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 Paris Renfro (6-inches tall in this photo) is posing next to his die-cast Bugatti Chiron.  To see more of Paris Renfro designs, see his website at  www.prdminiatures.com

Paris Renfro (6-inches tall in this photo) is posing next to his die-cast Bugatti Chiron.

To see more of Paris Renfro designs, see his website at www.prdminiatures.com


Create your own custom scaled doll with a pose which compliments your room box or vignette.

 

imagine yourself . . . in a Doll House

Imagine a full color sculpture of you or your family inside your room box, dollhouse or vignette.  You strike the pose which compliments your room.  You can be holding your cat or admiring artwork. Whatever works best for your room.

Holodeck 3D Studios creates life-like miniature 3D sculptures (aka dolls, figurines or mini-me) of real people. The sculpture is custom scaled.

 

We love doing personalized models!


 

Sharon and Rose taking a walk in the park.

Note: Rose is 5.58 inches tall and won 2nd place at the county fair!


Not only do our 3D custom scaled dolls look good in miniature rooms - they make great "Flat Stanleys!" Take them on your next vacation and turn them into travel gnomes. Hans and his wife are about 6-inches tall posing at a Florida beach!


Artist, Robert Off, standing in one of his miniature art works. He lives in Cincinnai, Ohio, and more information of his art can be found on his web site www.miniaturerooms.com


Susan Cone's mini me has definitely been noticed. She told us: "My mini me has found a home.  No one notices my work.  They only want to know how I made a mini me." 

 

 

Catherine Guilloux is chez la vieille anglaise (in the old English room) admiring her handiwork.

Jim and Tammy D from DBJ Miniatures did this cute model of them in front of their miniature bar! Note how the lighting has added to the effect to make it even more realistic


 Bethina Murta "selling" her desserts.

Bethina Murta "selling" her desserts.

Originally from Brazil, Betinha Murta started making miniatures in 2004,  Betinha now lives in Orlando, FL. She first started making teapots, and now has a wide range of products made from cold porcelain, molded by hand.  To see more of her handiwork visit her blog by clicking on either picture.


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Pat Bennett's sculpture was the last to arrive to complete this room.  Pat gutted a mantle clock and created a cozy sitting room.  How clever!  

 

Pat Bennett is the owner and promoter of the www.portlandminiatureshow.com/, the www.seattleminiatureshow.com/, and the www.portlandminifleamarket.com/.

 


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Parked to perfection! We met Paris Renfroe, of PRD Miniatures at CIMTA.  We were impressed with his work.   His "garage" is filled with Diecast cars replicas of Ferraris, Lamborghinis, McLarens, Bentley, and some sport bikes. Notice he is even wearing a miniature helmet!

Don and Karla standing by their '57 Ford as 1/2" inch scale  models. You can find out more about them here: www.dandkminis.weebly.com


Diane Wendt's mini-me went country style in her miniature barn! She makes it seem so realistic with her miniature animals, barn loft, and country accessories. 


Jeany Dean created two whole miniature bedrooms! Check out the super cute little girls room with tiny toys.


Here is Vern and Jeannie inside their 1'' scaled gazebo! Jeannie made this beautiful gazebo and surrounding flowers.  Vern added the final touch by secretly ordering a sculpture of the two of them. He then placed it in the gazebo as a birthday surprise for Jeannie.  How sweet is that?!  


The next four room boxes were created by Kylie Bygland.  The first room box she calls "Arabian Nights." Although, this room is really modeled after Medina Azahara in Cordoba Spain.  Kylie filled it with hookahs, cushions and a monkey stealing grapes!  You can see Kylie in the back of this room admiring the view.  The next photo is a cozy den. This is where she imagined her husband relaxing in.

 1900's Kitchen: The circa 1900’s kitchen was Kylie's first attempt at a miniature room box. She had lots of fun learning what to do.

1900's Kitchen: The circa 1900’s kitchen was Kylie's first attempt at a miniature room box. She had lots of fun learning what to do.

 
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3-inch Vicki enjoying a day of window shopping in her miniature town.

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 Patisserie:   Kylie loves sculpting in polymer clay (See her Venetian masks ) so it was easy for her to use this room box as a bakery. She made most of the bakery items on display. She decided her husband should be in the bakery deciding what he would like to buy.

Patisserie: Kylie loves sculpting in polymer clay (See her Venetian masks ) so it was easy for her to use this room box as a bakery. She made most of the bakery items on display. She decided her husband should be in the bakery deciding what he would like to buy.

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Meet Gael!  She is custom scaled for each of her lovely rooms!

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Say Aloha to Kathy and Darrel Hall!  Their amazing miniature houses will be featured in a miniature magazine shortly.  Keep an eye out for them!  

 Ah! Spa! Join Pat Williams in her luxurious Spa Shop. Class taught by Carl Bronson

Ah! Spa! Join Pat Williams in her luxurious Spa Shop. Class taught by Carl Bronson

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Welcome to Gay and Roy Crawford’s miniature home (in Saratoga, CA).  By the way – their darling miniature home is on the market.  If you are looking to add another dollhouse to your collection, please email dawn@holodeck3dstudios.com and I will put you in touch with Gay and Roy.

 Failing health couldn't keep this miniaturist away from the San Diego Miniatures Show - and when she saw the Holodeck 3D Studios photo scanner she just has to try it! It took time to move her from her wheelchair to a stool for scanning, but it was worth all the effort! Mini-Anita is now daydreaming on the steps of an artist's studio...

Failing health couldn't keep this miniaturist away from the San Diego Miniatures Show - and when she saw the Holodeck 3D Studios photo scanner she just has to try it! It took time to move her from her wheelchair to a stool for scanning, but it was worth all the effort! Mini-Anita is now daydreaming on the steps of an artist's studio...

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When we first saw the picture of Betsey Reno standing in front of her "favorite things cabinet", we were fooled into thinking it was really her.  The cabinet was created by Bobbie Johnson.