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Paperpaper style



Paper art covers a fairly wide spectrum. 


The extra dimension is what makes the Paper style different from the Cut-out style.

The idea of using old or stained paper is also a good way to get away from the constant digital feel. 

 In some samples here from my defunct Dappleshadespaper decor range, the paper becomes a 3D sculpture evoking foliage or a cascade of bubbles or stones. I’ve also used it in animation for the wings of a paper moth called ‘Tallulah (a very small love story)’.

The last three images are from my latest short movie in development, ‘Nothing to Fear’. 

Other styles  in the FUN family: GrobbyStylised.