Abstract fish model with open mouth and large, reverse-colored eye.
Origami models folded from a Square
Traditional origami consists of folding a single sheet of square paper (often with a colored side) into a sculpture without cutting, gluing, taping, or even marking it.
Segmented shell with four reverse-colored tentacles.
Flower on stem with reverse-colored petals.
Sitting racoon with distinctive reverse-colored snout, ears and bands on its tail.
Standing bipedal dinosaur with long tail and open mouth.
Standing hedgehog with reverse-colored head and feet, including a segmented back featuring quill-like motif.
Eight-legged crab with two large claws.
Standing zebra with reverse-colored nose, mane, tail and three stripes on its back.
Fish with reverse-colored stripes.
Sitting frog (or toad) model with reverse-colored eyes and jaw, featuring three digits on its front toes.
Standing unicorn with large head and twisted horn.
Standing goat-like humanoid with reverse-colored horns.