Master class with a step-by-step photo “How to mold a plasticine pig with a Christmas tree.” Making interesting light crafts with your own hands for children, parents, teachers and educators, for school and kindergarten.
How to mold a plasticine Christmas tree pig
Various compositions can be used to decorate the New Year’s table. But if there is a child in the house, it makes sense to make such decorative elements with your own hands. For example, they can be molded from plasticine, as in our master class, which shows the process of creating a pink pig and a Christmas tree.
To sculpt such a New Year’s composition, we prepared:
- plasticine dark green, pink, white, black and light green;
- manicure scissors with rounded tips.
Our pig will be easy to manufacture, so we make its body from a simple ball rolled from pink plasticine.
We make its paws from small four balls made of plasticine of the same color.
We attach the paws of the pig to her round body.
Now let’s make an expressive patch. To do this, roll up a small ball, give it a flat look, and then make a couple of recesses (it is convenient to make them with a match head).
Their small triangles, made of pink plasticine, we make ears for our pig.
Let’s not forget the ponytail. For him, you need to roll up a thin flagellum, twist it in a spiral, and then attach it to the back of the body.
Next, let’s do the design of the muzzle of the pig. First, we will make the base for the eyes from white plasticine.To do this, it is enough to prepare a couple of small balls, and then flatten them and fix them on the muzzle.
Our pig will be green-eyed. Therefore, we add small circles of light green plasticine.
Finally, we make pupils from small pieces of black plasticine. Our plasticine pig is ready.
In addition to it, we blind the Christmas tree. To do this, we will form a cone from dark green plasticine.
The trunk of the Christmas tree is made from a small piece of black plasticine.
Now we will make needles on our Christmas tree. To do this, we will use nail scissors, we will make small notches, starting from the top.
So you need to walk over the entire surface.
Our New Year’s composition of a pig and a Christmas tree, molded from plasticine, is ready.