Having decided that digital was going to be the way forward it meant accepting that I was working with cartridge paper.
I explored various closures and ways of attaching the scroll to dowel then realised the paper height was the right size to fit in the jar I use to mix my gum arabic in. Given the subject matter it seemed to make perfect sense. So I bound the short edges with copper to finish them off and made a belly band with the image extending over it to hold the scroll shut.
It is intended as a comment on the practice of killing for collecting, such as big game hunting, birds egg collecting etc, rather than on the serious academic study of butterflies and moths. Not at all what I thought it was going to be when I started but I’m still pleased with it.