Amazingly Detailed Eggshell Sculptures

Chinese artist Wen Fuliang doesn't see eggshells as trash, he sees them as a sculptural medium. His incredible sculpting skills began when he was laid off from his job as a woodcarver, and now he sees eggs as more than just an ingredient in Fu Yung. 

Here's more on these delicate works of art:

Using chicken, goose and duck eggs, he empties the content of the eggs with a syringe, before using a fine diamond bit on an electric rotary tool to delicately carve the designs on the intricate shells. 

The process, according to The Daily Mail, is “incredibly time-consuming”, and requires Fuliang to gently secure the eggshell in one hand, and skillfully use the rotary tool in the other. 

Link  --via DesignTAXI


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"requires Fuliang to gently secure the eggshell in one hand, and skillfully use the rotary tool in the other." Daily Mail reporting at its finest there!

The artist is amazing tho, that is an immense level of skill and control.
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