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Watch our Craft Expert Naveen show you how to make a three dimensional Bird using coloured paper, old CDs, scissors  and glue. Start with our sketch, all you need to do is think in geometric forms, like a low poly illustration. I recommend drawing with the basic shape tools (in this case rectangles with the Rectangle Tool (M)) rather than using the Pen Tool (P). In some parts like the legs, just erase the anchor points by putting the Pen Tool (P) over the node and you will see a little minus sign (-) just click to remove the nodes that you don't need.
For this illustration, I'm going to use a variety of greys depending on the placement of the planes to the light source. First of all, thanks to Marubundo for sharing this cute paper model, his own art work and that’s what makes it all very special! After a moment, if I can completely make all of them, I can open a zoo of paper sparrow for sure Only if the author could make a slightly different pose for each bird. Now if the bird is made out of paper, our body base will be a hexagonal prism (in red on the screenshot), the head and rear (blue) are like extensions of the hexagonal shape and the tails and legs can be like folded paper (green). Simply Copy and Paste in Front, grab the side of the shape you wish to move with the Direct Selection Tool (A) and drag in place.
First of all duplicate the base shape, then use the Direct Selection Tool (A) to then click the line between the nodes (pink circle) adjust it. This is because the lines will be more precise and clean, and you only need to focus on removing some nodes or scale between certain nodes.

Below is a selection of gradients, both Radial and Linear which I'll be using throughout the design. You can set the Opacity of the bird to 50% so you can see the different shades of grey underneath. Put it over your drawing and paint it with the blue fill (#10AEE5) then in the Transparency panel set the Blending Mode to Soft Light. I hope you've learned how to create a folded paper, geometric bird and can carry on those tips into future projects. We gather free unique, creative crafts and models we find around the internet as well as publishing our own works and projects. If you are guessing what type of bird is this, it’s called Padda oryzivora (Java sparrow, Ricebird, Reisfink, Padda de Java, or Buncho). But it doesn’t matter anyway, because there are more than 30 colors for you to choose.
Then with the Scale Tool (S), click-drag to adjust the shape as you need it, this is pretty useful in creating symmetrical designs.
I like to place my colors on the artboard and use the Eyedropper Tool (I) to sample the colors for each shape. As before, you can select shapes and then using the Eyedropper Tool (I), select the planes you wish to fill with the relevant gradients. If you're interested, you can join us by submitting your art work to share with our many wonderful readers.

The patterns and designs look similar but it comes in extra colors variation for each type – Normal (Wild type), Sakura (Pied), Silver (Opal), Fawn (Isabel, Cinnamon), White, etc.
They are actually more than enough for me to handle – 2 types of sparrow and there is even a black and white template which will depends on users on how to decorate it. We'll be working from a sketch to create a 3D looking paper bird and utilizing gradients to create depth.
With this method, you'll avoid any gaps in the design as all necessary sides should be flush. It also works by selecting a group of nodes and when you select the Scale Tool, the alternation of the scale will happen in the center of the nodes.
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