Wednesday, July 29, 2015

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper, Released at 6:48:00 AM, Wednesday, July 29, 2015 is a creative art and craft that is worth using as a reference for anyone who needs, this art craft ideas projects blog is just to inform that the work like this ever existed and ever made.

miniature sculpture from washi paper


Japanese paper artist Kyoko Hazama creates cute miniature sculptures out of washi paper which is used in many traditional arts of Japan. This traditional Japanese paper (washi) made from the fibers of the bark of a Japanese tree (gampi), shrub (mitsumata), and various plants and grasses (hemp, rice, wheat, bamboo), a sturdier paper than those crafted from wood pulp. Kyoko’s miniature paper people and animals reflect also her extraordinary technical abilities as a paper artist, doll-maker, and sculptor. Every sculpture begins with an idea drawn in a sketch. Using different colors of paper, layer by layer Kyoko Hazama constructs her cartoon-like figurines. Kyoko manipulates her materials to create the look and feel of real animal fur, antlers and horns, and the velvetines of young human skin


miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper

miniature sculpture from washi paper