The ship that we will assemble in thismaster class, you can make a personal gift, laying on the sail the first letter of the name. And you can figure, for example, "5" and give a five-year-old child, filling the ship up with candy or putting a toy in the ship. You can come up with more options for using such a souvenir, but let's start creating. We need the following materials:
- 63 sheets of white and colored xerographic paper,
- sheet of thick paper (paper) in A4 format,
- glue stick,
- universal transparent glue (or pistol).
- glue gun, if any.
Description We need to collect 993 modules in total. How many modules of what color you need to collect depends on what color you will make the ship and sail. Therefore, the number of color modules gives a general: whatever and how many colors you choose, you need to collect approximately the same number of modules of all colors. The first row is 40 cm (color modules). The second row is 40 bm (white modules). Determined where we will have a nose, and where the stern of the ship. And from these edges in the third row we add 2 cm. Only 44 cm2. The fourth row is 44 bm. In the fifth row, we add 2 cm from the nose and the stern. Only 48 cm2. The sixth row is 48 bm. The seventh - 48 cm. Eighth - 48 bm. The ninth row - 48 cm. The tenth row is 48 bm. The eleventh - 48 cm. The twelfth row is 48 bm. The thirteenth row is 36 cm. We leave the series unreported from the bow of the ship. Modules in this row are put back in front of the previous modules. We spread the nose of the ship. The thirteenth row - 16 cm, of which 2 modules were added in the center of the nose. The nose is gradually narrowed. In the fourteenth row there are 14 modules. From the modules we lay out an arbitrary pattern. Fifteenth row - 11 modules. Sixteenth row - 11 modules. Seventeenth row - 12 modules. Eighteenth row - 11 modules. Nineteenth row - 10 modules. Twentieth row - 9 modules. The thirteenth row is 8 modules. Fourteenth - 7 m. Fifteenth - 6 pm Sixteenth - 5 m. The seventeenth - 4 m. The eighteenth - 3 m. Nineteenth - 2 m. The twentieth - 1 m. Along the edge of the ship's entire nose we lay out modules that continue the common line of the edge of the ship. Only 40 m. Sail. We collect the sail with white with a color middle with the letter "D". You can collect the sail completely white or any other color. Or lay out any other drawing. In total, the sail will leave the modules. The first row consists of 13 modules. The second - 14, the third - 15, the fourth - 16. The fifth - 15, the sixth - 16, the seventh - 15. Up to the fourteenth row, we collect, alternating rows of 16, 15 modules. Until the nineteenth row, we collect the sail, alternatingranks in the same way. The twentieth row is 12 m. The twenty-first row is 13 m. The twenty-first is 13 m. The twenty-second is 12 m. The twenty-third is 11 m. The twenty-fourth is 12 m. The twenty-fifth is 11 m. The twenty-sixth is 10 modules; we put them on the back. A sheet of heavy paper is greased with glue in pencil. And we twist it in a tube. It will be a mast. The sail is bent. We glue the sail to the mast. The places of joining the sail to the ship are also greased with glue. Flag: 5 m. Ready ship: