How to cut Little Red Riding Hood in winter.
Paper art by Hiromi Koike
You can cut paper freehand and make a single picture with carefully thought-out colors and layouts, almost as if you were a painter. Instead of neat, clean lines, you end up with slightly odd but interesting shapes.
“This is a pattern I thought up by imagining what the story of Little Red Riding Hood would be like if it took place in the winter,” Hiromi says. “Since the pattern is simple, the texture of the papers and the way the trees are lined up give a sense of movement.”
"Excerpted from CREATIVE PAPER CUTTING by Shufunotomo, (c) 2010.Â Published by arrangement with Trumpeter, an imprint of Shambhala Publications, Inc., Boston.Â Â www.Shambhala.com."
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