How to make a small swan from the modules intechnique of origami, you can learn from the materials of our article. It takes a little time and materials to make it. To cope with the work will be able to almost any person who has at hand the necessary materials and a simple tool, such as scissors or knife stationery. A small figure of a swan will be an excellent decoration on your desktop or an addition to a gift to a loved one. Origami is a very ancient art form that came into the world with the light hand of the Japanese. Various figures of paper were struck by their simplicity and, at the same time, beauty and grace. Particularly unique are the products made in the modular origami technique. Their expressiveness and realism is pleasant to all without exception. In the majority it is large enough, voluminous products, which take a lot of time to manufacture. But there are also small modular figures that are not inferior in anything to their large congeners. In this article we will talk about such small origami. Today you will learn how to make a small swan out of modules. To get down to work we need to take paperthree colors - white, red and orange. And, of course, scissors. To begin with, we will prepare modules - individual elements, which are the material for the construction of the product. To work, you need twenty-two modules of orange color. This color is not basic, so you can replace it with any other. Also, you need to prepare one hundred and thirty modules of white color and one - red. Making modules is easy. We'll take a sheet of A4 paper, add it in half. The obtained variant is added once again twice and again. Then turn the sheet. Cutting it into bends, we get sixteen modules. That they were smaller in size (ideal for our product), we once again fold the sheet twice, which will give us the opportunity to get thirty-two modules. After these actions, using scissors or a clerical knife, we cut it into separate parts (sixteen or thirty-two). We proceed further according to the scheme below. As a result, we should get here such elements - modules. Each separate row of a small swan will consist of fifteen modules, which we will place as shown in the photo. We connect them as follows. In the process we will observe this picture. We finish work with the second row of the product and go to the third one. The third row will be performed according to the principle already known to us. At the end of work on the third series, we'll get a pretty pointed figure. We continue to add modules in the following series (fourth, fifth, sixth and seventh). In the next series, we begin to formwings to our little swan. For this we will connect the modules in the following order: one orange module, four white modules and one orange module again. In the next row, we attach in order: one module is orange, three modules are white and one is orange. Next we will connect the modules in this order:
- one orange module, four white modules, one orange module;
- one module is orange, three are white, one is orange;
- one orange color, two white modules, one orange module;
- one orange module, one white module, one orange module;
- two orange modules;
- one orange module.
Similarly, make the second wing of the swan. We obtain the following result. Now we need to make a neck. To do this, we will put fifteen white modules together and one red one, which will serve us as a beak. We attach the neck to the body. A small swan made in engineering modular origami is ready. If desired, we can make a whole family of little cute swans.