730 Days of Miniature art 2019 (November)

  • 730 Days of Miniature art 
    2019
    (NOVEMBER)

    These artworks are part of our 365 days of miniature series which we started on 1st January 2018 and continued it for the next year making it an 730 days of miniature ART series

    This time we expanded our topic of art from just BIRDS to all the FLORA & FAUNA found on our earth.
    So this particular series showcases different beings from our Nature in a miniature Paper art format, it includes animals, reptiles, trees, plants and everything Nature has to offer.

    Each artwork is made by cutting it in different layers on paper and than painted with water colors and hand assembled to give a final 2.5 Dimensional look. Each artwork takes from 4-6 hours to finish. 

    We enjoyed each artwork everyday and learned a lot about our wonderful nature while making them.

    So here are the artworks from the month of November 2019, hope you will enjoy it.
  • The Spangled Drongo
  • The Wild Turkey 🦃 Female
  • The Golden bush Robin
  • Tira “The Polka dotted Zebra 🦓 “
  • The Yellow Thighed Finch
  • The California Quail Family
  • The Honduran White Bats chilling in their leaf tent 
  • Sparrow taking a bath
  • The Squirrel Cuckoo
  • Bubu “The Reindeer” helping his friend Robin in Christmas 🎄 decoration 
  • The Blue Jay at his Christmas
  • The European Robin wishing you all a Merry Christmas 
  • The Red Cardinal couple in Christmas
  • The Blue tit in Christmas
  • The Chickadees in Christmas
  • The White-breasted Woodswallow 
  • The Wattled Jacana
  • The Java sparrows
  • The Hill Mynah
  • The Goliath Heron
  • The Hooded Crow
  • The Yellow-bellied Sunbird-asity
  • The Grey-tailed Mountain gem Female
  • The Laughing Falcon
  • The Large-billed Tern
  • The Thick-billed Weaver couple building their nest
  • Baby African Elephants 
  • The Banded Lapwing
  • The Black-billed Magpie
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