This tutorial is really useful and easy to follow if you want to have some fun making paper children. Grown out of anime/manga culture, paper children first became popular in Japan and Korea. It involves humans interacting with smaller, childlike paper cut-outs to create interesting photo opportunities. Have a look below and you'll understand what I mean :) (or go back to the JYJ cut-outs I did a while ago, it's a type of paper children).
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Anyway, thanks to pettyartist, paper-rigging should be much easier from now on! "I made this tutorial after getting a lot of questions about how I make paperchildren. I had already done a how-to-make video tutorial, so I thought a tutorial about rigging would be a good compliment to it. I'm glad to see that it's been very useful to a lot of people", the artist commented. An animation major and senior in college, pettyartist has a gallery worth checking out.