360° paper-cut book : The Woods This is the first version of a project I started for school, where each paper-cut page is a little illustration set on a 2D space but can also be seen along with the others as a full 3d scenery. I had been wanting to work with paper cut for a while, and it’s my very first shot with this technique :)
Before the Frozen juggernaut gains full momentum and takes home its all-but-guaranteed Oscar statuette this weekend, check out these gorgeous text-free selections from A Tale of Two Sisters, an illustrated Frozen storybook by Melissa Lagonegro and R.H. Disney
we had to make a storybook with a maximum and minimum of 10/12 pages in a little less than a week, so i did mine on how the outcome of children’s behavior affects whether they get a good bogeyman or bad one
i got tired of rhyming very quickly haha, but i overall like how this turned out
Thank you for all the reblogs and all the help you can bring me to print the books
IMPORTANT: pour les frenchies qui viennent à la japan expo, il y a une possibilité de retirer l’artbook à la japex: Il suffit pour cela de sélectionner dans les options d’envoi “retrait à la japan expo 2014”
"Our story begins a very, very long time ago with a young girl. One day, this girl spotted a rusted spaceship holding a small star child.
"What’s your name? Are you lost?" the girl asked the star child. "I’mLuma, and I’m waiting for Mama. She’s coming for me on a comet!” said the star child, who had been waiting day and night.
"Don’t worry. I’ll wait with you," the little girl promised Luma.
At nightfall, the little girl borrowed her father’s telescope and peered into the sky. She looked and looked, but she saw nothing. Hours turned into days and then years, but still the sky revealed nothing. Finally, the little girl sighed and said to Luma, “If we stay here looking much longer, I’ll be an old lady soon.” But then she had an idea. “Why don’t we go out there and find your mother ourselves?”
The girl and Luma fixed up the rusty spaceship, and then the two set sail into the starry sky. And this is how the search for the celestial mother began.”