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Marilyn Monroe - laser card
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A few new (hand-cut) shadow puppet designs. Soon for sale at my Etsy shop: [link]

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Other places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: [link]

My Folklore Blog:[link]

My Official Website: [link]
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twinrova from zelda papercraft

template can be found here [link]
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And again another series of new (hand-cut) shadow puppet designs!

Reproductions are soon for sale at my Etsy shop: [link]

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Other places where you can find me:

My Etsy Shop: [link]

My Folklore Blog:[link]

My Official Website: [link]
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I finally got pictures of my life size Zelda! she is 170cm tall (5'6''), the upper body is built in 160/g-paper, the skirt in 200/g-paper. she took 226h to build and I gave her away for free to a woman I didn't know before this build.

if you have any questions, just ask! I'm so proud over her! :woohoo:

the template can be downloaded from the talented template master PaperJuke
here are the links for download!
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photo by MissDeliana [link] - the woman who is now the proud owner of this piece of papercraft! :squee:
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Friend asked for unicorn vomiting rainbows for a gift

I was happy to oblige

on tumblr here:[link]
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White Fang and his fellow wolves pop out from Jack London's masterpieces. The Call of the Wild was first published in 1903, and White Fang in 1906. This hardbound book with both stories is from the 60's. On the left, mountains rise up from the snow covered landscape. On the right, the wolf pack stand together on a snow covered peak. Both scenes are cut into layers giving the illustrations a 3D effect.

For sale. Contact me directly or visit my shop: [link]
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penholder made of cardboard and paper
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~Very many grateful thanks indeed for the Daily Deviation!

Right oblique view. For other views, please see:


Simple pop-up card (in terms of construction, at any rate, if not of the cutting ^^;) of the kinnaree (กินนรี ) of Thai mythology. For a drawn version with a variation on the creature's lower half and a little mythological background, please see this deviation below.



The two halves of the card were each cut seperately from a single sheet, including the wings and tail coverts, which were then folded into place. The leg positions and decorative element on the lower front torso are different on each half.

The penny is for scale. The card measures 130mm x 150mm when closed. Made from ivory Canson Mi-Teintes paper. In an unusual moment of forethought, I actually managed to time myself on this project: 8-10 hours. I wore out four scalpel blades.

In case anyone is interested, here is a picture of an off-cut:

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