Since pocket art is a specific technique for making doll houses, as a category of arts and crafts, there are related restrictions that are essential conditions for pocket art to be respected.
Material: Jumping is generally a cognition of making a model using only a single material. The materials used in pocket art must be real materials or close to the real thing. The dollhouse made by this standard can be realistic. The presentation of visual effects.
Proportion: The basic concept of reducing one foot to one inch is one-twelfth of the physical object. In the United States, it is customary to use One Inch Scale to represent one-twelfth doll housework. The mainstream of the world is one- Twelfth. The dollhouse made in this proportion presents the best realistic effect and visual beauty, and it can also express the characteristics of different materials. Of course, there are many artists who like to challenge the limits such as twenty-fourth, one-eighth And even one-fourth. Although the achievements of the ultra-small proportion of works on the technical level are amazing! However, the material has its inherent limitations, the degree of exquisiteness is not as good as one-twelfth of the work.
The difference in appearance between works done in the unique form of pocket art can be divided into:
Dollhouse: It can see the exterior and interior of the building. The wooden dollhouse is realistic and perfectly reflects the exquisiteness of the house.
Roomplay: No appearance, only the presentation of the interior space, emphasizing the exquisiteness of the interior space.