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Oftentimes, the bigger a work of art is, the more impressive of a statement it makes. Of course, this isn”t always true…sometimes the more minuscule, whether it”s a painting, a sculpture, or a mural, the more it amazes us — prompting us to ask how the heck did they do that?

That”s the exact question you”ll be asking when you see the miniature sculptures this guy made. How mini? Small enough to fit on the tip of a pencil…

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This carving is of a scene in the video game Zelda.

Redditor mundungas creates remarkably small sculptures out of the tips of pencils.

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Here”s a Super Mario Bros. mushroom.

A relief carving of Pac-Man.

A relief carving of Pac-Man.

Here”s his smallest sculpture: a Triforce that can fit through the head of a needle.

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A mini tropical paradise.

A mini tropical paradise.

If you look closely, you can see this is Rapunzel letting down her golden hair from her tower.

If you look closely, you can see this is Rapunzel letting down her golden hair from her tower.

A little sculpture dedicated to the art of painting.

A little sculpture dedicated to the art of painting.

He made this for a friend who had shared her artwork with him.

(source Reddit)

Most of the sculpting is done using a scalpel blade. I can only imagine what a steady hand he must need to create such detailed work. These really are some pretty incredible pieces. You practically need a magnifying glass to see them!

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