Decoration of the house during the New Year celebrationcelebrations - one of the most important events, which should be approached with special ingenuity. There are many methods by which the craftsman can perfect the New Year's look for his home. You can use the standard methods of decoration, also, you can try the techniques of origami technique. Origami is an ancient technique of needlework originating from Japan, the basis of which is the creation of paper crafts.
Snowflake from origami modules - formation of snowflakes on the basis of the origami scheme
As a child, many of us in the New Year periodholidays only and were engaged in that created patterns from a paper. Various applications and a lot of ideas in our kindergarten and school years can now be implemented in volume. After all, origami is more than satisfied with ways to improve paper patterns, making them more modern and interesting. Use the special paper, as well as this master class, to get the necessary knowledge. Design of the modular snowflake-origami This lesson will be held using modular origami schemes. Modules are particles of an entire composition of origami, which allow you to connect to large objects by conjugating small particles. Thus, using modules, you can make a variety of forms of snowflakes, if only there was a fantasy! First and foremost, origami techniques have the ability to create a variety of forms, for this we need a special paper, skillful hands for processing, and of course, a set of correct ideas for the realization of such an idea.
- Prepare a special paper for origami
- Let's take the necessary scheme for creating the origami modules
- You may need a pair of scissors
- For fixing, use glue stick
Form preparation In order to form a snowflake, in the firstqueue, you need to make modules. This is the most painstaking and long work. We need to form a triangular module. Use the A4 sheet to make 32 pieces. To form all 4 kinds of snowflakes we offer, we need 90 modules for the first, 42 for the second, third and for the fourth - 126, respectively. The first snowflake To form the first snowflake, we will prepare 90 modules. They are available in an amount of 12 modules per circle. We put them on the short side, the pockets look to the center. So we form the first row. For the next series there are 12 more modules. They are connected with the first in the likeness of photography. We formed a circle in two rows. After that, we connect another twelve modules for the third one. After, a ray of snowflakes is formed, which will be one of six. For any of the modules in the third row, you need to put on two versions of the modules. To the left corner is the side of the right pocket and vice versa for the other corner. For the modules, he also wears one more. Then, we use two modules again, then again one and then two again. The form of the ray is obtained. In the same way, five more forms of rays are formed for the future pattern of the snowflake. Conditional designation of modules in the third row from 1 to 12 modules. For the rays, respectively, 1,3,5,7,9,11 module is used. Basic part of snowflakes 2,3,4 For the second snowflake we use six module components for the first row, determining their position in the short side, using pockets to the central part. The next row is also formed of six modules that close all the elements in a circle. This is the element of the base part for all subsequent snowflakes! We collect the second To begin with, you need to take five modules forforming a single ray. They are connected in the form of a pillar. We collect six forms of similar columns to put on them a detail of the basic kind. This form of snowflakes can be made even for a beginner master. This snowflake uses 42 module components. Collecting the third In the third you need to take one beam of snowflakes, using 5 modules. They connect the columns in this form - on the left corner in the first module, on the right pocket for the second module, on the right corner for the second module, and on the left pocket for the third module. Repeat these steps to complete the snowflake. In total, we form six similar poles to add them to the base frame. This snowflake is more dense and neat. It will take only 42 components. For the fourth snowflake To collect it, for each module in the secondrow we put on two more modules in the third row. To the left corner - the right version of the pocket, the right - respectively left. Twelve modules are produced to form the third row. In the fourth there are also twelve modules. Next, the fifth row is a pattern or pattern of a snowflake. To the fourth row we attach two modules to the half of the modules. To the formed series we form one more component of the module, even higher, two modules, one more row - one component. Further, we form in the fifth row special arches, which will connect our snowflakes (its rays). For the arch, we use nine modules. On the right side for the arch we use 4 modules with a left corner for the right pocket. In the left side, the reverse concept is used. The ninth module deals with the completion of the arch. Arch can be collected both on a snowflake and separately from it. For a free module in the fourth row, which will be under the arch, we fill the pockets at the top. Also we collect five arches and connect them with a snowflake. So one more form is ready.