那也太奇怪了吧 = =
- 匿名使用者1 0 年前最佳解答
Today I will introduce paper sculpting.
This is, in fact, not a really difficult thing, and its required materials are also very accessible.
For example, we would need scissors, glues, and toothpicks.
我紙雕的原稿是從網路下載，然後列印出來的。(如原稿是單數請用 is，如是複數請加上括弧裡的複數 s 以及使用 are)
My paper sculpture manuscript(s) is/are downloaded and printed out from the internet.
The origin of paper sculpting would go back to the invention of paper in the Chinese Han dynasty and the refinement on paper by Germany in 16th century.
In mid-18th century, a group of European artists in pursuit of artistic creations opened the gate to the art of paper sculpting.
Using simple tools and a variety of papers, they created many theme-based paper sculpture works.參考資料： 在美留學6年+
- 璨哥Lv 51 0 年前
Today, what I will introduce is paper vulture, actually this not hard thing, the material that he needs also obtains very easily , give an example , we need scissors, mucilage and toothpick, the original manuscript of my paper vulture is to download from network, then, print to come out. The origin of paper vulture should trace back Germany of 16 century and the invention of Chinese Chinese dynasty paper for paper improve accomplishment. In middle period of 18 century, a group Europe like the artist of creation, have opened the front door of paper vulture art, they use the paper of simple tool and difference, creation happens 許 the paper vulture works of much main problem type.
- 1 0 年前
Today I would like to introduce the paper birds, in fact, it is not difficult things that he needs the material is also easily accessible, for example, we need scissors, glue, toothpicks, I carved the original manuscript paper is downloaded from the Web, Then the print. Thai paper trace the origin of China's Han dynasty should be the invention of paper and 16th-century German paper on the improved results. The mid-18th century, European artists created a group of like opening the door to the art of paper birds, they use simple tools and a different paper, create a theme in many of paper-carving works.