In this year everyone is simply obliged to haveyourself figure dragon. It is a symbol of the year that can bring success, prosperity and well-being to all dwellers. The dragon is a very interesting animal, whose appearance depends on which part of the world it is described in. We know the beautiful horned and winged dragons, whom it is customary to depict at the New Year in the East in street performances, and whose figures are exhibited on the festive table. They are single-headed, have a bright coloration, often red or yellow. This is a mythical creature, but it's not terrible. There is another version of the Snake Gorynycha about the three heads - also a dragon, but already western. He breathes fire, but he can also look quite innocuous and attractive.
Whom you would not choose as the symbol of the year,You can render it using modular origami. The dragon turns out to be voluminous, very attractive and pretty. It's feasible even for a child - to create a figure in the style of origami. A dragon from the modules can become both an independent craftsman and a funny gift on the occasion of a holiday for relatives and friends. In addition, it is quite realistic to organize leisure for the whole family - that's what plus art origami. A dragon for beginners from the modules will require only a hundred folded leaves, but the pleasure will bring quite real. The technique of manufacturing modules is known and described on sites that specialize in master classes. Here the main thing is to observe proportions, you can choose the size yourself. That and well modular origami - the dragon can get the size and up to a meter, all at the request of the creators! And it is much easier for children to twist large triangles.
So, the most important thing for a start is to learn thatsuch a modular origami. A dragon of any kind consists of small triangles of the same size, fastened together without glue. The module itself allows you to connect it to others of the same type. By and large, it is not at all difficult to learn the techniques that modular origami uses. The dragon, however, as a creature of a complex structure, requires a fairly decent amount of these very modules - about 1000 for one beast. Chains of modules due to the frictional force remain securely fastened - they can be bent, closed and get the base of any shape - a circle of modules. Next, the modules of the second circle are threaded onto the workpiece and so on. In order for the figure to acquire the desired shape, you can increase or decrease the number of modules in each circle. To do this, the next module is either planted on two belonging to the previous circle, or vice versa, two new ones are planted on one module. Everything is extremely simple, but it is necessary to accurately consider the number of elements in each chain, like loops when knitting. Especially seriously it is necessary to relate to the connection of modules of different colors - in the finished figure the flaws of the wrong sequence are clearly seen in the diagram.
By and large, the modules themselves retain the figureand do not let it crumble. However, such details as wings, paws and heads will need to be glued to the trunk. Here is another secret: you need to choose the right place for attaching limbs to balance the center of gravity of the finished figure. If everything is selected correctly, then the origami dragon will stand quite stably on its own. Of course, it's best to use PVA glue - and reliably, and there will be no traces.
Here, in fact, and all the cunning art origami.Do not be afraid to take on the performance of even seemingly complex figures at first glance - in fact, with enough attention and patience, it's all right to even carry out a novice. Origami is akin to any needlework: it's hard to string beads for the first time, it's difficult to create the first embroidery with a cross, but how hard it is to knit without tightening or loosening the product when the knitting needles only hit the hands! But it will take literally two days - and the skill will be formed remarkably. And origami modules are much easier than knitting loops!