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brown tissue paper How to make an artificial Bonsai tree

by:Mengsheng     2020-04-17
brown tissue paper How to make an artificial Bonsai tree
When it comes to indoor plants, is your thumb less green and more orange-like?Do you want a work of art that is very gorgeous and original?What is shown in your living room, office, study or even bedroom is work, not dead plants?Do you have a little love for summer?Arts and crafts class?With a little time, patience and skill, you can make your own bonsai.There are a lot of small things to buy, but the total cost is usually less than $60.Make at least one tree (maybe a few ). place to work 4 feet by 2 feet.7.Steak Knife (for cutting foam ).8.Needle-nose pliers.1.Paper towels (good for cheap things ).2.Glue for Elmer (or any clear glue in white)drying, water-based glue).
1 pack of thick flower stem Silk (about 18 inch long ).4.5.1 evergreen tree "spray" (plastic evergreen tree bundle, see figure-Available in Michael's ).6.1 pound of basic styling clay (gray, brown, black or otherwise ).
More may be needed depending on the size of the tree. shop tapeSomething that sticks brown or green ).11.12."Bark" (from brown paper towels to more exotic Amate tree leather paper, this can be anything.
You may have to order online.
Each pot-View Tree is unique, so make exactly the same tree over and over again, even a bit more at a time.There are a few things to consider when making a bonsai tree.What kind of tree do I want to make?What do I want it to look like?What are the bonsai trees that can be used?A part of a real tree (usually a small branch or even a driftwood that looks blurry)Like "or can be incorporated into the trunk of the tree), the bark is combined to form an entire tree.
Choosing your materials, textures, colors and shapes is important for the design tree and is limited to your imagination only.However, it is suggested to find a picture of a tree like the one you want to make and use it as a generic template.Colors, textures and shapes can be used to select your supplies to a lesser extent.
Another consideration for designing the tree is the size.Your bowl should fit the tree or the size.The bowl is too small to be a bit better, but it doesn't matter if this is what you want.
Keep in mind, though, that bonsai doesn't look like a branch planted in a flowerpot, but it looks like a fully mature tree growing in a bowl that looks too small to hold it.For example, when creating achievements in the photo above, I found several branches in the fireThe area of burn that is stripped of bark, looks weathered and can be cut into large and small to fit into the bonsai.But a little faded.Some light-colored wood stains help to bring out the color of the wood without applying artificial gloss.
Once I had my Wood size, I chose spray.
These are "green" or leaves and are more of a taste than a necessity.I prefer "Evergreen" and build my model on this basis.Please don't hesitate if you want to try something else.
The basic techniques described later can be used for various trees.Keep in mind that the more "leaves" it has, the more it will work.You have to put everything in so I can get the bowl next.
I want a 1/3 tree bowl ratio.
The wood must be smaller than it is because it is only part of the tree and does not make up the entire bottom of the tree.The $2.The 99 bowl from Wal-Mart is black outside and red inside, with a vague "Oriental" flavor that seems to work.The bark is actually paper towels or Amate paper.
I recommend Amate paper once you are satisfied with the paper towel, but both can be used from the start.It's easier to use paper towels.The green plant and the tape used to wrap it should be free.If your bark is greener in color than Brown, please use green florist tape.
If the color is different, try Brown.
The idea is to make your tree look natural.There are very few unusual color combinations in most trees.Assemble all materials at work-Be prepared for creativity.
A bonsai was planted.
This is what we have to do.
Every part of the bonsai tree is handmade.First, select the odd number of the flower stem line of the coarse flower shop.These will be part of the trunk and all the branches of your tree.
A strange number of branches is traditional in Asia, expected in bonsai.This is not mandatory.If the green in your tree design actually hides the branches, you just need enough branches to complete the tree.Next, use scissors, or cut paper towels into three quarters to 1 inch wide strips with a paper cutter, as I used.
You're going to wrap this around the wires.The thickness of your branch depends on the tightness of the package and the thickness of the paper towel.You may need to do some experiments.Start with a 45 degree angle winding (for thicker branches, smaller angles) relative to the wire, and then gently roll the wire, let the tissue wrap around the wire and guide the angle and tension as you go.
Take your time.
They don't need to be perfect, but they do need to avoid having any cable shows show up and add some volume to the show.Try to tapering the package so that one end is thicker than the other and wrap the whole wire up.Fix the end with florist tape to prevent tissue from falling off.
If there are many branches in your tree design, each branch must be a separate wire.Each wire must be packed separately (you will understand later ).The most I do is 15, but this number depends on you.
Now that you have branches, then there are green plants.What you use depends on how you proceed, but you need to make some preparations for the green plants before proceeding.In my example, I used an evergreen spray I found at Michael's.
I took the "Bud" out of the spray and left a needle-pine-like blossom.These buds come in two colors, so I separate them in color.A lighter bud that indicates "young" or new germination.
The darker is the more mature.
It helps to reinforce that your bonsai is not fake, even if it is fake.Next, I trimmed the flash on any extra plastic or bud I was going to use.The real trees don't have them.Whatever you use in a green plant, try to make sure it looks "real" from close range ".
It will also be true from a distance.
Any signs of eliminating the manual manufacturing process will help.Next, grab your "Bud" line.The Bud silk comes from the flower shop thin silk roll.Usually silver or green.I recommend Green (it's easier to hide errors ).
First cut your wire to the same length as the thick florist wire.This greatly speeds up the packing.Take the flower shop tape that color fits with your bark and greens, wrap the wires in a similar way to the branches, just keep in mind that you just need to cover the wires.It is recommended not to be too thick, especially if you have to bundle a lot of things together to form the "end" of the branch ".
Don't make them thin.
Next, cut your wire into three to 4 inch long lengths.Depending on the size of the leaves and the design of the tree, you need a wire to hold each bud, even the leaves.If you need to wrap more wires then wrap more wires.
It is best to have too few wires to wrap.
Now you can install your green plants on the wire.In my case, I pushed some tape back so the wire came out from the end.The tape should look like the back of the flower.
Attach your buds, leaves, or anything in the way you think is best.In my case, the bud in the spray already has a small hole.I pass the wire through the hole from the back and bend the wire with a pair of needlesNose pliers, cut off the excess wires (if any), then press the tape on the bottom of the bud and be careful to make it look like it belongs there.
Depending on what kind of green plants you have, you may need to stick your green plants on their branches more creatively.Keep in mind that the glue will weaken over time, but once the wire is wrapped you can stick things to the wire.Just keep it as "natural" as possible ".Rinse and repeat any leaves or buds you have or need.
The most ambitious tree I made was 15 branches and 65 buds.When you install individual buds or leaves on their wires, use florist tape to completely cover the wires, tie them together and shape them (more or less) attach each bundle to the end of the branch in a natural way.One last thought: let your green now.Don't try to do it after assembling the tree.
And then you get a mess.
We have almost a whole tree, but most people would think that all we have so far is debris in the yard.We have branches and leaves, but we lack trunk and ground.To solve this problem, we need to prepare wood, foam plastic and bowls.
The easiest way to explain this step is that the foam should be comfortably placed in a bowl, about half an inch of the Bow edge above the top of the foam.This is chaotic, so be prepared for it.Since the foam plastic forms a static attachment on the corn ground like a locust, a higher humidity environment may be better.According to the description, cut, trim and shape the foam plastic of the flower shop to make it comfortable in a bowl.
Then, use some florists tape, wrap it around the top edge of the foam block and press it into the bowl so that the foam plastic does not move and stays in the bowl.Next, cut your wood into size and shape.Place it the way you imagine, then cut it into the right size, or push it into the foam at the distance it needs to go and place it carefully.Once positioned, fix it in place using some glue and let it dry enough to continue.
Depending on your tree design, you may want to drill some holes at the top to place the branch line, or drill some holes at the bottom to hold the bolt in the foam.Nor is it mandatory.The above figure in this section shows the DingTalk blocks to be placed.Before positioning with a pin, remember not to position it with a pin.
It makes the build simpler.
Put everything together.
We have all the parts, and now is the problem of putting it together.Your artistic talents shine here.Potted trees are encouraged to grow along certain aesthetic traditions.But in this case, we just need something that looks like a tree.
We have bases, wood and branches.
The trunk of a small tree is relatively straight and flat.The appearance of an old tree is rough and mature.For bonsai, the rougher the better.In the tree at the top, the branch line is set into the foam to replicate the wide surface root system.
If you remember how the roots of the old tree extend from the trunk before they disappear, and run a few feet along the ground, you will understand.You don't just plug the branches into the foam plastic around your piece of wood.You place them one by one very carefully and carefully expose some of the wood you carefully pick, cut and prepare.
Expand the roots as you wish, making it easier to define the trunk than the flat, boring trunk.Put the thick side of the branch line into the foam and let the tapered side face the top.This gives more thickness to the bottom and helps create a more natural cone for the entire tree.
Generally, after positioning the branches, use some flower shop tape to carefully bundle them together, then bend the branches and forks or groups from the main trunk line, and put a little English on the trunk.A traditional potted tree rarely grows straight.It twists, twists and turns in three dimensions and has a general "S" shape.
Be creative, but remember that nature can only bend before it looks artificial.Once you have the basic shape of the tree (don't worry if the "branches" are too long), proceed to the next step.This is where you finish the shape of the trunk and the green plants.
It is recommended that you do these two things together, but you start at the bottom and start working.Use modeling clay, fill the areas around the trunk and roots, and shape things as you go.You don't need to texture them (like trying to make it look like bark), just do the shape well.
Once again, take your time.
You can use a tool to add wrinkles, bumps or other shapes, but don't make them too small, otherwise they will be lost when you apply the bark.Work from bottom up and add clay as needed to get the right shape.You need to start trimming and installing green plants when you are close to the branches.
Use the wire cutter to trim the branches to the length you need.Trim the Bud bundles you made earlier.Place the Bud bundles on the branches and wrap them together safely with a piece of florist tape.If you need it, you can wrap the branches (if you think about it beforehand) using the cord of the bundle for a safer installation.
Once positioned, it needs to stay where it is.Position the branches and Bud bundles as needed, and then fill any gaps or thin areas with clay to soften the branches for a more natural look.Repeat the last instruction with each branch and bundle.
Of course, you can bundle branches, but each branch should either fork for a single bundle or as per your design needs.Clay can be shaped into any basic shape you want, so once you're done, you should look at what looks like a bare tree.This being a g-We have to provide some bark for our bare trees.
This is one of the easiest steps, but very time consuming.First of all, use a small dish to add a part of the glue in a part of the water to prepare the glue.Mix well.It will be very thin.This is mandatory.You need something very thin to handle your paper towel or tree skin paper.
From the bottom, tear a small piece off your paper, about an inch wide and an inch high.You can cut them into small pieces, but I found that tearing them up creates a more natural seam and adds textures that would otherwise be missing for the tree.Next, soak in the glue for a few seconds using tweezers (to prevent your fingers from becoming sticky), get both sides, and make sure it's soft.
Then, use a brush dipped in glue, manipulate it with tweezers, and apply it to the tree in the desired position.Repeat.Repeat.Repeat.Did I repeat it?This must be done in order to cover all the trees.At the junction of the branches and buds, you can thin the tissue by gently tearing and applying a thin layer of tissue so that the edges between them are not too sudden.
You can apply paper in different directions, or shape them with brushes or other tools to create designs and textures, fold them a little, or press them in with a rough cloth, form more barkLike appearance.I started with a paper towel, but since I found out that it works better, I went to the tree paper.At first it was basically mashed flat bark, so it was natural to apply it to a small tree.
A $10.
00 sheets of paper for 15 \ "X 20 \" will be enough to make several trees.If this is not possible, color paper towels will work as long as you have the patience to apply it and texture it properly.Moss, Moss and more moss.We're almost done, but we should have some key details.
Ground and Moss.
The ground can look like anything.
Although this tends to mask all these exciting roots and other near-The ground tree details you created earlier.What I did was cut the moss into relatively small pieces.I use the filter when I chop it up, and the finer parts (for the ground skin) fall down and filter the "details" section.
It is also a good idea to change the color of Moss by chopping different kinds.There are many kinds of ideas.The ground is not a color.Once you chop the moss, pour some glue/water mixture into a bowl and start shaking the moss.It gets thick and clumsy and ugly, but when the glue starts to dry, you can better apply it around with a brush or a small and dull putty knife.
Cover all the foam plastic and push it to the tree, be careful not to cover anything you don't want to cover.Be sure to fill on the edge of the foam plastic and bowl, completely covering the foam plastic.You can even add a little lip or dent to the outer edge of the bowl to make it look like "dirt" has settled down.
Finally, take some more glue on your brush and pat the glue on the trunk on the "south" side.No matter which side it is, it is the most important side of the Dark (usually opposite the plum of the tree, as the plant grows toward light ).Once it sticks well, tap a little Moss of another color along the edge or gap to copy the old-growth moss.
Don't be too much because you don't want to cover up the details of the tree.To be honest, you don't need to put Moss on the tree.It exists strictly for visual effects.If you think it looks like a tree with no moss on it, you're done.
Now that you know how to make your own bonsai, try some changes, play your imagination and have fun decorating.They are relatively cheap to make, and most people like to get a plant that looks good and can't kill.Enjoy your tree!
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