The lovely flamingo, with its bright plumage, is like a fireball, a very popular ornamental bird. But red is not the true color of the flamingo's feathers, but the food it ingests.
Share lessons on making flamingos out of clay, likeable cartoon style. Apart from the feathers, the rest is easy to do. If your child also likes this unique bird, let them have a try.
There is a need to prepare:
1.Take out the green clay and make it into a flat drop shape for the water surface.
2.Take out the white clay and knead the long sliver. Make it spiral and stick to the middle of the water surface to symbolize the ripple of water.
3.Take out a piece of red clay, knead it into water drop shape, do not be too long, otherwise not good-looking. This is the body of the flamingo.
4.Take small pieces of red clay and make them drop shape. Adjust again to get the flamingo's head.
5.Take the pale pink clay and make it into a cylindrical shape and flatten it.
6.Cut it in half and start making wings.
7.Take out a straw, cut one end in half, and make a semicircle die tool. and then use it to squeeze out the pattern on the wings.
8.Use a toothpick to move inside from the side to create the shape of the wings.
9.Press a row of small holes in your wings with a modelling ball tool.
10. Then take the white clay, make small balls, and fill them into the small holes.
11.Put the wings on the sides of your body.
12. Take a little bit of black clay, knead the long strip, and cut off the sharp part with scissors.
13.Take out a little bit of the clay and rub out a long strip. Cut a small middle section with scissors and combine it with black clay to make a mouth.
14. Put your mouth on your head and use your marker to draw eyes.
15. Place the head on the body through a toothpick and wrap the toothpick in clay.
Also take two toothpicks and put them under your body as the legs of the flamingo. In the middle joint of the leg, add a little red clay.
16.Finally, put the flamingo into the green clay, and a beautiful decoration is finished!