An apple a day (QUARANTINE) keeps the doctor away

The paper form was made by adding white stickers to the apple, dividing the surface into slices and cutting them off.
Here we go!
Slice by slice…
Halfway there!
Ready for ironing.
Ironed with phased edge, ready to be assembled!
3D is happening!
Finished apple!

What about a banana?

A banana is kind of a fruit growing in its own can.

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All the sides of a banana.

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Tow under-sides done

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Some side-sides done

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Top side done!

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All the sides of a banana ironed and ready to be assembled.

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The finished banana

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All the sides of the finished banana!

Back to quarantine canning

After reminiscing about old cans, I return to the present, and continue to pixelate the cans in my house. I think this is my favourite so far! Coconut milk. Important to ad to every bunkering-kit!

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The tricky part is to do everything backwards!

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Ironed, flipped and compared to the original.

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Top

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and bottom.

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Finished!