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Indian Artists Took 365 Challenge to Create One Paper Cut a Day

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Indian paper artists Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama have set out to build 365 small bird species by the end of 2018. To form each job, the set begins by cutting edge feathers, beaks, and talons in layers of paper and using watercolor to generate additional detail. Despite the functions’ small size (a number of the tiniest bits measuring just 3/4 of an inch from head to tail), each bird takes four to six hours to complete based upon the degree of the bird‘s colorful plumage. You can remain updated with all the artists’ miniature project on Instagram, and buy miniature avian artworks by the duo on their Etsy Shop.

MiniatureRubyThroatedHummingbird
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MiniatureSnowyEgret 960x960@2x
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MiniatureIndianPeafowl 960x960@2x
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MiniatureHouseSparrow 960x919@2x
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MiniatureDarter
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