Manchester-based artist Helen Musselwhite is remarkably skilled at paper engineering. She creates pieces of art by combining hand cutting, folding and scoring using a variety of paper and card. Much of her work is inspired by the British countryside. On Creative Boom she says this about her creative process:
“My process starts with thumbnail sketches that are enlarged to work out layers or structure. Then I make detailed line drawings, which I often colour with marker pens; sometimes at this stage, I make scale models, usually in neutral papers, and particularly with 3D projects to work out construction and depth.”
Images: Courtesy of Helen Musselwhite.