This Is Not A Geek's Room, But An Incredible Diorama

[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]

Looks like a real room, right? Nope. It’s a miniature.

Taiwan-based model maker Hank Cheng created this 1/6 toy room diorama.

[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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The level of detail is staggering.

[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]

Even the television works!

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Here’s how it looks in Cheng’s room.

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[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]

Cheng is able to work all sorts of magic in making his model-making, such as turning lip cream into cooking pots, among other diorama-making techniques.

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[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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You can follow him on Instagram or friend him on Facebook. Or both!

[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
[Image: Hank Cheng | Facebook]
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Originally from Texas, Ashcraft has called Osaka home since 2001. He has authored six books, including most recently, The Japanese Sake Bible.

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