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Leaf butterflies
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Leaf insects and stick insects are well-known for their ability to camouflage in the forests, but recently an even more elusive species of insect has been discovered : a butterfly with wings that mimic tree leaves, with a pattern that changes season after season, so it stays camouflaged all year long.

The model shows how the butterfly looks in spring, summer, autumn and winter.
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Clif
3 weeks ago
These look absolutely gorgeous! I love the consistent use of the log prints! Very interesting creatures.
AABuilds
3 weeks ago
This is awesome, dude! Hope you win the contest!
Leewan
3 weeks ago
Thank you all !
Jeritza
3 weeks ago
Nice model, also great incorporation of the seasons!
JKShadowBlade
3 weeks ago
So cool! I would totally buy this if it was a set. I love all the different poses of the butterflies. Best of luck in the competition!
Leewan
3 weeks ago
Thanks.


After the contest I'll make the model public and certainly put instructions on Rebrickable so you should be able to built them yourself JKShadowBlade.
feureau
3 weeks ago
Wow! This is awesome. Make it editable please!
Leewan
3 weeks ago
I will when the contest is over. (:
Jeritza
3 weeks ago
Are there any illegal building techniques? I can hardly imagine such a good build without anything illegal!
Leewan
2 weeks ago
I don't think so. The wings may be a bit fragile due to the relatively low clutch power between the leaves (PE) but besides that everything is built as cleanly as possible. After all the model should be able to survive a trip to Denmark.
Leewan
6 days ago
You can vote for something else if you prefer, I personally don't care about being the Grand Prize Winner haha.
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