. He is so talented and I agree wit you about his concentration. We may follow his step. Thank you very much. ~prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Thanks, TattoGuy for coming to this hub. Happy New Year 2011, I hope this year is the best year for us. I hope we always healthy and success in life......amen.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Tatjana-Mihaela, nice to see you again. I am glad to see that you liked his creation and how you appreciate Willard as the greatest sculptor. I also hope the best for you in the New Year 2011. Love and peace,

Prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Good evening, Peggy. Thanks for give your little time to visit this hub and give your vote up. I agree with you about Willard creation. He has high concentration and this give his a positive mind. We can see in all his sculpture. Have a nice day! ~prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on January 01, 2011:

Welcome to this hub. I hope you always enjoy my hub and you entertained with this information. Happy New Year too....

Katie McMurray from Ohio on December 31, 2010:

WOW what patience and concentration such magical art must require. This is magical and amazing. Pras, you always find such talented people with such magical gifts and abilities. I'm greatful that you provide us with such enriching stimulating and encouraging treasures. You always make me feel like I can do a little more, stretch a bit further and grow a little more. That is wonderful to feel such inspiritation! Love and Peace :) Katie

cillam on December 31, 2010:

The news in my area (UK) did a special feature on him and I was blown away at the fact that he is smaking things so small. Now that is what I call concentration.

TattoGuy on December 31, 2010:

Happy New Year my friend !

Tatjana-Mihaela from Zadar, CROATIA on December 30, 2010:

Wow, this is trully extraordinary (art)work of great patience, so glad that I have found your Hub! Thank you so much..

All the best for New Year 2011, love, peace and blessings.

Peggy Woods from Houston, Texas on December 30, 2010:

Just think how steady his hands must be as well as his concentration when creating these marvels, not to mention his eyesight. Absolutely amazing! Thanks Prasetio. You always bring us the most interesting hubs! Voted up and awesome!

stars439 from Louisiana, The Magnolia and Pelican State. on December 30, 2010:

Your hubs are always wonderful. Thank you for sharing the beauty. God Bless You, and Happy New Year.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Good morning, Sa'ge. You cam with your sweetest comment. I love your opinion about Willard. I agree with all you say here. He is very talented and he is smart to use his ability. I believe only the person who has good intuition and good intelligence can make these beautiful creations.

There are many possibilities outside. Not only writing, but we can find many aspects to make us success. Willard is good example for us. I hope we can inspired by his passion. Thank you very much. Happy New Year!

Blessing and hugs, Prasetio

Sa`ge from Barefoot Island on December 30, 2010:

Just goes to show that intelligence and the ability to succeed has nothing to do with reading or writing. This man is amazingly gifted, talented, creative, highly intelligent, confident, self assured, amazingly successful and he can not read or write (as he says, himself). I see people daily who read and write well, yet they (even with all their money) can not match the intelligence or know how concerning life's journey of humanity that this gentleman has. He sure showed them teachers a thing or two. ha ha.......... bet those teachers are the ones who feel might small right about now! ha......

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Thanks, acaetnna for dropping by and share your opinion about Willard creation. He is very patience to make this creature in detail. Have a nice day. Happy New Year!

Blessing and hugs,

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Welcome to this hub, daravuthz. I hope you enjoy this information. Thanks for vote up this hub. Happy New Year too. Love and peace!

acaetnna from Guildford on December 30, 2010:

This is totally incredible - how can anyone sculptor this small - gosh what eye sight!!

daravuthz from Cambodia on December 30, 2010:

Hi Prasetio30, I like your hub. Thanks for sharing with us. Happy New Year, rated up and useful.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Thanks, Hello, Hello for dropping by. I am glad to see you again and again. You always be my loyal reader all the time. Thanks for always support my hub. Your coming give me a new spirit to do the best. I'll remember this every time I post my hub. Happy New Year. Cheers.......

Love and peace, Prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Welcome to this hub, MartieCOetser. I hope you enjoy to read this information. Willard is kind of the gift in this world. We can follow his passion to make something beautiful. I believe we can do the best like he did before. Thank you very much for your compliment to this hub. I really appreciate your coming. Have a nice day and Happy New Year!

Blessing and hugs,

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Good evening, my uncle (Micky Dee). Nice to see you here. Thanks for your compliment about this hub. I just brought a refreshment, if you have read about something biggest from me. This time I show to you the smallest one. This is so amazing creation. I hope you always enjoy my hub, uncle. I'll do the best, especially in 2011. Happy New Year too. Love and peace.

Your nephew, Prasetio

Hello, hello, from London, UK on December 30, 2010:

Wow, what a genius. Thank you for ingtroducing Williard Wigan to us. You are marvel for finding all these more than way out topics. You are doing such a great job and am glad it gets appreciated by the hubbers. HAPPY NEW YEAR

Martie Coetser from South Africa on December 30, 2010:

Wow, what a great artist! Willard Wigan. Sculpture is an art I wish I was able to practice. Thanks prasetio. Once again you’ve surprised me with an extraordinary hub. You are brilliant!

Micky Dee on December 30, 2010:

You are amazing! You've brought us the best and biggest. You should bring us the smallest! Dear Prasetio, you are amazing! You are a beacon in this world. God bless you dear nephew! I know you will take care as the New Year arrives. You are so smart. God bless you nephew!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 30, 2010:

Good evening, izettl. Thanks for share your thought and you made my day so beautiful with your coming. I am glad to know that you have seen this before. Thanks for your compliment to this hub. I hope you enjoy to read the biography of Willard Wigan. He is very talented person with amazing sculpture. I am so happy on how you appreciate his creation. Have a nice day. Happy New Year.

Prasetio:)

Lizett from The Great Northwest on December 30, 2010:

I am impressed by your knowledge and love of art. THis hub portrayed that perfectly. I had seen a brief clip on the news about this sculptor and found it interesting, but you have filled in the story and makes me even more humbled by what this artist can do. What seems impossible, is not. Great topic and great hub.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Thanks, hubpageswriter for coming to this hub and share your thought about this topic. I am glad to know this from you and how you appreciate him as a talented person. Take care. Have a nice day!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Good to see you again, anglwu. I hope you can enjoy all the beauty of Willard creation. This is amazing talent and it also needed big patience. Happy New Year. ~prasetio

hubpageswriter on December 29, 2010:

Such an amazing person. Willard Wigan is surely a talented person and has eyes for details, literally. Superb hub from you, prasetio.=)

anglnwu on December 29, 2010:

Another amazing hub. These microscopic sculptures are beautiful. Willard Wigan certainly deserves recognition. Thanks for sharing.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Thanks, Nell Rose for leave beautiful comment and vote this up. You are right about this man. He is talented person and I believe he is the only man can do that. I hope I can always share another useful information. Happy New Year, Nell.

Love and peace!

Nell Rose from England on December 29, 2010:

Hi, This was amazing! Wow! what an awesome man! and thank you for a great hub, you did it again! fantastic! voted up, and have a great new year! cheers nell

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Thanks, Juana Ortiz for dropping by. I really appreciate you coming. Have a good day!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Welcome to this hub, Ruby. Thanks for always appreciate my hub. I hope you enjoy this information and as a writer I try to always do the best. Nice to see you again. Cheers...

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Good morning, Polly. I am glad to see you here. I hope you always and always entertained with my hub. Of course, I hope we get benefit like a new spirit after read this hub about the passion of a man to make something beautiful but very unusual creation. Have a great day! ~prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

BkCreative, thanks for coming to this hub. I am glad to know about him since you were in S.Korea. This is a long journey. I thought Willard has a lot of experience by visit different country to promote his creation which absolutely amazing. Actually, nano-sculpture or micro-sculpture is a new term for me, but this is make me curious and I want to learn much about this sculpture. Again..... thank you very much for leave a beautiful comment and you always rate this hub. I hope you always healthy.....amen. My pray for you. Happy New Year.

Blessing and hugs,

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Good to see you again, evilia_lim. I am so happy you want to visit this hub. I agree with you that Willard Wigan is amazing man. Thank you very much. Have a nice holiday too. Love and peace.

Prasetio:)

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Welcome to this hub, eldhie. Thanks for dropping by and leave a comment. Good to see you here. I hope we can follow his step to make something beautiful from our talent. Have a nice day!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Thanks, tnderhrt23 for coming to this hub. I hope you entertained with all information about Willard Wigan and we get a new motivation from his talent. Take care, ~prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Thanks, Springboard. Welcome to this hub, A land of imagination. You are right about patience will make unusual things, like this one. Like carving on the rice, is good example. How do we make this? the key is patience, right. I hope you enjoy this hub. Cheers......

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Good morning, Darski. I am glad you want to visit this hub and share your opinion about this topic. This is very unusual hobbies. No one can follow his step, but maybe some of us want to make this sculpture. Just prepare a microscope, right. Thanks for always rate up my hub. God repay your kindness. Happy New year too.

Blessing and hugs,

Juana Ortiz on December 29, 2010:

Great hub! Very interesting

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on December 29, 2010:

This is absolutely amazing Prasetio.Thank you for finding the most unique items.Best wishes.

Cheers

Pollyannalana from US on December 29, 2010:

Excellent hub as always and always something you give us to look forward to. Brilliant mind, my friend.

Polly

BkCreative from Brooklyn, New York City on December 29, 2010:

I first heard of Willard Wigan about 7 years ago when I was living in S. Korea. He was showcased in many books there - took awhile for him to be known here in the U.S. - I've read that he has had many exhibits in his homeland of England. I am still blown away by the passion of this man - but then that's what it takes to do what he does.

Nano-sculpture - a very apt name. Wow!

I'm just amazed at the talent out there. Wow!

Thanks for this tribute - it's inspiring. Rated up of course!

evilia_lim from Jakarta, Indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Willard Wigan is an amazing man and so are you to find such a great topic in your hub. I really glad you share this to us. Nice job! Have a nice holiday my friend :)

eldhie from MSU, Marawi City on December 29, 2010:

unbelievable...

suuper..i can't beleive!!...

he's so creative and imaginative...

tnderhrt23 on December 29, 2010:

This is awe-inspiring to me! Great hub about great and unique talent! You broadened my horizons today! Thanks!

Springboard from Wisconsin on December 29, 2010:

Truly amazing. One wonders the patience it must take to do these things. Like carving someone's name on a grain of rice, it boggles the mind what makes a person think to do this. Excellent hub, and enjoyed the pics.

Darlene Sabella from Hello, my name is Toast and Jam, I live in the forest with my dog named Sam ... on December 29, 2010:

How amazing is this, what a fantastic hub, I have a heard enough time finding things around the house, the say, "A needle in a haystack is just like a nail on the head" Wow, what a most unusal hobbie. Thanks for sharing this awesome hub with us. Rate up, wish you a Happy New Year, and peace & love darski

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Good evening, Freya Cesare. I am glad you liked this hub. I always try to give the best for us and unique content is my power. I always curious and this is become a reason why I love unusual news and weird content. I hope you understand and always enjoy my hubs. Thanks for your compliment to this hub. Have a nice day!

Blessing and hugs,

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 29, 2010:

Thanks, attemptedhumour. I agree with you. Willard didn't spent a lot of money to make this sculpture, but he always care with the result and made this so beautiful. I hope you enjoy this information. Take care!

Freya Cesare from Borneo Island, Indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Always came out with the unusual topic to share, you have a gift in seeing what people will enjoy. Great job, Pras! Like always. And congrat for 100 score. :)

attemptedhumour from Australia on December 28, 2010:

He wouldn't spend much money on materials, that's for sure. Amasing isn't it how talented some people are. Cheers my friend.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Good morning, Justom. I am glad you want to share your opinion about Willard's sculpture. He is so amazing sculptor. Maybe he said like that based his imagination, because he works with smallest material and most of us can't do this thing. It need big concentration, right. I am so happy you have seen about him a couple of months. So you can give your idea about him through this hub. Thank you very much, Tom. Have a nice day!

Prasetio:)

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Thanks, BobbiRant. I am glad to see you again. Thanks for share your positive comment about Willard. I believe we can follow his step to be success. Have a great day! Love and peace......

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Thanks, dahoglund for share about your niece. You share about fact that we must fight to achieve something, even for people with dyslexia. I believe they become success people like Willard and your niece is good example. Your comment give us motivation. I really appreciate your comment. Have a great New Year! ~prasetio

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

My friend, richtwf. He shown to us about from patience and stay positive will gave us good result. He also never thought he could make this things. But when something promised in our heart and we believe we can make it better. This all about passion and how to make it happen.

Thanks, my friend for dropping by and always share your positive comment on every my hubs. This also gave me a new energy to make the best for us. God bless you. Take care!

Prasetio:)

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

drbj, my friend you still my loyal reader. Thanks for share your opinion about this topic. I am proud to post this information for you. Willard is a talented person and he get many attentions from the people in the world. I think he is good example for us. From patience produces beautiful things and it worth to be shown. Have a great day!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Thanks, Rhonda Waits for giving appreciation to this hub and give your Vote. That's shown how you interest with such of this art though you never seen this sculpture before. Have a great New Year too.

Prasetio:)

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

ghomefitness, I give many thanks to you for visiting this hub and leave your comment. I agree with you that he is very talented and he has amazing works. I hope you always enjoy my hubs. Cheers......

Blessing and hugs,

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Thanks, LillyGrillzit for dropping by and share your thought about this topic. I can caught what you mean. You are right, my friend. Every human have their own ability and must of this ability is like a hidden treasure. They have to dig and seek the best talent to show off. I give my appreciation to your comment. Have a nice day!

Prasetio:)

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

CMerritt, I am glad to see you again and I am proud presenting this hub for you. I hope this hub give us an idea to make something beautiful like he did before. God bless you. ~prasetio

justom from 41042 on December 28, 2010:

Great hub Prasetio, I saw a story about this guy a couple of months ago and I find this to be some of the most amazing art I've ever seen. The thing that made me laugh was the guy saying he wanted to work smaller. Man, how does that happen? I can't wait to see it though. Thanks for sharing the story with everyone. Peace!! Tom

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Welcome to this hub, POP. Thanks for your compliment to this hub and vote this up. I hope you can learn a little about unusual art and this sculpture was totally amazing. Love and peace!

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Good morning, Pete Maida. I am glad to know this from you. A talented author still want to give his little time to visit this hub. That's you, my friend. I am honored with this. Thank you very much. Success for you. Take care!

Prasetio:)

BobbiRant from New York on December 28, 2010:

I remember seeing where he said he accidentally inhaled Alice in Wonderland or something while working on her. Great guy and he does some amazing stuff.

Don A. Hoglund from Wisconsin Rapids on December 28, 2010:

dyslexia seems to be a common affliction of creative people. My niece had it it when she was young but is an art teacher now.

richtwf on December 28, 2010:

This gentleman's talent is just mind-blowing and shows us what human beings can do if we put our minds to something which we're really passionate about. His works of art are incredible master pieces!

This was again another inspiring and beautiful hub my friend and I am already looking forward to your next one!

Cheers and God bless you Brother!

drbj and sherry from south Florida on December 28, 2010:

What an amazing talent this artist possesses and such patience! Thank you, prasetio, for bringing this unique talent and unbelievable sculptures to our attention with your creative hub.

Rhonda Musch from The Emerald Coast on December 28, 2010:

I have never seen miniature sculptures before and they are just amazing. Thanks for sharing your hub. I voted it up. Have a great New Year.

ghomefitness from Chicago,IL on December 28, 2010:

This guy is amazing. I cant even thread a needle and he creates art inside them. Prasetio's Hubs of wonder rock!

Lori J Latimer from Central Oregon on December 28, 2010:

prasetio30, Once again, you have bowled me over with your Amazing Hub! This is very interesting. Human beings have the ability to do many things, only a few realize their full potential. Beautiful!!!! Shared!

Chris Merritt from Pendleton, Indiana on December 28, 2010:

prasetio30, that was really cool, I have never saw such a thing, thanks for sharing.

breakfastpop on December 28, 2010:

What an awesome hub. I am always blown away by your photos and subjects. Voted up and awesome.

Pete Maida on December 28, 2010:

That is amazing! I'm happy that he has a market for his talent. Also thanks for the education on sculptor; I know very little about that art.

prasetio30 (author) from malang-indonesia on December 28, 2010:

Good evening, Pamela. I am proud to presence this hub for you. I hope you enjoy this hub as a great art in the world. Because very rare people can make such of this things, even Willard as the only one man in the world. Thanks for give your appreciation and vote this hub up. Have a nice day!

Prasetio:)

Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on December 28, 2010:

I had never seen the miniature sculptures before and they are awesome. This is another one of your very interesting hubs about something that is very unique and I think the sculptures are beautiful. Definitely rated up and beautifl.

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