The morning of Miss H’s wedding day, before she was jilted at the altar…
…and 20 years later.
The best part? It’s all printed! The furniture, wall, pottery, food, and even the lace tablecloths were 3D printed; the wallpaper, rug, and upholstery were printed on the inkjet.
I bought my 3D printer so I could make those chairs!
The vases and dishes were decorated with sharpie markers, with designs inspired by antique china.
Glass dome removed:
I drew the wallpaper based on Chinese designs, and added a pair of cranes–one flying off, the other in despair.
In case you don’t remember, Miss Havisham is a character in Charles Dicken’s Great Expectations. After being jilted on her wedding day, she becomes a recluse, and refuses to change anything, leaving the wedding breakfast on the table and wearing her wedding gown until the day she died