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Peacock from origami modules: scheme for assembling crafts, MK and video

  • Peacock from origami modules: scheme for assembling crafts, MK and video

    Peacock from origami modules: assembly scheme and master class with video lesson

    As in any art, the key to creating delightful masterpieces is practice and a huge amount of patience. And modular origami is not an exception. Eastern roots of this type of creativity dictate their immutable rules: to be careful, to be reserved with remarkable patience and perfect your skills from time to time. Having trained on creating simple figures from triangular elements, I propose to take a step further.

    On the turn of peacocks from origami modules, the assembly diagram will contain a detailed description of the progress of the work. At performance of this model from you the extreme attention and patience is required, because the king of birds - peacock - has very beautiful and difficult for execution a tail.

    Know that origami peacock from triangular modules will certainly become an ornament of any interior. The key to successful work is quality paper and its color performance. Feel free to show imagination, because the essence of handmade work is that you create masterpieces, the image of which you take from your head. I only give you the key to building the basis of the model, everything else is your skill.

    So, before starting work, we will prepare the necessary materials.

    Origami modules:

    • Blue modules - 217;
    • White - 45;
    • Orange - 15;
    • Blue - 1;
    • Violet - 128;
    • Green - 252.

    Green - 252.

    I remind you how to add the basic element of this technique to origami - triangular module:

    Step-by-step MK with photos and video

    When all the elements are ready, proceed to create Peacock from origami modules, master class I'll start by creating a peacock feather. In total we will have 7 feathers.

    First, take 3 purple modules and connect them, putting one into the other. On top, add 2 blue modules, followed by 2 more blue elements.

    After that we make an "eye" from the orange module. And paste it between the last two blue modules. It turns out like this:

    How to make this detail of the tail, you can learn from the video:

    Next, we take 9 modules of green color and make the tail arch:

    Our first pen is ready, I remind you that according to the same scheme we make 6 more feathers.

    After this, we need to make 8 more feathers larger. To do this, we take 11 modules of violet color, we connect them in the same way as for a short pen - one in the other. At the end, again add 2 blue modules, and on top of them 2 more blue modules. From the orange module, repeat the creation of the "eyelet" and paste between the two blue modules. The arch is made of 11 green modules. Our long feather is ready.

    After all 8 large and 7 small feathers are ready, we proceed boldly to creating a bird body. The first three rows of the base of the figure will consist of 15 blue modules connected in a circle.

    Next, the workpiece is turned out and we make 8 more circular rows of 15 blue elements in each row. The paws of the bird consist of 2 green modules, which we add to the base of the figure.

    We calculate from the bottom 3 row of blue modules and add to it 10 elements of green color.

    Next we prepare a place for the addition of ready-made feathers. First we attach 1 triangular module green, and on top 2 more green modules.

    In total, we should have 9 such blanks for the foundation of the wings.

    Now we add 17 purple modules to the bottom of the figure. Please note that we attach these modules to the short side of the base. We make one more row, consisting of 11 elements of green color. We repeat the manufacturing of the construction of 3 green modules 10 more times. We add 19 modules of green color.

    After this, go to the creation of the base of the bird's neck: 1 row will consist of 3 modules of blue color, in the second row they will already be 4. Sample of addition of modules:

    We repeat sequence in 3 and 4 rows. For the 5th row, we fix 3 blue modules again. And in the 6th row they will be 2. The sequence of 5 and 6 rows should be repeated 2 more times. In the last 11 rows we will have 1 blue module.

    Now we make the very neck, inserting 7 blue modules one into the other. At the end of the neck, we make a beak from 1 blue module.

    After we have finished with the body of the bird, we begin to add feathers. First of all, we add short feathers, after them - long ones. On the head of the bird we make a crest of 2 violet modules.

    The final stage of the microscope is the making of bird eyes. They can either be painted or glued in advance prepared blanks.
    Our peacock is ready. It turned out a rather luxurious figure, to match the status of a peacock - the king of birds.

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    As in any art, the key to creating delightful masterpieces is practice and a huge amount of patience. And modular origami is not an exception. Eastern roots of this type of creativity dictate their immutable rules: to be careful, to be reserved with remarkable patience and perfect your skills from time to time. Having trained on creating simple figures from triangular elements, I propose to take a step further.

    On the turn of peacocks from origami modules, the assembly diagram will contain a detailed description of the progress of the work. At performance of this model from you the extreme attention and patience is required, because the king of birds - peacock - has very beautiful and difficult for execution a tail.

    Know that origami peacock from triangular modules will certainly become an ornament of any interior. The key to successful work is quality paper and its color performance. Feel free to show imagination, because the essence of handmade work is that you create masterpieces, the image of which you take from your head. I only give you the key to building the basis of the model, everything else is your skill.

    So, before starting work we will prepare the necessary materials.

    Origami modules:

    • Blue modules - 217;
    • White - 45;
    • Orange - 15;
    • Blue - 1;
    • Purple - 128;
    • Green - 252.

    I remind you how to add the basic element of this technique to origami - triangular module:

    Step-by-step MK with photos and video

    When all the elements are ready, proceed to create Peacock from origami modules, master class I'll start by creating a peacock feather. In total we will have 7 feathers.

    First, take 3 purple modules and connect them, putting one into the other. On top, add 2 blue modules, followed by 2 more blue elements.

    After that, we make an "eye" from the orange module. And paste it between the last two blue modules. It turns out like this:

    How to make this detail of the tail, you can learn from the video:

    Next, we take 9 modules of green color and make the tail arch:

    Our first pen is ready, I remind you that according to the same scheme we make 6 more feathers.

    After this, we need to make 8 more feathers larger. To do this, we take 11 modules of violet color, we connect them in the same way as for a short pen - one in the other. At the end, again add 2 blue modules, and on top of them 2 more blue modules. From the orange module, repeat the creation of the "eyelet" and paste between the two blue modules. The arch is made of 11 green modules. Our long feather is ready.

    After all 8 large and 7 small feathers are ready, we boldly move on to creating a bird body. The first three rows of the base of the figure will consist of 15 blue modules connected in a circle.

    Next, the workpiece is turned out and we make 8 more circular rows of 15 blue elements in each row. The paws of the bird consist of 2 green modules, which we add to the base of the figure.

    We count from the bottom 3 row of blue modules and add to it 10 elements of green color.

    Next we prepare a place for the addition of ready-made feathers. First we attach 1 triangular module green, and on top 2 more green modules.

    In total, we should have 9 such blanks for the foundation of the wings.

    Now we add 17 purple modules to the bottom of the figure. Please note that we attach these modules to the short side of the base. We make one more row consisting of 11 elements of green color. We repeat the manufacturing of the construction of 3 green modules 10 more times. We add 19 modules of green color.

    After this, go to the creation of the base of the bird's neck: 1 row will consist of 3 modules of blue color, in the second row they will already be 4. Sample of addition of modules:

    Repeat the sequence in 3 and 4 rows. For the 5th row, we fix 3 blue modules again. And in the 6th row they will be 2. The sequence of 5 and 6 rows should be repeated 2 more times. In the last 11 rows we will have 1 blue module.

    Now we make the very neck, inserting 7 blue modules one into the other. At the end of the neck, we make a beak from 1 blue module.

    After we have finished with the body of the bird, we begin to add feathers. First of all, we add short feathers, after them - long ones. On the head of the bird we make a crest of 2 violet modules.

    The final stage of the microscope is the making of bird eyes. They can either be painted or glued in advance prepared blanks.
    Our peacock is ready. It turned out a rather luxurious figure, to match the status of a peacock - the king of birds.

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