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Dutch cards by Scummy Dutch cards by Scummy
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.
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:icontoxicdutch:
wow, that's amazing o_o very nice!
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:iconjlsilvea:
The red and black borders are cool, how exactly did you make them?
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Scummy Aug 14, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
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.
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:iconbaileykitten:
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!
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:iconmini-kirara:
whoa. This is so intense! You did this all yourself? I would not have enough patience for this, thats for sure x3 Great work!
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Scummy Jul 15, 2006  Professional Digital Artist
Yup all myself. They aren't really that big. Depending on your screen res they're about the size they look. 7.5x4 inches.
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:iconmini-kirara:
Wow. I can't emphasize enough, It really looks amazing. Great work :D
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krishna76 Jul 10, 2006   Traditional Artist
i love the delicut border's and ths curv of the dress making both out of one vary nice
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:iconfiliusnullius:
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.
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