Russian Artist Creates Intricate Paper Plants Without Using Scissors
“Choose your love, Love your choice”- Thomas S. Monson.
By following the above-stated motivational phrase, Tania Lissova, a Russian paper artist, has started the journey as a passionate creative artist with pieces of paper and made-up a simple yet attractive collection of beautiful artwork that easily can stun people.
Tania Lissova is the designer behind hand-crafted pretty 3d artworks depicting potted plants.
Want to know the crafting process behind her unique art?
Well, by using the micro-style of paper cutting technique, she is able to make tiny paper flowers and plants, that she uses to decorate greeting cards and framed works of art.
She studied Architecture and Arts, where she spent lots of her time modeling, drawing, and creating illustrations on paper. After getting inspiration and creative ideas from other artists, she also started crafting 3d paper plants. From then on, this passion gradually grew.
Talking about his inventory of creations, she mostly uses many types of paper and colors. For cutting and detailing the paper plants, she uses really sharp precision cutters and blade tools. Besides this, she rarely uses scissors.
With her all small pieces, Tania Lissova wants to encourage others, and prove that plants always can be alive with art.
She creates all the things with passion and the end result of her work is just amazing.
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