This Is Not A Japanese High School Student's Room

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

A boring photo of some kid's messy room, right? Wrong.

A seventeen-year-old student in Tokyo who goes by "Mozu" created this 1/6 scale diorama of his bedroom.

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: Mozu]

Mozu introduced his work on the Japanese webforum 2ch and impressed the hell out of everyone.

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

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Here's a miniature he did of a bookstore.

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: arukaido [Mozu]] Cool, no?

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: Mozu]

Some garbage. This work, however, is anything but!

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: Mozu]

He made the telephone pole. The buildings in the background, however, are real.

Here's a look at his process:

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: Mozu]

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: Mozu]

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: Mozu]

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: arukaido [Mozu]]

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: arukaido [Mozu]]

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: arukaido [Mozu]]

Japanese High School Student's Room Will Amaze You

[Image: arukaido [Mozu]]

If you like these miniatures, be sure to follow Mozu on Twitter.

Top image: Mozu


Comments

    Cool as fuck. Build awesome miniatures, crush pussy. Living the life.

    That's bloody fantastic. Could be a very valuable skill for movie work if studios still used practical effects.

      There are a lot of movies that still do use practical effects. Very talented kid for sure.

        True, though I don't see miniatures with sets very often anymore though which is where this could really pay dividends.

    He is only 17 years old? That makes it even more impressive, as I believe that is still high school age! :-O

    The curtains gave it away for me. Very hard to get cloth that will fold realistically at that scale. You'd probably need a very heavy material with a micro-fibre weave. I can't pick any other faults. Incredible work.

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