“When I was a young warthoooogggggg!” Sorry, had a flashback to watching Lion King over and over again as a kid. Anyways, here’s a warthog I designed. A lot of my designs around this point seem to be revolving around blintzed frog bases to get the number of points necessary to do complex shapes. Unfortunately, that means you have lots and lots of layers at the center of the paper. In this case, I dealt with that by creating a custom foil square (literally spray adhesive, aluminum foil, and tissue paper.
For the warthog, the huge number of layers actually gather together in the shoulder and head area, giving it a pleasing bulk. The thickness gives it a bit of a sculptural quality which works well in foil, but not as well with your standard printer or ruled writing paper.