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Can You Carve Statue Of Animals, Buildings etc., On The Pencil Tips? Yes You Heard Right..

Salavat Fidai is a craftsman and sculptor who has chipped away at a different variety of artistic attempts and who has practical experience in small miniature art. Fidai created a series of micro-sculptures he carved on the tips of pencils that you need to see to accept. He shapes unbelievable animals from the set of all animals, notorious characters from popular culture, and even well known structures highlighting shocking engineering.

Prepare to be amazed once your see how detailed and tiny these amazing works of art are!

The Falconsalavat fidai 1

The falcon is a standout amongst the most crafty, brutal, and savvy predators in the set of all animals. Simply pay consideration on the point of interest of how the plumes are layered and let me know that is not stunning!

Elephant Playing With Ballsalavat fidai 2

This elephant looks like it’s performing at the circus, but it would probably be happier running free in the jungle. Maybe it’ll fly away one day like Dumbo!

Stallionsalavat fidai 3

Something about this wild stallion makes you want to hop on his back, ride into the sunset, and start a brand new life.

There’s a whole series of AWESOME Star Wars sculptures just around the corner. They show Fidai’s ability to capture characters in his art. 

Darth Vadersalavat fidai 4

Darth Vader is one of the most recognizable characters in cinematic history. As the villain of the original Star Wars trilogy, he captivated audiences with his iconic look, voice, and ruthlessness.

Yoda

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Yoda was a legendary Jedi Master and stronger than most in his connection with the Force. Small in size but wise and powerful, he trained Jedi for over 800 years, playing integral roles in the Clone Wars, the instruction of Luke Skywalker, and unlocking the path to immortality.

R2-D2

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Okay, seriously people, this little dude doesn’t get NEARLY enough credit in the Star Wars universe. Not only does he save the plans for the Death Star, he gets everyone out of the trash compactor, Cloud City, and Jabba’s Sail Barge.

Stormtroopersalavat fidai 15

You can almost hear the thunderous roar of the John Williams score for “The Imperial March” in the background.

Up next are some more carvings of some of the most famous buildings of the world, including the Roman Colosseum and the Statue of Liberty! Read on next page..

 

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