Paper Sculptures on Indian culture & mythology

The sculptures based on Indian culture and mythology revolve around the unique and colorful idols of gods and goddesses created completely using paper. All sculptures are intricately created involving very fine techniques of paper artistry. Some sculptures can be seen 360 degrees around while few are more in a 3D wall painting format. These take around 2- 5 months to create. The anatomy of the figures and overall construction of these sculptures is primarily done using quilling while other paper techniques like paper cutting, paper mache and paper folding have also been used wherever necessary. Papers of light as well as heavy weights are used for construction as well as for outer designing of clothes, beads, ornaments etc. to achieve the required level of quality and finesse. The height of these sculptures ranges from 7 inches to 12 inches.

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