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Pigeon made of plastic bottles: master class, photo and video

  • Pigeon made of plastic bottles: master class, photo and video

    Pigeon from plastic bottles: master class with photos of

    Meet this is a dove of the royal breed. Its kind is really royal. He is very handsome, is not he?

    Here we are offering you to have such a handsome man. No, do not be scared, you do not need to look after him. And he will never fly away from you. You will have a toy pigeon, although you can not tell from the appearance of a living dove. We will make our royal pigeon from plastic bottles, a master class for manufacturing which is given below.

    But we warn you, you need patience and assiduity. And also accuracy and conscientiousness. If you have these qualities, go ahead!

    Our step-by-step instruction is equipped with a photo and is designed to help you master this process.

    First, prepare all the necessary materials:

    • bottle from any plastic detergent,
    • 24-piece milk bottles,
    • pipe 12 mm in diameter and about 54 cm long,
    • transparent one and a half liter bottles in the amount of 2-
    • polystyrene small size,
    • wire,
    • screws with small head,
    • screwdriver,
    • stationery knife,
    • awl,
    • sandpaper fine,
    • glue type "Moment",
    • glue gun,
    • twine.

    Instruction with step-by-step photos

    So, pigeon from plastic bottles: u starts right now!

    The first thing to do is form the framework. This is done as follows:

    • take the pipe( it can be made of metal-plastic) and bend it so that its central part is inside the bottle. Legs slightly bend forward.
    • on the bottle of detergent we make slits, into which the legs of the dove will be inserted after the mark, passing one third from the bottom edge of the bottle.

    In the received holes we shove the legs from the metal-plastic tube and fix it with the help of self-tapping screws.

    We begin to make the thoracic part of our bird. Take a one and a half liter transparent bottle and cut off a little less than half, cut and fold in the form of a cone. We fix all this with the help of wire. Estimate with a look whether the cone is not narrow. If necessary, it can be expanded. To do this, insert a triangular piece of small size.

    To form the so-called "thighs," cut the middle part of the bottle and cut it in half. There are two rectangles that are folded in the form of an envelope.

    And "thighs", and the throat is fixed with screws to a large white bottle.

    The basic form-frame is ready.

    Let's start making feathers. To do this, cut the milk bottles into five pieces each.

    Cut each of these parts even smaller on a part with a rounded edge. These are future feathers.

    We form the "thighs".Very fine fringe cut the top six as shown in the photo.

    Here we fix all the details with the help of an adhesive gun. First we will walk along the inside, and then from the outside.

    At this stage, for convenience, we will have to detach the leg from the canister. Continue to block the "thigh" with feathers. For fixing we use wire.

    Further, it may be necessary to shift the back of the canister by about one centimeter. Cut and fasten it. In principle, this could be done at the beginning of the work. To whom as it is more convenient.

    Close the "rear" of our form with feathers, using the same self-tapping screws.

    Next, fill the can from the bottom. Keep in mind - feathers should go out from under the "thigh".So the belly and legs will look more realistic. Now put the legs back where they were.

    Gradually, the sides of the canister are covered with feathers fixed with screws.

    Next - the throat will have to be removed for a while. With the help of wire and cut out feathers, close this part in the same way as the "thighs".

    Now you can begin to connect the parts. Separate the top element of the bottle into two parts. The one that is bigger, finely cut, as in the photo. A small part of us is not yet useful, take it aside.

    Then glue the plumage gun, moving in a circle. Stop when there are two or three centimeters to the top edge.

    Now we will teach our bird to stand on its feet. To do this, she must first make a foot. Take a not too thick good bending wire. Insert it between the envelope and the tube of metal-plastic and, not reaching the lower cut by 0.4 cm, round the tube with a wire.

    Wire the toes of your feet.

    Next, the formation of the fingers is done by twine. In two layers wrap them with wire, coating with glue for strength. Feet ready. Here's how they should look.

    Put the feet on the pipe and glue them with glue for durability and more secure fixation. They do not have to move.

    Our bird can already stand alone.

    To make the legs as similar as possible to pigeons, take a piece of corrugated tube and cut off a strip about one centimeter in length. Put on a plastic tube and glue. Our goal is to close the wire.

    We had parts of the opaque bottle. Cut them into small feathers.

    Glue the cut feathers to the stem on all sides.

    Front with the same strip from the corrugated tube, hide the joint. So our wonderful legs are ready.

    Now we turn to making the tail. We take a mesh-netting with a cell 25x25 and prepare a skeleton for the future tail.

    Cut the feathers again.

    They are attached to the wire mesh. Turn over the other side, so it will be easier to attach the next row.

    Repeat step 29.

    Turn and close the small feathers again where the feathers are visible. Try to fasten the feathers so that no wire is visible. The last row will be located below the wireframe grid by one and a half centimeters. This is necessary to fix it to the rear element of the canister.

    With the help of self-tapping screws, carefully slipping them under the feathers, screw this row.

    In the front part, also firmly fix the tail behind the edges of the feathers.

    The top of the bottle is cut into three parts and screwed with screws to the canister. Thus, we will close the last row of the tail.

    Then work begins on the wings. Draw a diagram of the wings so that it fits the size of the canister. Draw it on a one and a half liter transparent bottle and cut it out. It will be better if you attach a paper pattern to make sure that it is the right size and falls properly.

    Cut the feathers for the wings. They should be longer than the rest.

    Carefully lay out the wing, fixing with wire.

    When the wings are ready, pin them to the torso with screws. Do it carefully, so that the screws do not shine through the feathers.

    We leave to the finish line. It remains to make a head. For her, take a small piece of foam. Approximate size: 7x10 cm.

    With a stationery knife, give the styrofoam a head shape. Then cover the head with putty, dry and polish. Then cover with glue. Preferred glue PVA, it is then perfectly fixed feathers.

    Now attention! Before attaching the head to the body, select the position. Determine where your dove will look, maybe forward or slightly to the side.

    Attach the eyes. These are ordinary eyes for dolls, you can buy them in special stores. Twine make eyelids. And continue to attach feathers to the head.

    It remains to paint the beak with paint and you can admire the finished product!

    That's how it looks in the natural environment.

    Who can say that artifacts from plastic bottles can be so realistic: the dove with its own hands looks absolutely like a living thing. There seems to be one movement, and he, frightened, will fly out.

    Just below the presented master class is in the video format. Perhaps it can also be of use to you.

    Video tutorials for the beginners

    Meet this is a royal dove. Its kind is really royal. He is very handsome, is not he?

    Here we are offering you to have such a handsome man. No, do not be scared, you do not need to look after him. And he will never fly away from you. You will live a toy dove, although in appearance from the living one you can not tell. We will make our royal pigeon from plastic bottles, a master class for manufacturing which is given below.

    But we warn you, you need patience and perseverance. And also accuracy and conscientiousness. If you have these qualities, go ahead!

    Our step-by-step instruction is equipped with a photo and is designed to help you master this process.

    First, prepare all the necessary materials:

    • bottle from any plastic detergent,
    • 24-piece milk bottles,
    • pipe 12 mm in diameter and about 54 cm long,
    • transparent one and a half liter bottles in the amount of 2-
    • polystyrene small size,
    • wire,
    • screws with small head,
    • screwdriver,
    • knife stationery,
    • awl,
    • small emery,
    • glue type "Moment",
    • glue gun,
    • twine.

    Instruction with step-by-step photos

    So, a dove from plastic bottles: u starts right now!

    The first thing to do is form the framework. This is done as follows:

    • take the pipe( it can be made of metal-plastic) and bend it so that its central part is inside the bottle. Legs slightly bend forward.
    • on the bottle of detergent we make the slots, in which the legs of the pigeon will be inserted after the mark, passing one third from the bottom edge of the bottle.

    In the received holes we shove the legs from the metal-plastic tube and fix it with the help of self-tapping screws.

    We begin to make the thoracic part of our bird. Take a one and a half liter transparent bottle and cut off a little less than half, cut and fold in the form of a cone. We fix all this with the help of wire. Estimate with a look whether the cone is not narrow. If necessary, it can be expanded. To do this, insert a triangular piece of small size.

    To form the so-called "thighs," cut the middle part of the bottle and cut it in half. There are two rectangles that are folded in the form of an envelope.

    And "thighs", and the throat is fixed with screws to a large white bottle.

    The basic form-frame is ready.

    Let's start making feathers. To do this, cut the milk bottles into five pieces each.

    Cut each of these pieces even smaller on a part with a rounded edge. These are future feathers.

    We form the "thighs".Very fine fringe cut the top six as shown in the photo.

    Here we fix all the details with the help of an adhesive gun. First we will walk along the inside, and then from the outside.

    At this stage, for convenience, we will have to detach the leg from the canister. Continue to block the "thigh" with feathers. For fixing we use wire.

    Further, it may be necessary to shift the back of the canister by about one centimeter. Cut and fasten it. In principle, this could be done at the beginning of the work. To whom as it is more convenient.

    Close the "rear" of our shape with feathers, using all the same screws.

    Next, fill the can from the bottom. Keep in mind - feathers should go out from under the "thigh".So the belly and legs will look more realistic. Now put the legs back where they were.

    Gradually, the sides of the canister are covered with feathers fixed with screws.

    Next - the throat will have to be removed for a while. With the help of wire and cut out feathers, close this part in the same way as the "thighs".

    Now you can begin to connect the parts.

    The upper element of the bottle is divided into two parts. The one that is bigger, finely cut, as in the photo. A small part of us is not useful yet, take it aside.

    Then glue the feathering gun, moving in a circle. Stop when there are two or three centimeters to the top edge.

    Now we will teach our bird to stand on its feet. To do this, she must first make a foot. Take a not too thick good bending wire. Insert it between the envelope and the tube of metal-plastic and, not reaching the lower cut by 0.4 cm, round the tube with a wire.

    Wire the toes of your feet.

    Next, the formation of the fingers is done by twine. In two layers wrap them with wire, coating with glue for strength. Feet ready. Here's how they should look.

    Put the feet on the pipe and glue them with glue for durability and more secure fixation. They do not have to move.

    Our bird can already stand alone.

    To make the legs as similar as possible to pigeons, take a piece of corrugated tube and cut off a strip about one centimeter in length. Put on a plastic tube and glue. Our goal is to close the wire.

    We had parts of the opaque bottle. Cut them into small feathers.

    Glue the cut feathers to the stem on all sides.

    Front with the same strip from the corrugated tube, hide the joint. So our wonderful legs are ready.

    Now we turn to making the tail. We take a mesh-netting with a cell 25x25 and prepare a skeleton for the future tail.

    Cut the feathers again.

    They are attached to the wire mesh. Turn over the other side, so it will be easier to attach the next row.

    Repeat step 29.

    Turn and close the small feathers again where the feathers are visible. Try to fasten the feathers so that no wire is visible. The last row will be located below the wireframe grid by one and a half centimeters. This is necessary to fix it to the rear element of the canister.

    With the help of self-tapping screws, carefully slipping them under the feathers, screw this row.

    In the front part, also firmly fix the tail behind the edges of the feathers.

    The top of the bottle is cut into three parts and screwed with screws to the canister. Thus, we will close the last row of the tail.

    Then work begins on the wings. Draw a diagram of the wings so that it fits the size of the canister. Draw it on a one and a half liter transparent bottle and cut it out. It will be better if you attach a paper pattern to make sure that it is the right size and falls properly.

    Cut the feathers for the wings. They should be longer than the rest.

    Carefully lay out the wing, fixing with wire.

    When the wings are ready, pin them to the body with screws. Do it carefully, so that the screws do not shine through the feathers.

    We leave to the finish line. It remains to make a head. For her, take a small piece of foam. Approximate size: 7x10 cm.

    With a stationery knife, give the styrofoam a head shape. Then cover the head with putty, dry and polish. Then cover with glue. Preferred glue PVA, it is then perfectly fixed feathers.

    Now attention! Before attaching the head to the body, select the position. Determine where your dove will look, maybe forward or slightly to the side.

    Attach the eyes. These are ordinary eyes for dolls, you can buy them in special stores. Twine make eyelids. And continue to attach feathers to the head.

    It remains to paint the beak with paint and you can admire the finished product!

    That's how it looks in the natural environment.

    Who can say that artifacts from plastic bottles can be so realistic: the dove with its own hands looks absolutely like a living thing. There seems to be one movement, and he, frightened, will fly out.

    Just below the presented master class is in the video format. Perhaps it can also be of use to you.

    Video tutorials for the beginners