How to make a peacock from plastic bottles - step by step instructions
Making sculptures for a garden is not just great a method to make a flower bed or even a suburban area is much more beautiful to the eye, and also an excellent opportunity to practice needlework.
To do this, you shouldn't buy expensive decorative sculptures at all - you can create beautiful things with your own hands at your summer cottage for a penny, for example, from bottles (plastic).
One of the most beautiful and striking options is a peacock, which can be made from plastic bottles according to detailed instructions.
You can create your own bird with a similar plumage decoration and perform large-scale work, if you do not violate the order of actions during the work. Ideally, immediately stock up on a huge number of plastic bottles, rather than counting, since mistakes cannot be ruled out.
Garden peacocks are made in several stages:
- The preparatory stage for plumage - cutting out of plastic, drying and staining.
- Attaching the wings to the lining.
- Making the neck and torso, and after connecting them together.
- Cutting the head and cranberries from the bottle with further compounding.
- Making wings, or rather from frames and mounting the plumage on them.
- Attachment of the tail to the body.
- Attach the wings and plumage on the abdomen to the body.
- Neck trim and head attachment.
- Decoration of the finished product.
By the way, making legs, as well as their further attachment to the body, is the most laborious task.
To begin with, it may seem difficult to have a huge amount of details when working on a figure, however, in the course of work, the necessary dexterity will appear, and also the joy of the result of the work that you want to bring to perfection. But the surprised neighbors and guests, who can boast of unusual decorative objects or even a handicraft made of stone, will talk above various praises about what an unusual and elegant work the owner did.
Making a full-size peacock figurine is a task that anyone can do. One has only to allocate more time and a huge number of empty bottles. In addition to bottles to create garden peacocks, you will need:
Paints and varnishes should ideally be acrylic, since they are the easiest way to choose the shades you need for work, and they also fade over time.
Making a peacock from plastic bottles is worth step by step for the garden, and they do it in parts, having prepared all the materials in advance, and then connecting in the required sequence - so a peacock made with his own hand will look much more graceful, and the tail will outwardly resemble an incredibly rich in beauty and detail train.
A five-liter canister is suitable for making a bird frame - it will eliminate the need to fiddle with foam, cutting out the body of a decorative bird from it. By cutting off the neck and connecting it with a 1.5-liter bottle with a cut-out bottom, an excellent body and neck frame is obtained. The head and beak are preferable to be made of foam, cutting it out with a sharp knife and rubbing it with sandpaper for rounded lines. The plumage should be attached directly to the body by means of cut 1.
5 liter bottles.
A feather should be cut out of each rectangle, and the edges should be trimmed with scissors, forming a border and fringe. This will make the feather look like a natural one, and the ponytail will turn out to be very voluminous. The plumage of the peacock's tail is the most time consuming and beautiful part of the garden craft, which will take most of the effort. The feathers for the tail should be thicker and longer than for the body, and therefore they should be done this way - the neck and bottom of the bottle should be removed from the plastic, and all other parts should be divided into 3-4 plates.
The plumage should be laid out in layers on a fastening base, in the role of which a sheet of linoleum is used, the length of which is 1 meter. The edges of the flooring should be rounded, and the part that joined the peacock should be cut to the width of the body. Before attaching feathers from transparent bottles, they should be painted in the required color with acrylic paint and allowed to dry. In order for the paint to last longer, the sheet should be wiped with an alcohol solution.
You can cut peacock thighs out of foam, but it is more convenient and more likely to make everything from 1.
5 liter bottles. By the way, it is important to cut off the neck of the bottle, then turn it over and attach it to the lower body part. Plastic tubes or even metal rods should be inserted into the bottle holes.
Small feathers are required for neck edging and are made from polyurethane bottles and can also be carved edge, as on the rest of the feathers. They should be carved into the torso, tail, wings, neck and crown of the statue.
A simpler version of the peacock's tail is that this design does not have linoleum. For her, a semicircular piece should be cut out of a plastic bottle and attached to it the first, and then the remaining layers of feathers.Near the base of the neck, all the same wings are used as required for the wings, but it is important not to forget that you need to glue them after you attach the neck.
For the future figure, the beak should be cut out of a 1.5 liter bottle with a cut neck.
A pair of triangles should be made from it, which are important to fold in the middle and attach, like the lower and upper parts of the beak. Another beak can be made of foam, but the triangles themselves should be fixed with tape and self-tapping screws in the place where they are fastened to the head.
The bottle cylinder should be cut into 6 parts and make feathers with a smaller thickness than at the tail, cutting out an openwork terry along each edge. The feathering for the wings should be attached to a metal mesh that will bend and cut into a winglet. The frames should be fixed to the body by means of wire, like the feathers, which should be fixed in layers, starting from the outer and moving towards the base of the wing.
Feathers should be made from plastic bottles, for which it is important to cut off the bottom and neck. The wings can be attached to pieces of linoleum, in which case the feathers should be fixed with a stapler.
After you attach the legs to the body and fill the tail with overlapping feathers, you can connect all the component parts together. The tail should be screwed to the body with self-tapping screws, and the design of the wings is completed at the upper part with small feathers in order to close the frame mesh to the maximum and create a thicker plumage for the garden bird. If the body of the bird is made of plastic or foam, liquid nails can be used instead of self-tapping screws.
Now you even know how to make a peacock's tail from plastic bottles. The most eye-catching and luxurious part of the garden bird is the extraordinarily beautiful plumage. To make it as close to natural as possible, you need to spend more than one hour painting and edging the feathers, but the product will be worth it, and it can decorate a garden or even a pond, which is made by hand. After applying a decorative pattern on the surface of the feathers, the result should be fixed with an acrylic paint and varnish material - it will prevent the adverse effects of the rays of the sun, rain and cold on the upper paint layers. The pattern for the tail plumage will be the "eye", which should be painted with several bright colors - yellow, blue, green and crimson.
The peacock's eyes can also be drawn by hand, or even beads / bearings can be inserted in their place, and you can also glue ready-made eyes for DIY toys. The legs and beak should be painted red or wrapped in red tape. The crown should be folded from thin feathers that are cut out in the form of plastic spoons.An improvised crown should be painted with paint to match the plumage of the bird's body, and also decorated with a pattern and set on the head. You can also make a crown out of foil, attach it with tape on the bird's head.
You can also learn how to make a peacock from bottles from the video.
So, let's summarize. The peacock is homemade, just like plastic bottle storks, which can be made full-length. The most important, as well as laborious part for creating a figure will be making feathers. It is better to spend time on high-quality processing, and then the result will be excellent.
If you add a couple of rows of small feathers at the base of the tail, the plumage will become thicker and more beautiful several times, and helps to fully hide all the fasteners. Feathers on the body, tail, neck and wings vary in size.
The fastest way to make a torso is to make it from a 5 liter canister with a cut off handle. The peacock's tail can be made without linoleum lining - from plastic-type bottles attached to a semicircle from a plastic bottle, but this will visually unite the sculpture and make it a little easier. The acrylic varnish composition, which is applied in several layers, helps to keep the result of painstaking work and plumage patterns in their original form for a long time.
Even a perfectly white peacock with a one-color pattern on the feathers looks chic, royally, and therefore choosing such a bird for landscape decoration will be the right decision.
The figure of a peacock with a loose tail, which spreads along the ground, can be placed on a flower bed or plot, and also on the roof of an outbuilding or an extension from foam blocks to a house or creating a platform for a bird - this beauty of the product can be used to admire not just tenants and house owners, but also passers-by and neighbors.
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