The girl under the name madebywoodhand after graduating from the Pratt Institute decided to start their own business. She became interested in the idea of building tree houses, but there was no money for materials; then she just started collecting old boards all over New York. The craftswoman managed to collect enough material, but then winter came and her project had to be postponed.
When you look at dolls created by the talented Pskov artist Elena Kirilenko, it is simply impossible not to smile. "In the world" she is a teacher and mother of three young sons, but at the same time she finds time for creativity. For several years, Elena has been making collectible dolls, each of which is made in a single copy.
This is the country house I made - the idea came when I saw my son's textbook on Fine Arts, a paper house and decided to make a detailed master class. The paper is twisted into tubes. First, on the sides - then in the center - and then the whole tube. - I didn’t count how many I just made them as needed. We take cardboard for the basis and stick sticks like this - two are as long as they were made - the other two are shorter, we measure the ends along the length needed and we also glue them. window pro I eat that is wider than the door. Window openings and door closures are on a par - we paste the edges of the door on the sides - then we take thin tubes, which I twisted with a wooden skewer, which can be purchased at any sewing store - we cut the tubes along the height of the opening and glue them together to glue to the door opening and so that they do not tumble inside, glued inside with adhesive tape, we also glue the window opening - we cut thin tubes and paste them into the opening like this - I used double-sided tape - and windows and curtains can be made as anyone wants - I I wired it like this and inside it, too, taped it with scotch tape. We make the roof like this - fix it inside with tubes so that we don’t bend for durability. We put the roof. three steps Here they are three steps in the assembly Railing Sills with a mini flower in a pot
Surely many people remember the fun and interesting program "While all at home", as well as its equally interesting heading "crazy hands." The presenters of this rubric loved to make something incredible from improvised means and very often plastic bottles were used as these tools. That's just it turned out pretty rude and without grace.
Vincent Bal (Vincent Bal) - a man of art who works with the shadows, but as you can see in his playful scribbles there is nothing "dark". The Belgian director has always loved to draw, but last year he found his own unique style. "When I was working on a new script last April, I noticed the artistic shadow of my cup on a piece of paper.
I hope you enjoy this simple paper bird making instruction that can decorate your desktop or home interior. The instruction is so simple that even a child can make a bird with his own hands, my son really liked this job. At the end of the article you can download and print a sketch for making paper birds for free.
The simplest tripod is made of rope and bolt. Please note that the bolt is needed with an inch thread (we have adopted a metric thread), there is not everywhere but you can find it if you want, some even do it for 50 rubles to order. I think such a device should be in every photographer in a bag. Previously, I had a problem with the rope, it was constantly tangled, I found a solution to this problem, which guarantees that you will always be comfortable using a homemade tripod and you will not look silly when untangling the rope.
You will need to take a good look at the huge number of details, of which Joshua Smith creates miniature worlds. The Australian artist has a penchant for everything microscopic and his latest project captures. Central to his recent work "Temple Street" is the model of a real residential building in Kowloon City, Hong Kong.
I love to do something with my own hands! I decided to share with you an unusual way to transfer the image to a T-shirt. You can create T-shirts with your own design from photos, magazines or something else that comes to your mind. Step 1: What you will need: Scanner / Printer Thermal Sticker, transfer paper (sometimes sold in stationery stores or in stores with hobby goods) Printer paper sheet Computer T-shirt Iron glue Magazines, Photographs, etc.
Author: Natalya Dubinina Nameplate is a small piece of colored thick cardboard with an inscription. It is indispensable in postcards, gift envelopes and packaging. This is convenient - ready-made labels for all cases. See different ways to mount it!
Today I want to share one of my many sources of inspiration - the works of Latvian artist Linda Brik. On the Internet pages of her social networks, she says that her passion for felting (or wool felting) began 10 years ago. Now she lives in Riga with her family and creates amazing, such real birds and animals made of wool, incredible decorations ... Perhaps, I can not even single out one thing, my favorite, in her work!
I present to your attention a small photo workshop for lovers of the effect of strong aging 🙂 1 technique - Brushing a wooden surface that does not have a pronounced texture (I show with a lime tree), followed by toning. We all know that it is possible to retract a wooden surface mechanically, which has a pronounced texture (wood pattern).
She is a mystery herself. How to buy her doll to a mere mortal is not known for certain. They say that it is necessary to sign up for the months ahead ... And despite the fact that she regularly conducts master classes, and her book is partially available in wide access to the Internet. She is a papier-mâché enchantress with impeccable taste. Her dolls are elegant and recognizable.
I want to share with you the idea embodied by experience. Perhaps someone will find this interesting. I think that in every home of the craftswoman there are a lot of different things from the category of “what if it comes in handy”. No offense is said - judging only by itself. I, for example, have collected a decent amount of knit T-shirts, T-shirts and turtlenecks from my kids.
In this master class, I will show one exercise. It must be done to all those involved in the bas-relief and has at least minimal experience. And beginners can take note, it is useful. Exercise is - fast work with relief. For artists, this is called ala prima, with one touch. I think it will be useful to apply to the relief.
Spring is my favorite season. After a long winter so want something light and tender, and a better theme than the first flowers - not to find. Moreover, the nature of the work is now available almost all year round in pots: crocuses, daffodils, tulips, primroses, muscari, hyacinths and more. And in the cut you can find the rarest flowers.
Jewelry made of epoxy resin and dried flowers always evoke thoughts of warm days, of hot summers or delicate spring. Here we have just the last case, and to make such a cute bunny rabbit, we need a little inspiration and a few necessary tools. First you need to prepare everything you need: resin and hardener; wooden stick for mixing resin; plastic disposable cup; medical gloves; wooden blank; acrylic brush and paint; PVA glue; dried flowers; toothpick; file and cover or jar (cup), which will close the blank.
Briton Giles Newman, an artist inspired by nature, modern and Celtic culture, once realized that he wanted his drawings to be passed on from generation to generation, and decided to embody them in a tree with an ax and knife. In my opinion, it turns out he is just wonderful. Moreover, the form for this embodiment, he chose a rather functional - Giles cuts off spoons.
As you can see in the photo, the flowers are very beautiful if you use paper of different colors. Such a decoration will suit any holiday, and children will squeak with delight if you show them how easy it is. Credit: www.mamasgonecrafty.com Here's what you need: Color paper Cardboard or thick paper (for the base) Pencil ruler Scissors Compass or Printer (if you are too lazy to draw circles with a compass, then at the end of the article there are links to ready-made files for printing on a printer) .