Des insectes en Origami | Wikilinks Toutes ces heures passées à plier du papier … Il faut avouer que le résultat est surprenant ! Via Artist proves he is a cut above the rest with dainty models made using glue, a scalpel and just one sheet of A4 paper By Daily Mail Reporter Updated: 15:55 GMT, 24 December 2009 Artist Peter Callesen proves he is a cut above the rest with these dainty models made using glue, a scalpel - and just one sheet of A4 paper. Peter, 41, cuts intricate patterns from a white sheet of paper and uses the cutout to fold breathtaking designs such as skeletons, insects and buildings. The precision work transforms a piece of paper worth only a few pence into a piece of art that sells for £2,800. Artist, Peter Callesen, cuts intricate patterns from just one sheet of A4 paper, a sharp scalpel, and glue Each model takes up to two weeks to sketch, cut and fold. If Peter makes a wrong cut or realises he is unable to achieve the fold he wanted he has to rethink his design and start the painstaking work again. Peter likes his models to tell a story and believes transforming a flat piece of paper into a three-dimension model is a 'magical process'. Precision work: Each model takes up to two weeks to sketch, cut and fold.
Nick Robinson I also design websites and provide illustration skills for commercial projects. Please read my commercial origami FAQ, then get in touch if you have any requests for information or to discuss possible work. Below are just a few of the more notable companies I have worked with. Hello I am a professional origami artist and author and I've been folding paper for over 30 years. Over the years, origami has brought me many friends, has inspired, amused and intrigued me, as well as being a source of income. I have been a member of the British Origami Society for over 25 years and edited their magazine as well as maintaining their website since 1996. I have created several hundred original designs. Let me unlock the potential of origami for your creative campaigns!
Origami اوریگامی یا هنر کاغذ و تا Paper Butterfly II « Huikin In January, I posted pictures of my large paper butterfly. Here are another two paper cut butterflies I did as well: They are not as detailed. Quite ugly in fact. Here’s the old papercut for comparison: Like this: Like Loading...
Didier Boursin Origami our work With all the rain chased away from Brisbane for the moment, tonight's twilight market at Portside Wharf should be a great spot to get a little festive With roving entertainment, live acts, and secret santa giveaways there will be lots to see, and you can get on top of that Christmas shopping, with stalls full of of unique and handmade gifts, decorations and yummies! And if you can't make it tonight, there is also the Christmas market on Sunday, also at Portside. We will have a stall at both, with lots of new artworks, cards and tags, so please come along and say Hello!