Sunday, 19 January 2020

Completing 'The Physician' - Part 3 on Life & Style

Hello Everyone,

Hope you are all having a great weekend. It's been quite busy here as always.

A fortnight ago, I am pleased to say that I completed 'The Physician' project and I am so happy how it turned out.

I have added some new additions to 'The Physician' that makes it look extra special and extra realistic.

One of my hand made miniatures that I made was the doctor's scales and I am really thrilled how it turned out. I used all sorts of things to makes this; from cardboard to metal pieces. 

The Doctor's Scales
Another piece that I built from a kit and painted was the Victorian radiator which has fitted nicely in the room.

Just before Christmas I received a wonderful gift from my dearest friend and fellow miniaturist José Pereira Torrejón. He sculptured a skull and made a miniature journal with his sketches to put on the doctor's desk.  You can also visit his Rust and Steel Miniatures Blog to see more detailed pictures.

I have decorated the desk with some of my mini prints and a 3D printed bust of Dr. Charles Darwin.

Additional to that, José also gifted me with this beautiful miniature wheel chair which was made by the Dutch Artist Mr. Han Goergen. Such a beautiful piece. I had the pleasure to meet Mr. Han Goergen last year in March when I went to the DHNS in Arnhem.

 Mr. Goergen was also kind enough to send me a small gift of his own which are the pair of miniature crutches to go with the wheel chair. 

From here I would like to thank José and Mr. Han Goergen for these wonderful miniatures. They have fitted perfectly in the room.

I decorated the wall with a shelf that I made and added a few books and jars to it. On the same wall you will find Victorian Anatomy illustrations that I printed as well.

 Right above the desk I added two printed framed canvases. One has a portrait of a young Charles Darwin painted by Richmond George in 1840. and the other is a painting by Rembrandt called The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Nicholaes Tulp dated 1632.

The book shelf was moved at the back so the inside details can be seen better.

Finally our handsome doctor came to his clinic. Dr Keller. Another wonderful doll made by my dear friend and doll maker Beverely Senatore. 

The time came when I had to share the complete project with presenter Charles Saliba on the 'Life & Style' Tv Show on the Maltese Channel NET TV. 

Here are the TV clips where I share the progress of this project.

Charles Saliba & I
Here are some photos of the complete room.

As 'The Physician' is the second part of the whole project, it was time for it to go in its place, right on top of the Apothecary - Druggist 'Cures & Remedies'.

I hope you like what I have done so far. Tomorrow I will be sharing the start of the new room on 'Life & Style' TV show, which will go right on top of 'The Physician' project. The new project will be called 'The Patient'.  Make sure to keep tuned for the next updates.

Take Care & See You Soon.


Rebecca xxx


  1. These miniatures are very nice and beautiful!! They seem real!! Congratulations!!

  2. Otra escena maravillosa concluida.
    Felicidades, esta preciosa.
    Un saludo

  3. Simply stunning. This looks so original and detailed. Never seen anything like this before. All the one-off pieces stand out.Y definitely look stunning and proud. Keep up the good work.

  4. Great Project and photos! thanks for sharing it.

  5. Simply stunning! You've surpassed yourself with this one! But then again, I think the same of every project your finish! :) Love the level of detail, and feel very proud that my humble miniature is now part of this wonderful room box!

    1. Thank you so much José for you wonderful comments and thank you for always being there for me xxx