365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

India-based cut paper artists Nayan Shrimali and Vaishali Chudasama have set the goal construct 365 miniature bird species by the end of 2018. Despite the works’ small size (some of the tiniest pieces measuring only 3/4 of an inch from head to tail), each bird takes four to six hours to finish depending the complexity. To make a bird, the artists first need to cut things like feathers, beaks, talons from paper. Paint these paper parts with watercolor to produce details then assemble them together. If you like this project, you can follow artists’ miniature project on Instagram, where you can enjoy the paper work and learn something about the birds as well. Artists also sell their tiny avian artworks on Etsy Shop.

European bee-eater (Merops apiaster)
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Knysna turaco (Tauraco corythaix)
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

St Helena waxbill
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Shamo
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Baltimore oriole
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Cassowaries
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Falco peregrinus
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Ruby Throated Hummingbird
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Snowy Egret
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Baya Weaver Bird
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Bali Myna
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Indian Peafowl
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Brown Pelican
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

House Sparrow
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Griffon Vulture
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

Sparkling Violetear
365 Days of Miniature Paper Birds

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