Yuki Onna, Midori chan, Sakura chan and Kuromi chan are having their tea time in a traditional Japanese house.
<<...Kokeshi (こけし kokeshi?), are Japanese dolls, originally from northern Japan. They are handmade from wood, have a simple trunk and an enlarged head with a few thin, painted lines to define the face. The body has a floral design painted in red, black, and sometimes yellow, and covered with a layer of wax. One characteristic of kokeshi dolls is their lack of arms or legs. The bottom is marked with the signature of the artist. They are exchanged amongst friends with written messages stored within them as tokens of friendship...>>
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This kind of kokeshi is a bit different from traditional, because they are not wood made but 3d printed
We made a brown base, a coloured blu plate for pillow, a body, an head and the hair.
All parts are painted with acrylic colours, airbrushed and hand painted (it’s my first work … with my hand trembling …so please don’t complain about the poor quality )
The tatami are simple gimped (image edited with gimp) images grabbed from the web and printed on simple paper.
The same for the fusuma.
The fusuma frame is 3d printed and use simple pieces of office staples as pivot (you can bend it)
The tea table is 3d printed too of course.
Feel free to download all the models from our website