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Fire of a bird from plastic bottles: master class, diagram and video

  • Fire of a bird from plastic bottles: master class, diagram and video

    Firebird from plastic bottles: master class with training video

    As you know, plastic bottles come in different sizes, shapes and colors. This allows you to create from them a variety of crafts: as the most simple, such as vases, targets, blades, and quite large and complex - figurines of animals, birds, even furniture and whole houses. So we came up with the idea to teach you the creation of a fairy-tale character - a work of Firebird made of plastic bottles, the master class of which will be given in this article.

    I must admit that this task is not an easy one. A firebird is a fairy-tale character, he is fictional. In nature, this is not found. Firebird was seen only in pictures in children's books. This is how it is in our imagination.

    But we are not used to retreat from the intended goal. In nature there is a bird very similar to this fairy-tale character. This is a peacock. We will take it as a basis. So, the lesson begins: how to make a heat-bird from plastic bottles.

    For example, we decided to take the process of making white peacocks. Let it be as a basis or a scheme that will help you in implementing the idea. After all, the white peacock differs from the heat-bird only in color. You will only have to color your bird of happiness, so that it finally becomes like a character from our childhood.

    Take a thick foam and cut out the base of the bird's body from it.

    Next, color a white bottle with a capacity of 1.5 liters. It is better to apply two layers of paint, so that the plastic does not show through. The paint should dry well.

    From the painted bottle cut the neck and bottom. Cut the resulting cylinder into two parts.

    Each part is divided into two equal. As a result, we get four parts of the same size. On the upper side, they should be slightly rounded.

    Next on the edge of the details cut into the form of denticles. On the middle we bend to get a feather shape.

    Let's get to work on the tail. The basis for it is a sheet of linoleum. Sheet size: 1,2x1,4 m.

    Now start row after row fill the space of the tail with feathers. In order for the feathers to hold well on the linoleum, we make the punctures with an awl and attach the feathers with the help of wire through these holes.

    See what a great tail it is.

    The tail is attached to our foam base using nails that are masked with white paint.

    Working on the wings. From the bottle, cut a small cylinder and cut it into two equal parts. Then these details are cut by denticles and attached to the base also by nails.

    The process of working on plumage continues until the whole base is covered with feathers.

    Now we are working on feathers of a tuft. From plastic, cut out a piece that resembles a spoon.

    Cut the upper round part with denticles, and bend the pedicle along the middle.

    Paint draw an ornament.

    For the future of the beak from the neck of the bottle, cut a triangle of the required size.

    Paint it with white paint and bend it in half.

    Beak attach to the head first from the bottom, then top.

    Now prepare the feathers of the tuft on the head and draw beautiful eyes.

    We need two bottles to make the legs. We attach them to the peacock.

    The final chord - choose the best place for the bird in the garden. For stability in the feet-bottles, insert two tubes and dig into the ground.

    As this is still a white peacock, and not a bird's fever, you need to paint it. As you remember, we have already covered the peacock with paint, and it will serve us as a base. Therefore, you can use paint from the can above. Or some other, to your taste. Here is an example of the coloring of a fire bird from one of the craftsmen.

    Below is another idea - a scheme of a firebird made of plastic bottles with your own hands. This version of the bird-happiness made with her children by the mother of the needlewoman.

    Videos with detailed lessons, see below.

    Auxiliary Video-MK:

    As you know, plastic bottles come in different sizes, shapes and colors. This allows you to create from them a variety of crafts: as the most simple, such as vases, targets, blades, and quite large and complex - figurines of animals, birds, even furniture and whole houses. So we came up with the idea to teach you the creation of a fairy-tale character - a work of Firebird made of plastic bottles, the master class of which will be given in this article.

    I must admit that this task is not an easy one. A firebird is a fairy-tale character, he is fictional. In nature, this is not found. Firebird was seen only in pictures in children's books. This is how it is in our imagination.

    But we are not used to deviate from the intended goal. In nature there is a bird very similar to this fairy-tale character. This is a peacock. We will take it as a basis. So, the lesson begins: how to make a heat-bird from plastic bottles.

    For example, we decided to take the process of making white peacocks. Let it be as a basis or a scheme that will help you in implementing the idea. After all, the white peacock differs from the heat-bird only in color. You will only have to color your bird of happiness, so that it finally becomes like a character from our childhood.

    Take a thick foam and cut out the base of the bird's body from it.

    Next, paint a bottle of 1.5 liters of color in white. It is better to apply two layers of paint, so that the plastic does not show through. The paint should dry well.

    From the painted bottle cut the neck and bottom. Cut the resulting cylinder into two parts.

    Each part is divided into two equal. As a result, we get four parts of the same size. On the upper side, they should be slightly rounded.

    Next on the edge of the detail cut into the form of denticles. On the middle we bend to get a feather shape.

    Let's get to work on the tail. The basis for it is a sheet of linoleum. Sheet size: 1,2x1,4 m.

    Now start row after row fill the space of the tail with feathers. To ensure that feathers adhere well to linoleum, we make punctures with an awl and attach feathers through wires using these wires.

    See what a great tail it is.

    The tail is attached to our foam base using nails that are masked with white paint.

    Working on the wings. From the bottle, cut a small cylinder and cut it into two equal parts. Then these details are cut by denticles and attached to the base also by nails.

    The process of feathering continues until the whole base is covered with feathers.

    Now we are working on feathers of a tuft. From plastic, cut out a piece that resembles a spoon.

    Cut the upper round part with denticles, and bend the leg in the middle.

    Paint draw an ornament.

    For the future of the beak from the neck of the bottle, cut a triangle of the required size.

    Paint it with white paint and bend it in half.

    Beak attach to the head first from the bottom, then top.

    Now prepare the feathers of the tuft on the head and draw beautiful eyes.

    For the manufacture of paws, we need two bottles. We attach them to the peacock.

    The final chord - choose the best place for the bird in the garden. For stability in the feet-bottles, insert two tubes and dig into the ground.

    As this is still a white peacock, and not a bird's fever, you need to paint it. As you remember, we have already covered the peacock with paint, and it will serve us as a base. Therefore, you can use paint from the can above. Or some other, to your taste. Here is an example of the coloring of a fire bird from one of the craftsmen.

    Below is another idea - a scheme of a firebird made of plastic bottles with your own hands. This version of the bird-happiness made with her children by the mother of the needlewoman.

    Videos with detailed lessons, see below.

    Auxiliary video-MK: