The Inner Side of Us, PAPER SKELETON!

Introduction: The Inner Side of Us, PAPER SKELETON!

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While it is 1 hour left to enter the contest, I am typing for my entry!

It is for the paper contest my earlier idea did not work properly. So yesterday night thought about this skeleton and started to execute.

Supplies

Long/lengthy white sheets(due to lockdown I could not go to buy supplies. So managed with old calendar sheets in white)
Glue
Thread
Grey and black color crayons
Pencil, eraser
Stainless steel blade(need not use scissor for cutting)

Step 1: Making of the Parts!

I drew the sketch of the human body on to the sheets of paper (plain backside of the paper).

Step 2: Cut Them Into Shapes.

And cut them into the shapes accordingly, with blade. For the backside of the body (ribs and spinal cord), I used the stencils of the front side and made it aligned to it. Or else, it may not be in sync.

Step 3: Hands, Legs, Fingers!

I folded the paper strips and glued them, to make it look like bones of hands and legs. For the fingers, I rolled the paper strips alongside the refill of the pen for thin shapes.

Step 4: Miscellaneous

For the skull to look bit bolder, I inserted another sheet cut to the shape of the skull. Shaded with crayons, wherever required for the eyes, nose holes, teeth parts, cheeks.

I cut eyes, nose, cheeks/teeth partially to push it inside from the front page. So that those parts of the faces, looks carved inward like a skeleton's skull.

Step 5: Assemble the Parts

For legs and hands (with fingers), I used white thread to tie it together all along the holes.

Step 6: Snap of the Partial and Full Assembly!

Step 7: Handshake With the Skeleton!

No social distancing required! The paper were already disinfected well before I started with the making :D

Look at the terrific background, where the buddy stand for the pose...Hope my skeleton is also terrifying..:)

Step 8: Dood, With a Eye Gear. What'a Pose..:D

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