I'm thinkinig about doing some more cut paper things this summer because I love cut paper. So here's another cut paper assignment that I did last year. It's a King, Queen and Jack based on 17th century Dutch fashion.
wow, that's amazing o_o very nice!
The red and black borders are cool, how exactly did you make them?
I drew out one half of each card. I scanned in the refined drawings and mirrored the image and put the two card sides together. I then resolved the mid ground of the cards so they would flow into each other nicely. After all that was done I photo copied the final drawings six or seven time and then cut the paper from the templates. Then, ofcourse, added glue.
That looks so cool! it looks like it took a tone of effort and the result is awesome :-D! I realy like how clean everything looks. I also love how the queen looks, very swirly and girly and pretty. beautiful!
whoa. This is so intense! You did this all yourself? I would not have enough patience for this, thats for sure x3 Great work!
Yup all myself. They aren't really that big. Depending on your screen res they're about the size they look. 7.5x4 inches.
i love the delicut border's and ths curv of the dress making both out of one vary nice
You should do much, much more cut paper work. The lady in the middle is fantastic-- the design is very fluid and graceful. You've really captured a culture, here. Kudos.
Yeah I should, shouldn't I? I want to try and design a full set of cards eventually I think... it's a large project to take on though.
I love these...Original...
Oh...oh wow, this is really really awesome. I absolutely love it - I would totally buy these if I saw them in a store and put them on my wall...or something! These are really cool!
What!?! Kim....you love xacto-cutting?? This is outragous, a scandle!!!! I might just have to shoot you in the foot....twice!
Yeah.... I love the way sharp blades cut through thick paper... so clean!!! And if you try and shoot me in the foot I'll run away!