742: (192/365) Chicken or the Egg

Posted by wonko on July 11, 2017 in 365-2017, dinosaur |

The age old questions, “what came first, the chicken or the egg” can be best answered with available fossil records as Dinosaurs came first:

Waterproof eggs, such a step forward, liberating egg laying critters from having to deposit precious and defenceless young in pools, streams or wet places and allowed full colonisation of the land.

This is Gustavo Goritti’s “Baby Dino”, an ingenious one-piece fold that manages to sculpt a whole sleepy baby trex and it’s egg from the same sheet.

Clever layer maniuplation and point division allows all limbs, a rather nicely shaped head and tail all inside the egg structure – neat. Ironically it starts with all the intent of a traditional “bird” base, which itself makes this a little meta.

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