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How to mold a parrot from plasticine
Parrots are one of the brightest and most unusual birds. They are very beautiful.
In this master class, we will blind a plasticine parrot.
Such a toy is interesting to sculpt with children. Moreover, such a parrot is not too difficult to mold.
To sculpt a parrot, we need;
- plasticine of several colors;
The main colors of the toy will be lilac and yellow. But you can take other colors.
First, we blind the body for the future parrot. We sculpt it from lilac plasticine. It should be wider at the bottom and narrower at the top. With your fingers, smooth the surface of the body well so that it becomes even and neat.
We will make the breast white. We blind the triangle and stick it to the body. This triangle should not be too thick, but you don’t need to make it flat either. After all, these are feathers.
Now draw the feathers with a needle. Just make a few strokes on the white part of the body.
It turns out here is such a breast.
From yellow plasticine we blind a ball that will become the head of the toy. With your fingers, we also smooth out all the uneven places on this ball.
And we stick the resulting part to the body. The base of the parrot is already ready. Now let’s move on to smaller details.
For the beak you will need orange plasticine. From it we blind a cone. And we will bend it a little, since the beak of a humpbacked parrot. We stick the beak to the head of the toy. You need to stick it firmly.
We blind our eyes. For them, we need plasticine in black and white.
We first sculpt two small white balls. And we flatten them.
We sculpt two more small balls from black plasticine and flatten them too.
We stick the black part of the eye on the white. And we sculpt them to the head of the toy.
We will make a crest from green plasticine. To do this, simply roll up three small thin flagella. And stick them to the head. We stick close to each other to make a crest.
We also sculpt paws from the same green plasticine. We also need to roll up three small thin flagella and assemble them into a paw, gluing them on one side.
We stick the paws from below under the body so that they seem to peek out from under it.
And it remains to blind the wings. We will make them from blue plasticine. We just sculpt the figures in the form of droplets and flatten them. The narrow part is slightly bent. That is, we make a bend.
And stick the wings in place.
Plasticine parrot is ready!