This video interview by WIRED is titled, "How this Guy Makes the World’s Smallest Handmade Sculptures" and features artistic and autistic micro-sculptor: Dr. Willard Wigan MBE.

In this interview video, he provides awesome images of his work and an inspirational testimony to being "better, not bitter" after being left behind by a school system which did not support learning differences in the 1960s and 1970s.

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length - 8:22

A few of many phrases from the video which especially caught my attention and which other readers of this gifted forum may also relate to:
- a steady mind,
- breathing exercises,
- I have to do this right,
- it tires me out,
- I may work 16-17 hours,
- it is impossible to enjoy it,
- rough shape of what I'm about to create,
- little problems,
- 20% I get rid of, 80% makes it to completion,
- Willard's dedication makes him always strive for perfection in his work,
- find why it didn't work, and I just keep going until I get it right,
- there's kids out there with autism, take time to listen to them, understand them...

See more about this gifted and talented individual and his magnificent work, on his website:
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"small things matter"- Willard Wigan, MBE