Modular origami swan in a snow-white rangecan be made as a gift to your relatives or acquaintances. Everyone will be delighted with this gift, as it looks very attractive and original. Volumetric figures are much more effective than simple origami, that's why they attract masters. Technique of creation Modular origami swan in a snow-white range refers to the most common figure, which adds newcomers. The fact is that when assembling it, there is no need to alternate the colors of the modules, to manipulate with complex interlacing. The ways of assembling modules are quite simple. However, in order to assemble a kind of constructor that is transformed into a white swan, patience and skills are needed with the technique of creating three-dimensional figures. As always, the process of making a bird begins with the creation of basic modules. In this lesson we will learn how to collect the figure of a swan in a snow-white range, as in the presented photo. But if you want, you can experiment withflowers of paper - make a bird in white-pink or black. It is also worth noting that the swan looks much more beautiful from large modules. Always a voluminous figure must begin to collect from the ground. The first and second rows in our case will act as the basis. Rows are collected before reaching the number of modules in 30pcs., As in the diagram. It is worth noting that each module is attached to the pockets of the previous row, in a checkerboard pattern. When the workpiece is turned out, the shape of the well should be obtained. There is another series of white modules. In general, this workpiece will serve as a body for the figure. The assembly of the wings begins with the seventh row. It is necessary to leave the free distance from 2 modules. This gap will serve as a place for fixing the bird's neck. From this point on both sides is attached to 12 elements. Behind there is a place for tail formation. To create a natural wing in each row, the workpiece must be reduced by one module. The wing ends with one module. See the diagram. The wings at the base should be left convex, andto the top a little to bend. Then the impression is created that the swan is ready for flight. By the same principle as the wings, a tail is built. Take 5 modules and in each row the number is reduced to one. We begin to fold the neck from the side of the beak, so the first detail must be red, the rest are all white. The neck consists of rows in one module, inserted into the pocket of the previous one. All you need is 31 modules. For a more beautiful outline of the bird will have to bend the neck a little. The workpiece is attached to the place that was left between the wings. For the strength of the product modular origami swan can be created using glue. However, it is worth remembering that glue will make it difficult to make the elements curved. If you decide to use it, you must immediately attach the necessary product shape. Decorative elements in the form of peepholes or bows will give the bird a charm.