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Volumetric picture do-it-yourself: 3D technology in the house (52 photos)

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Interior decoration is the final stage of repair or change of furnishings. Of course, exclusive decorations are valued above all, but they are very expensive and do not always fit the decoration of the room. But many beautiful and modern things can be done by hand. For example, such a fashionable and unusual decoration as three-dimensional paintings. They can be made from a variety of materials: paper, cardboard, leather, wool, beads, putty. Undoubtedly, in every home there will be unnecessary residues from any work, and the missing ones can be easily bought in stores for creativity.


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Bulk pictures of paper with their own hands

It’s easiest to start with a paper picture - paper is cheap, it is not difficult to buy it, and the range in stores is huge. To create a three-dimensional picture, we need:

  • paper;
  • stationery knife;
  • scissors, paint;
  • colored cardboard;
  • PVA glue;
  • frame with low sides;
  • suitable plot.

From the frame we will pull out the glass and paste over the substrate with plain paper. It will serve as the background. The creation of three-dimensional parts is to cut a piece of paper or cardboard part and be partially glued to the background. Separate parts need to be painted and allowed to dry before gluing.


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Beautifully look butterflies, flowers, animal figures, bouquets pasted in this way. The application will successfully complement the individual elements made in the technique of quilling. The so-called narrow composition, twisted into spirals, long strips of paper are called. We will remove the finished three-dimensional picture back into the frame and determine it to a permanent place.


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To create such a picture is not necessary to buy expensive new skin. The whole pieces will come from worn items: bags, boots, raincoats and even gloves. The skin can be painted with acrylic paints, if not found to match the color. In general, the technology of creating a three-dimensional picture of leather is no different from the same paper.


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Each needlewoman has stocks of fabrics and a lot of patches left over from sewing. A good hostess will always find use for them. Patchwork - a patchwork technique - has long been known and combines the beauty of well-chosen patchwork and practicality. A skilled seamstress will be able to create from them a real work of art that they want to consider for a long time.


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Now the pieces of the picture need to be set up on the background on the sewing machine, using a small zigzag and picking up threads to match or contrast. Individual small elements of the picture can be embroidered manually. At the end of the finished application of fabric gently pull on the heel on top of the batting and secured on the back with glue. Now you can assemble the frame by inserting the glass and the backdrop with the finished picture.


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Another technique for creating three-dimensional cloth paintings is to cut out individual parts of the picture from thick cardboard, stick foam rubber of the same size on them and cover it with fabric on top. After all the pieces are covered with fabric, they should be assembled on a backing and glued tightly to each other, leaving no gaps.

We will need:

  • beads of the desired color and size;
  • threads;
  • needles;
  • ready story for embroidery;
  • frame.

If you have never dealt with embroidery and beads before, you can go the simple way: buy a ready-made set for embroidery with beads. If you are ready to take on the work more difficult, then you will need to choose a drawing for the future picture and independently choose the necessary beads for it in the store.

You probably already had to work with putty. For example, seal the seams before painting or level cracks in the walls before sticking wallpaper. With minimal skills to work with a spatula, you can try to make a three-dimensional picture of putty with your own hands.

Such paintings look luxurious, but require great effort and perseverance. For work you will need chisels, a special knife-jamb, furniture lacquer, wood stain and wooden canvas. It is necessary to transfer the picture to a tree and cut along the contour with a knife the grooves of different depths in order to give the image a volume. The stain of different colors will give even more volume. Finish the painting varnish.

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