creating a vase with stucco molding.
-to acquaint children with the technology of making vases from plastic bottles;
– Learn the modeling of colors from toilet paper and glue;
-develop the feeling of composition and color work color, imagination, and creativity;
-develop your own style of work, the creative abilities of children.
We will need tools and materials:
-a plastic bottle of 1.5 liters, 2 large bottles of 5 and 6 liters
-rulon toilet paper (cheap-rigid)
Bank for adhesive dilution, water for paints (you need a wide neck, so that the hand fits, I use mayonnaise jars)
The course of the master class:
First, with small scissors, we need to cut the neck of the bottles. Bottles are placed on top of each other and are connected with adhesive tape. Then we dissolve the glue with warm water, it resembles cream in consistency (I stir with my hand so that I can feel the material).
We tear off a small piece of paper, put it in the vase and smear it with glue. The brush is better to use more when applying glue the paper will deform and form wrinkles, it turns out a light relief image of the background.
We paste the entire surface of the vase with paper and leave to dry.
Next, modeling colors. We tear off a small piece of paper, add it in 2-3 rows. We paste into the glue and squeeze lightly. Then we put it in the shape of a petal and apply it to the vase.
The first flower will be made at the bottom of the vase, on its largest part.
First, lay one row of petals, then the second one.
Further, we rise upwards on a vase and we mold another flower of smaller size.
And so to the very top of the vase, create a flower arrangement
We sculpt the core of flowers. And a few flowers on the sides of the vase. Then leave the product to dry, it takes about 5-6 days, it all depends on the temperature of the room.
The background of the vase turns out to be gray and the flowers merge with it, so we will show the entire composition obtained on a painted vase. When the paper dries we paint the vase with water-based paint, the blue gouache will serve as a color for it. We spread the water-emulsion with gouache, the color turns blue. Here you need to know that when the paint dries strongly changes color, it becomes 3-4 shades lighter. Thus the vase turned out to be gently blue. Then leave the vase again to dry.
Then we work gouache. Green draw out all the flowers, and clean the brush with water blur green, making a smooth transition from green to blue.
The further ruby color we decorate all the flowers on the vase.
For the cores, let’s take the yellow paint, and on the wet color, we’ll introduce a few smears of red.
Now we need to strengthen the green background of the product, creating the illusion of a bouquet. Each flower is outlined along the contours in a dark green color, and again it is washed away a little. So our flowers will become brighter and juicier.
Red and white petals give life, add to the ruby color these colors with smooth transitions from color to color.
We select the cores in black. Circle them around the contours and stretch the color (smooth transition).
We still have to draw leaves around the flowers, we will use emerald and white colors.
The neck of the vase is decorated with ruby color and the work on the vase is finished. On drying the product can be varnished.