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Imagine a model train set, with a model building of a model train hobbyist at work — on a working model model-train set in that little model building. David Smith created a 1:35,200-scale train set (no wider in total width of the set, than your pinky fingernail).
The preview screen shows how small it is, by holding a ball-point pen next to it. It cost about 6 British Pounds (or USD $9.84) to make, and is fully working, with a little car that makes a journey around an elliptical track complete with mountain pass and painted backdrop.
This detailed photo gallery shows a few steps of the process the hobbyist went through to create the eensy set.
I’m not sure if this is a hoax, but even if it is, it’s a pretty good one. Matthias Schlitte has one giant powerful right arm that dwarfs just about any other limb on his body. Check this monster out.