How to make a bird model out of paper. For example a duck.
In most models, the most (and only) difficult stage is neck flexion. If you have mastered this tricky double fold, then you can easily make ANY animal model. So please read these two lessons here – “How to make a fox out of paper” and “How to make a paper dog or wolf.”
And now for you it will be just a trifle to make a bird out of paper. We will not even draw a pattern.
Take a strip of paper and bend it along.
Now straighten and bend approximately in the middle across.
Here in this place, we will do exactly the double crease through which the neck of the model rises.
We bent and got the basis for the bird model.
Now bend down the head (this is also described in great detail in those two lessons).
It used to seem that the neck was prohibitively long, and when it was bent, the whole length was spent. But now our product has acquired the obvious features of a duck or a goose. I will not draw the cutting line, but I will cut it out right away by simply eyeballing.
In the same way as we raised the neck, bend the folds on the tail.
Draw a beak and eyes. Cut out two identical teardrop-shaped wings from the resulting trim.
With wide ends, glue them into the folds on the neck of the model.
Well, telling was longer than making this bird model out of paper.
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