He decided to make tiny origami masks in a bid to make use of his time. The pieces he has created carry stunning detail, and you can tell how he has improved over the year.
Breaking a bad habit is something that can be really tough, especially if the habit is an addictive one that is bad for your health. going cold turkey on an addictive habit can often lead to more stress, which is why professionals recommend replacing the bad habit for a good one. But bad habits could also come in the form of being lazy, lethargic, complacent, demure, and demotivation.
These bad habits were what Răzvan Cel Mare wanted to battle. Over the span of 300 days, he decided to go against the negative voices in his head which demotivated him and instead pushed himself to create a piece of art every day. He decided to make tiny origami masks in a bid to make use of his time. The pieces he has created carry stunning detail, and you can tell how he has improved over the year. Here are some of his best masks:
He uses small pieces of paper as a way to challenge himself.
For paper masks, they show a lot of emotion.
He made this when his brother came home, so maybe it's a beautiful tribute of love.
Why so serious?
He adds further detail in the form of dots and lines.
This one looks like it's about to tell you something.
Flaming red hair and a staunch dark face.
Look really close!
There's such intricate detail in this one.
What a subtle yet beautiful pattern.
Looks too regal to be paper!
Cast a spell on you, he will.
The look of displeasure is evident.
Unlike the illness, this is very welcome!
You wouldn't want to challenge this guy!
Imaging the dedication to finish these small pieces of art!
Two halves of a whole.
This one looks interesting enough to be Loki's mask.
A somber mask, but what excellent skill!
This one looks like it has so much of movement in it.
Fit for a king!
Existing with a conflicted soul.
How does he get those folds so small and precise?!
This is just next level folding...