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to make a 3d tissue picture.
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Okay we are going to try another project. This time we’re going to use some round cardboard pieces and these you can actually by add either like a Michaels where they do cake and candy decorating or there actually shops where you can buy supplies for like bakery supplies and you can buy a big carton of them and they’re relatively inexpensive or if you’re really ingenious, you can actually save the autumns of your pizzas when they come to the house. The pizza round are always great for different kinds of arts and crafts projects.
What we’re going to do is I’m actually going to draw a penguin on here. I went to the internet and printed out a picture of a penguin and I’m going to sketch it on here and then I’m going to actually do the penguin with the little bundles of tissue paper that we actually use to do a different project where we decorated some picture frames with the tissue paper.
So what you’re going to need for this project is your tissue paper. You probably want some pipe cleaners because at the end we’re going to actually hot glue a pipe cleaner design on the edge, a kind of frame off the picture. We need a polymer medium again, brushes on some water and a pencil and an eraser.
So I’m going to go ahead and get started here and I’m going to sketch a penguin just kind of cartoony penguin and then we can’t forget his little white shirt that goes with his tuxedo. So there we got our penguin. Let’s go ahead and get started. We’re going to start with polymer. I guess I’ll go ahead and just start with his white—the white part of him, his tummy. You just take your little bundles of tissue paper that I already have made ahead of time. If you’re making them for the first time, you can want to catch your tissue paper into strips about an inch and a half and if you’re really organized you can cut them ahead of time and just have yourself a little stock here that you can just a little pick from and then just whirl them up. And you just whirl them up like this and then you just drop them into the glue. So we’ve got all these right here. I’m just kind of drop on them here and move scoop them into place.
Okay just finish up the white areas. I did his tummy and I add it some of the gray lines that were on the original drawing and I’ve gone ahead and done the white of his eyes. So I think what I’m going to do next are the areas that need to be an orange. So luckily for us we’ve got a cup full of little orange bundles of tissue paper. So same thing, paint you polymer, put it on kind of text so it doesn’t go anywhere and so that the bundles of tissue have something to grab on too. Because they do absorb the glue, so you have to make sure you’ve got enough glue on there. So it’s really going to stick. Otherwise if you put on a really thin coat its possible that some of the tissue paper bundles aren’t going to grab hold of the glue and they’re just going to fall off at a later point.
So I’m just going to sprinkle this down just like we did on his tummy earlier. Press on them just to make sure that they’re going to stick into the glue and pretty simple. All this projects are relatively easy to do.
Okay we just finished up his beak, his mouth and we’ve got his feet finish and now I’m going to go ahead and do the black. Sprinkle the black ones down and do his tuxedo. You know if you were doing a penguin picture what might be a fun thing to add to this would be some black thin ribbon tied into a little bow and give them a little bowtie. Of course you have to realize you don’t have to do a penguin. I mean you could do a picture with anything you want it. Let’s do his eyes. Of course if you want it too, you could get out your little package and googley eyes and put those in here if you wanted to.
Okay here we’ve got our finish little penguin and I went ahead and I added a little pipe cleaner border to it just to kind of finish them off and I chose the orange and the white to kind of bring out the colors I’ve already used. You could certainly do black and white. You can add another color in there maybe blue, that’s totally your choice and you know they make difference sizes of pipe cleaners. They have the thin ones. They have the real thick fluffy ones like this. You can combine them however you want but for this all I did was I just twisted the white and orange. You know you could certainly introduce a third color. You can have three pipe cleaners and braid them if you want it too and then all you do after you’ve done your twisting is get out your hot glue gun. You would just squirt the glue onto the edge and you just push the pipe cleaner right into the hot glue and there you have it. Real simple, if you want it to add glitter to this one you could if you want it to paint it with water colors you could that. You could leave it plain, you could even come in and do the tissue paper floppy is where you wrap them around the pencil and you could do a different colors so you’d have like another dimension to this picture.
So it was lot of options, the way to finish them off. It just to what your imagination leads you to come up with. So here’s another project, have fun, the penguin.