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myedol:

Origami Animals by Quentin Trollip
It’s amazing to think that all these origami animals were created out of a single uncut sheet of square paper. Although often two different coloured pieces of washi paper had to be stuck to each other to give added detail to the animals which are multicoloured. 

Artists: Website | Flickr [via: Bashment Lox]
myedol:

Origami Animals by Quentin Trollip
It’s amazing to think that all these origami animals were created out of a single uncut sheet of square paper. Although often two different coloured pieces of washi paper had to be stuck to each other to give added detail to the animals which are multicoloured. 

Artists: Website | Flickr [via: Bashment Lox]
myedol:

Origami Animals by Quentin Trollip
It’s amazing to think that all these origami animals were created out of a single uncut sheet of square paper. Although often two different coloured pieces of washi paper had to be stuck to each other to give added detail to the animals which are multicoloured. 

Artists: Website | Flickr [via: Bashment Lox]
myedol:

Origami Animals by Quentin Trollip
It’s amazing to think that all these origami animals were created out of a single uncut sheet of square paper. Although often two different coloured pieces of washi paper had to be stuck to each other to give added detail to the animals which are multicoloured. 

Artists: Website | Flickr [via: Bashment Lox]
myedol:

Origami Animals by Quentin Trollip
It’s amazing to think that all these origami animals were created out of a single uncut sheet of square paper. Although often two different coloured pieces of washi paper had to be stuck to each other to give added detail to the animals which are multicoloured. 

Artists: Website | Flickr [via: Bashment Lox]

myedol:

Origami Animals by Quentin Trollip

It’s amazing to think that all these origami animals were created out of a single uncut sheet of square paper. Although often two different coloured pieces of washi paper had to be stuck to each other to give added detail to the animals which are multicoloured. 

Artists: Website | Flickr [via: Bashment Lox]



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