To make a Styrofoam fish model, paint a foam egg, cut the fringe and glue it on, make the fish's face and mount the model onto a foam disc. Making a foam fish model takes roughly one hour plus paint drying time and requires one 7-inch foam egg, one 8-inch foam disc, one pair of 12-millimeter wiggle eyes, one red chenille stem, one 16-inch wooden dowel, glue, spray paint, scissors and five colors of tissue paper.Know More
Use foam-safe paint to spray the egg the desired fish color. Allow to dry.
Fold one color of tissue paper in half. Measure down 7 inches, and cut across. Fold the tissue paper in half again. Starting at the unfolded edge, cut three-quarters of the way down in half-inch segments. Repeat this procedure with two different colors of tissue.
Measure 16 inches of a fourth color of tissue, and cut. Fold this in half, and repeat the procedure for cutting the fringe. Make another long fringe out of the final tissue color.
Starting at the widest part of the egg, apply glue all the way around about one-third of the way from the end. Position the folded end of a short fringe strip around the glue, then press down, hiding the seam under the fish. Move up a half-inch, and repeat so that the second fringe overlaps the first. Repeat with the third short fringe.
Poke a hole in the wide end of the fish. Squirt glue inside the hole. Gather the two long fringe pieces, and twist them around each other. Insert the gathered end of the fringe into the hole, and allow the glue to dry.
Poke a small slit in the front of the fish. Cut a 6-inch piece of chenille, and coil it into a tight circle. Fold this circle in half. Insert the chenille coil so that the outer edges make the lips. Glue the wiggle eyes in place.
Poke the dowel into the bottom of the fish, then mount it onto the foam disc.
Making a model of the Globe Theatre can be accomplished from scratch using the scale and design of the globe or model kits can be purchased and assembled per the supplied instructions. The Globe Theatre is known throughout the world as the theater that hosted many of Shakespeare's plays. The original building no longer exists, but a replica has been erected using archaeological evidence of the original building as well as what scholars know about theater in William Shakespeare's time.Full Answer >
To make a model of a sphinx, roll clay into a hot dog-shape. Then, roll a ball of clay, and attach it to the body. Mold the head, and roll out the legs. Add details, and allow to dry.Full Answer >
Make your own face paint to avoid exposing your skin to chemicals and allergens found in commercial products. A simple non-toxic recipe requires solid white shortening, cornstarch, white flour, glycerin and food coloring or fruit juice; you also need a paintbrush, tissue, soap and water. Simply blend the ingredients together until a creamy mixture is formed, add color and apply it to your face.Full Answer >
To make fringe, cut equal lengths of yarn, pull it folded through a stitch on the scarf, draw the ends through the folded bit to create a knot, and trim the edges evenly. For a single scarf, the process shouldn't take longer than 30 minutes.Full Answer >