dumque gravis somnus colubrasque ipsamque tenebat, eripuisse caput collo; pennisque fugacem Pegason et fratrem matris de sanguine natos. (Ovid, Metamorphoses 4:784-786)
My entry for the April Artisan Crafts Challenge whose theme is mythology. I couldn't find any paper thin enough in my paper stash except for a library receipt, so you can faintly make out the printed words and numbers on little Pegasus' neck.
Thank you for looking!
+ Folded from a library receipt, 10 x 10cm thin paper + Diagrammed in "Mythological Creatures and the Chinese Zodiac" by John Montroll + Commissions
Thank you super much, Diego! I've been clearing up my GIANT stack of organ/piano music (there's piles and piles of the stuff on the organ bench, on the neighbouring table and chairs; all higgledy-piggledy and in no darn order) and discovered a big and beautiful atlas, so I thought I'd put it into use!