Artists Challenge Themselves To Produce Little Birds For a Full Year.

 Are you a fan of watching birds? I do. Observing them as they soar through the air has a serene, natural feel to it. But many of these birds are in danger of going extinct, something you might not be aware of. For this reason, the preservation of bird species is crucial for all of us. By taking a few easy measures, we can help these animals greatly. Every little bit counts.

Paper-cutting artists from India, Vaishali, and Nayan. They began a one-year project to make little birds out of paper and watercolor paint many years ago. Over the course of a year, they did it every day.

The project then expanded into a larger undertaking. After producing 1,000 works of art, they maintained their series till 2020.

A quick paper sketch is the first step in the creative process. On 200 GSM watercolor paper, several layers are then copied from the sketch. Each layer is then manually sliced and made color-ready. Watercolors are painstakingly used to paint each layer until, at last, all the layers are put together to give the tiny, vibrant birds a 3-dimensional appearance.

Depending on the amount of detail, such as feathers and colors, that must be incorporated into each piece, each artwork takes between 4 and 8 hours to make. From head to tail, the smallest birds are only 0.7 inches tall.

They want to show off the beauty and importance of rare birds through their artwork. Watercolor paintings are done by Vaishali, and paper cutting is done by Nayan.

The two are shortly going to launch their projects that will concentrate on various forms of wildlife-related art. Prior to paper art, they produced little architectural models. They began working together in 2014 as tiny model makers at NID. After a few years, they departed to begin their careers as full-time paper-cut artists.

Nature has always been their first love, despite their work in a variety of disciplines. To help spread awareness about wildlife, they launched their first 1000-day series in 2018.

1. Burrowing Owl

2. Osprey

3. Red-Vented Bubul

4. Green-Backed Heron

5. Bearded Reedling

6. Albino Ruby-Throated Hummingbird

7. Asian Koel

8. Peregrine Falcon

9. Shama Vs Satsumadori

10. Great Egrets

11. Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo Couple

12. Baby Emu

13. Costa’s Hummingbird

14. Little Blue Heron

15. Eurasian Robin

16. Sparrow Fight

17. Common Kestrel

18. Kiwi

19. Duckling

20. Andean Flamingo

21. Maroon Oriole

22. Ochre-Collard Monarch

23. Hummingbirds

24. Spatuletail Hummingbird

25. Black Heron

26. Tufted Titmouse

27. Blue Bird

28. White-Headed Vulture

29. Black Swan

30. Black-Capped Chickadee With A Red Squirrel

Their first love has always been nature, despite the fact that they have experience in many different genres. In order to promote awareness of nature, they launched their first 1000-day series in 2018. You can contribute in a variety of ways to the preservation of bird species. To make it simple, place a nesting box in your backyard for them.

You can also plant favorite trees and bushes to give them a place to rest and eat.

Due to cats' natural predation of birds, keeping them indoors will also aid in the preservation of bird populations.

Finally, remember to dispose of your recyclables and trash correctly because these might attract pests that prey on birds.

By following these few guidelines, we can all contribute to the protection of our priceless feathery friends.
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