714: (164/365) Michael LaFosse’s Butterfly for Tony Cheng

Posted by wonko on June 13, 2017 in 365-2017, creepy crawly |

Continuing my exploration of the butterfly form, where better to look than a lovely papillon from Michael LaFosse’s “Butterflies” bible:

This lovely little flapper again uses bicolour paper cleverly, has a nice efficiency of final model size for starting paper size and was fun to fold.

I like the proportions of LaFosse’s butterflied – the body to wing rations seem right, and the clever use of colour and subtle wing shape variations are nice indeed.

I must try some more of his designs. I would love to be able to make my own paper and then fold it – how cool would that be?

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