spine detail


Overwatch Papercraft Project: Genji

Wow I feel like Genji took me forever but maybe it was cause I spread apart when I worked on him so much i dunno but i’m really satisfied with how he turned out like half the time I was working on this I thought it wasn’t going to work out and he turned out so awesome ?? so yeah I’m happy~ and I learned how to fold an origami dragon!

Approx time: ~8hours
Paper, glue, origami skills

Masterlist of finished characters

  • some old wizard fuck: quickly child, fetch me my tome there on the shelf
  • some dumb kid: *points to incredibly detailed painted book* this one?
  • some old wizard fuck: no the one that looks like asses and ham scraps, with only one layer of color and no spine detail

Ok guiz here is Milk’s tattoo refs.. thought i was gonna draw another one but figured I already had the base, just needed to quickly flip it to do the back so !! there you go. She has roses all down her arms & two small ones on her hipbones & few more near the chestpiece, which is a skull head with heart eyes and wings LOL. The text under says KILLJOY. She has two other heart eyed skulls on her knees with a few roses angled diagonally. Skeletal details would be two symmetrical ribs .. near her ribs overlapped with roses, and spine detailing on her back. With obv additional roses and wings. The heart on her eyebrow is drawn on and not tattooed. Might make a more detailed one one day but ! this is good enough for now
TLDR; skeleton and roses. 

Like many cultures, all magical people have their own mythology. One of the most obscure pieces of English folklore among their magical heritage is the tale of Merlin’s Encyclopedia. It is said to be three stories tall and continuously adding pages to it’s spine with detailed descriptions of every spell, charm or curse created. 

Though, books writing themselves are not unheard of in the magical world, Merlin’s book is quite different. Many witches and wizards have tried to make a text of every curse but always failed and somehow ended blazing with flames by it’s twenty seventh page. 

Many scholars do believe the book exists, by, they unfortunately haven’t a clue where. In London, it is common belief that it is hidden somewhere in the Elfwine Library.