1 week ago 1 week ago“Old Bridge”, Jasenko Đorđević, pencil sculpture, 2017 by Deon Moss 28604views imageLike it? Share with your friends! 310 Facebook Twitter310 points 28 Comments Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. What kind of equipment did you employ?Reply‘уткa ро она ика’Reply“Wow, that kid must have been SO bored in class,” I thought at first.To be honest, I think this is very cool.ReplyIs there anybody who knows what resources are used for this? A loupe and some very small files or awls come to mind.ReplyThat puts micro in a completely different light!ReplyTo sculpt that, I’m sure it took a lot of chewing.ReplyMy second-grade teacher would give us pretzel rods but would tell us we couldn’t eat them. We had to sculpt animals or make some kind of pattern with our teeth.Seeing this reminded me of that, and I really don’t remember whether either of us really gnawed a pretzel rod into anything identifiable.ReplyHow do you get such a fine level of detail? Is it accomplished by loops or magnification? What kind of carving instrument are you using? I’m really interested.ReplyTo stay with the architectural theme, it’s also a carpenter’s pencil. With the broader pencil lead, it was possibly also simpler to carve this.ReplyMostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina? The name of the artist also seems to be Balkan.ReplyThis is the best thing I’ve seen all day; I’ve never seen anyone do anything like this with a pencil before. I’m not normally a fan of traditional music, but this was so fantastic that it overcame my prejudice.ReplyThe attention to detail on a teeny tiny PENCIL is incredible.ReplyThat’s Stari Most in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.ReplyThe plot twist is that it’s just a large pencil.Replya single stumbling block, a second stumbling block…ReplyWhat’s the deal with Mostar?ReplyThat appears to be the, or Mostar Bridge, a 16th-century bridge in Bosnia that was destroyed in 1993 during the Croat-Bosniak War. Later, it was rebuilt.Replyмoy стоит вес каранда тас ео натоит, ри том риел удет стаилно вадат каде 5мм атокиReplyIt’s really cool. However, the pencil is no longer functional. The lead would not be able to flow to the nib because of the kink at the bridge…Replyтаку ун сотворил, а отот каранда нормално ne yмеет.ReplyThat’s a true test of patience right there!Replyp p p p p p p p pReplyExceptional findReplyWhat methods do you employ for this? It’s incredible.ReplyI’m a sucker for things like this. Tiny art is still awe-inspiring.ReplyIt’s a shame that wouldn’t make for a particularly impressive showing.ReplyWhen I saw the word “pencil,” I had to do a double take. This is incredible!ReplyThat bridge is one I’ve walked over.Not the pencil sculpture, but the actual one.ReplyWhat's Your Reaction? Unuseful 0 Unuseful Useful 0 Useful hate 0 hate love 0 love Posted by Deon Moss Food scholar. Hipster-friendly coffee enthusiast. Unable to type with boxing gloves on. Web junkie.