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Monday, January 26, 2015

The world's smallest motorcycle replicas

Inserting threads into the pinhole for some people may be difficult. So what would happen if there was a motorcycle with sized smaller than the pinhole? With a little touch, the usual thing turned into extraordinary. This is the background of an artist to create a miniature motorcycle with a very small size, even invisible to the naked eye.

But according to the news reported by Autoevolution on Monday, December 29, 2014, an English artist made a small version of the chopper motorcycle with an extra small-size. Eventhough so small, this motorcycle can be put into a strand of hair that has been hollowed out beforehand.
Willard Wigan created his tiniest work to date using a microscopic flake of gold from a chain and a speck of his own stubble. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1KrrqWB)
He is Willard Wigan, who has long pursue the art of creating microns sized miniature, which can only be seen with a microscope only. "Making the world's smallest miniature not make me satisfied. I want to make even smaller," Willard said.
The replicas of chopper motorcycle - which measures just 3 microns - is smaller than a human blood cell and only visible through a microscope. (Picture from: http://dailym.ai/1KrrqWB)
Previously, he already made various kinds of micron-sized miniature, but on average the shaped of cartoon characters. To make this chopper motorcycle, Willard uses a special knife with a diamond tip that renowned the sharp and not easily blunted.
This smallest chopper motorcycle has been made from gold, because in addition to more easily carved, also has a high prestige values. Willard spent five weeks (total hours spent around 16 hours) to make a three-micron sized motorcycle in his studio. This is reasonable considering Willard should get plenty of rest, so that his hands remain stable when holding the carving knife. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | DAILYMAIL | AUTOEVOLUTION]
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