He was born in March.
Length: 17 cm.
Special signs: can stand on the tail.
Type of creativity/technique/style: cotton papier-mache.
2. Universal PVA glue (we checked the PVA m rainbow glue).
3. Brush bristle number 11 (or so).
4. Brush protein number 3 and number 7.
5. Copper wire for the frame diameter of 2 mm.
Working hours: 2 days (with breaks).
Difficulty : 1.
Sketch. You can draw or find a suitable image and print it in natural size. We will check the sketch throughout the work.
In accordance with the sketch, we make the frame. The connection points are firmly squeezed with pliers.
Wrap the frame with cotton wool. Loosely, starting with the most voluminous places of the cat. Paws and tail are not touched yet.
With the help of threads, we give all this a shape that vaguely resembles what we are trying to achieve.
We add cotton wool where it was not enough.
And again we form it.
It's time for glue. We tear off pieces of 5 by 7 cm from the roll of cotton wool (this is not important, it may be more convenient for you to work with your own size). Let the thickness of the pieces be as it is unwound from the roll. Take the brush bristles and carefully smear the pieces of cotton wool with PVA glue on both sides. And we stick them on the cat)
Let it dry. The crust should be firm. If in some places it is punctured, glue more cotton wool to it.
Take a long and narrow piece of cotton, smear with glue and wrap the paw from top to bottom.
We do the same with the other legs. Front and back) Dry.
If we think that somewhere there is not enough volume, take a piece of cotton wool, smear with glue and glue.
In General, do not hesitate to form the beast as long as we don't like him)
Go to the face. This is the most important moment. Using small pieces of cotton wool, we form the nose and cheeks.
Dry and hurray-the albino cat is ready!
In some capacity, very liquid hover the desired color for the main background.
And cover the cat with it, leaving the lighter areas unpainted.
For light places, the paint needs to be diluted several times stronger.
Without waiting for the cat to dry, take a darker paint and draw stripes. By
wet cotton wool they will be very nice to spread out. But the brush should not be very wet, otherwise the strips will completely float away. (We advise you to try it in inconspicuous places, and if you don't like it, you can wash off the strip with a brush and draw it again)
When the cat is all covered with stripes, leave it to dry well. Draw eyes and mouth will be dry cat.
With a thin brush, we paint the cat's face with a squirrel.
We are happy to see a new pet in the house :)