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Origami Pigeon World: a modular assembly scheme and a master class with video

  • Origami Pigeon World: a modular assembly scheme and a master class with video

    Origami pigeon: a simple and modular assembly scheme with detailed instructions and a video lesson

    The White Dove is a national symbol of the world. The figure of a dove in the art of origami is one of the most popular. This is due to the fact that in the East, the birthplace of origami, the dove is, among other things, also a symbol of longevity and respect. The model of the pigeon created by the hands becomes an excellent gift for any celebration. I propose to perform the origami figure of the dove of the world, the scheme will gradually reveal all the nuances of assembling the figure without causing difficulties in the work.

    We start with simple options:

    There are several options for adding pigeon from paper. But, in my opinion, the best option is modular origami. Due to this, the figure is voluminous and quite realistic.

    Before proceeding to create a model, I would advise you to look at how to fold the origami pigeon: the video will reveal all the secrets of assembling the figure, which in the future will simplify the task when working with the process description.

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    Getting started

    As usual, first of all we prepare modules for assembling the figure. In total, we need 676 modules for the pigeon. I will remind you the scheme for the assembly of the square modules:

    . Since our pigeon will be white, the white corners should be 659. For the beak and the paws, we make the modules from the pink paper. There should be only 17.

    Progress of

    When all the modules are stacked, go directly to the connection of the corners.

    The assembly diagram starts with the first row consisting of 10 white modules. The second and third rows are collected similarly to the first row. After that, we lock the workpiece into a ring.

    In the 4th, 5th and 6th rows we add 15 white modules.

    We continue to expand the figure, and in the next 4 rows we add 22 white corners.

    Now, starting with the 11th row, we do a reduction, adding in 11 and 12 rows of 20 modules.

    Let's move on to forming a pigeon breast. To do this, at any place on the 12th row, we begin to attach 13 modules. This will be the first row of the breast. In the second row we add 12 more corners. In the third row of the breast we fasten 13 modules so that the short corner of the corner is outside. In the 4th row we add 12 corners in the same way.

    After the breast we begin to collect the neck of the bird. Note that all the modules in this part of the figure must be located with a short base outward. We start with 7 white modules in the first row of the neck.

    From the second row, we start decreasing, adding 6 corners.

    With the 3rd row, the number of corners begins alternating, ie in the 3rd row we attach 5 modules, and in 4m - 4 corners. Alternate the repeat 2 more times. In the 9th row, add 3 white modules, and in 10m - 4. Repeat the alternation one more time. And complete the formation of the neck in the 13th row, consisting of 3 corners. We attach a small bend to the neck.

    The bird's head is executed according to the scheme: first 3 corners, then 4, in the next row - 5 and in the last two 4 corners.

    The head should be glued to the neck.

    Now go to the tail of the bird. To do this, in the 1st row we take 7 corners, adding 8 modules in the second row.

    With the 3rd row, the number of corners begins alternating, ie the 3rd row should consist of 9 modules, and 4 - from 8. Repeat the alternation one more time.

    When the tail is ready, we begin to collect the feathers of the pigeon. To do this, you need to put 2 corners with free pockets outwards, after which 2 more pockets inside. We finish the workpiece by adding one more module from the top. In total, we need to make 8 feathers.

    We start the dove wing with 8 white modules. Continue adding 8 corners in the next 9 rows. Starting with the 10th row, narrow the wing, adding 7 modules.

    11 and 12 series should consist of 6 corners, and 13th row - from 5. In the next three rows, add 4 modules. In 17 and 18 rows - 3 corners. Finish the wing, adding in the next two rows of 2 corners, and in the last two rows of 1 corner. We repeat the second wing according to the same scheme, but mirror reflection. Wings give a small bend.

    Now add a beak from the 1st pink module to the head. We glue to the base of the wings and tail. The paws of the bird are made from pink corners, beginning with 5 modules nested inside each other.

    Then add 2 more corners, pasting them on both sides of the foot base. And at the end we glue another 1 pink module between the previous two modules. The second foot is made in the same way and glued to the body of the bird.

    If desired, you can cut out your eyes from the paper and paste the birds to the head. Our symbol of peace - a white dove - is ready!

    In the same scheme, you can make a dove of a different color.

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    The white pigeon is a national symbol of the world. The figure of a dove in the art of origami is one of the most popular. This is due to the fact that in the East, the birthplace of origami, the dove is, among other things, also a symbol of longevity and respect. The model of the pigeon created by the hands becomes an excellent gift for any celebration. I propose to perform the origami figure of the dove of the world, the scheme will gradually reveal all the nuances of assembling the figure without causing difficulties in the work.

    We start with simple options:

    There are several options for adding pigeon from paper. But, in my opinion, the best option is modular origami. Due to this, the figure is voluminous and quite realistic.

    Before proceeding to create a model, I would advise you to see how to fold the origami pigeon: the video will reveal all the secrets of assembling the figure, which in the future will simplify the task when working with the process description.

    Getting started

    As usual, first of all we prepare modules for assembling the figure. In total, we need 676 modules for the pigeon. I will remind you the scheme for the assembly of the square modules:

    . Since our pigeon will be white, the white corners should be 659. For the beak and the paws, we make the modules from the pink paper. There should be only 17.

    Progress of the

    When all modules are stacked, go directly to the corner connection.

    The assembly diagram starts with the first row consisting of 10 white modules. The second and third rows are collected similarly to the first row. After that, we lock the workpiece into a ring.

    In the 4th, 5th and 6th rows we add 15 white modules.

    We continue to expand the figure, and in the next 4 rows we add 22 white corners.

    Now, starting with the 11th row, we do a reduction by adding in the 11 and 12 rows of 20 modules.

    Let's move on to forming the pigeon breast. To do this, at any place on the 12th row, we begin to attach 13 modules. This will be the first row of the breast. In the second row we add 12 more corners. In the third row of the breast we fasten 13 modules so that the short corner of the corner is outside. In the 4th row we add 12 corners in the same way.

    After the breast we begin to collect the neck of the bird. Note that all the modules in this part of the figure must be located with a short base outward. We start with 7 white modules in the first row of the neck.

    With the second row, we start decreasing, adding 6 corners.

    With the 3rd row, the number of corners begins alternating, ie in the 3rd row we attach 5 modules, and in 4m - 4 corners. Alternate the repeat 2 more times. In the 9th row, add 3 white modules, and in 10m - 4. Repeat the alternation one more time. And complete the formation of the neck in the 13th row, consisting of 3 corners. We attach a small bend to the neck.

    The bird's head is executed according to the scheme: first 3 corners, then 4, in the next row - 5 and in the last two 4 corners.

    The head should be glued to the neck.

    Now go to the tail of the bird. To do this, in the 1st row we take 7 corners, adding 8 modules in the second row.

    With the 3rd row, the number of corners begins alternating, ie the 3rd row should consist of 9 modules, and 4 - from 8. Repeat the alternation one more time.

    When the tail is ready, we begin to collect the feathers of the pigeon. To do this, you need to put 2 corners with free pockets outwards, after which 2 more pockets inside. We finish the workpiece by adding one more module from the top. In total, we need to make 8 feathers.

    We start the dove wing with 8 white modules. Continue adding 8 corners in the next 9 rows. Starting with the 10th row, narrow the wing, adding 7 modules.

    11 and 12 series should consist of 6 corners, and 13th row - of 5. In the next three rows, add 4 modules. In 17 and 18 rows - 3 corners. Finish the wing, adding in the next two rows of 2 corners, and in the last two rows of 1 corner. We repeat the second wing according to the same scheme, but mirror reflection. Wings give a small bend.

    Now add a beak from the 1st pink module to the head. We glue to the base of the wings and tail. The paws of the bird are made from pink corners, beginning with 5 modules nested inside each other.

    Then add 2 more corners, gluing them on both sides of the foot base. And at the end we glue another 1 pink module between the previous two modules. The second foot is made in the same way and glued to the body of the bird.

    If desired, you can cut out your eyes from the paper and stick the birds to the head. Our symbol of peace - a white dove - is ready!

    In the same scheme, you can make a dove of a different color.

    Additional Video Tutorials