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The chinese horoscope animals made of recicled copper wire
I take that wire roll out my old microwave before disposing of it. And a straight nose plier.
It was pretty easy to make, just make a spring rolling the plier and pulling the wire so it take the shape of the plier.
A thin spring for the tail and after the twist of the legs continue the spring bigger for the chest, the front legs and another thin spring for the ne...
Using two wires, a short spring for the tail, a twisted body, separate the wires to make the cobra neck, join the wires again and a second spring for ...
Pretty much like the horse, but the head is the same wire as the body. Drastically change the spring thicknes to make the eyes and end up the spring i...
I couldn't make a tiger head so I tried to make it look like the tiger moldings from the costarican indians ceramics that are squared.
This was the easiest, but i had to use one piece of wire for the head, other for the wings and other for the rest.
Just a thick neck and horns already make it look like a bull.
Like with the dog, change the wire thickness to make the eyes, mouth and nose. If you want a boar just put a couple fangs in his mouth.
For the head, twisted the wire from the half, and the edges becone the horns. Then glue the head to the rest of the body.
Made of one single piece of wire. After doing this one I get the idea of make the enire horoscope.
Just big back legs and long ears.
I hate mice, but this one is ok I guess.
This one was the hardest because it's the bigest and no matter how long I cut the piece of wire, it wasn't enough to make the whole body. I ended up u...
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