Paper birds are most often made in origami technique.
But a beautiful bright parrot can be done in another way.
For example, in the technique of paper plastics or papier-mâché. The parrot turns out to be voluminous.
This toy is suitable for a Christmas tree, and for decorating a children's room.
You will need
- - thick colored paper-
- - thin colored paper with a sticky layer-
- - napkins-
- - old newspapers-
- - PVA glue-
- - scissors-
- - knife-
- - picture with a picture of a parrot or a toy.
Look at the picture of the parrot. You will see that the figure consists of several parts. The parrot has a round head, an elongated body, a long tail and large wings. A characteristic detail is a large beak crocheted. To make a parrot of paper in the papier-mache technique, you need to first mold an egg, a ball and a high cone from plasticine. Cone shape the nose.
Cover each form with a layer of paper napkins. Over the glue with PVA glue, several layers of finely torn newsprint. Allow the preforms to dry, then cut them and pull out the clay. Seam the seams. Connect the parts together.
Okleyte parrot paper of different colors. You can also paint it with a water-based emulsion, on top of which you put a layer of gouache. Do not cover the toy with a varnish yet, otherwise it will be difficult to glue the tail and wings. The tail is two long triangles cut from dense colored paper. Each wing is an obtuse isosceles triangle with a very large base. Since the wings are located the wrong side to the body, it's absolutely the same, from two-sided paper you make them or from one-sided. Suitable, for example, a bright glossy paper with a glue layer.
Think about what to make a parrot paw. They can simply be painted or pasted in the technique of application. After all the details are in place, finish the design of the figure. Draw or glue your eyes and nostrils. Cover your creation with a varnish, if necessary attaching an eyelet to your head.
It will be very interesting to look a parrot from mintThin paper (for example, floral or corrugated paper). Lightly glue a piece of such paper with glue. It should not get wet, glue only fixes the shape that you give. Crumble the sheet to get a paper "testicle". From a sheet of another color in the same way, make a ball. Fix the parts with a drop of glue.
The nose of such a parrot is best cut fromFolded in half a piece of black or brown cardboard. However, a toy parrot has a beak which can be anything. Stick the nostrils - two small ovals. Glue the beak to the ball.
Wings and tail are made exactly the same as in the previous case, only paper is better to take thin. You can cut the wings with a "comb" or cut the edges with figured scissors.