574: (24/365) A Cautionary Tale (Part 2)

…you went in, the water was fine. You notice a nice fishy, it seems to want to be friends:

This is part 2 of a series by Fernando Gilgado, again, like part 1 it uses bicolour paper and clever colour changes to highlight details.

At this scale much of the detail was really difficult – the shark has 2 rows of teeth and the swimmer has a terrified expression on his face (you will need to use your imagination because my fat clumsy fingers failed at this size).

“Papiroflexia Bicolor” is a book full of fun folds, I must explore them more completely, but I must remember to start with larger paper, or at the very least look ahead to see what is happening.

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