Quilled galleon "Golden Hind"
Let me show you today my new three-dimensional quilled creation. This is a model of a sailboat, or to be precise — the galleon "Golden Hind" . I started this project about a year ago, but couldn't finish it until recently.
For this ship miniature I used mainly black, yellow and brown quilling strips 1/8" wide (3 mm), as well as pieces of black and yellow colored paper.
The masts are crafted out of wooden toothpicks painted with acrylic paint, the sails out of Korean paper of a special type that somewhat resembles crepe paper. The tiny steering wheel can be turned :) The anchors are made of paper, too, and painted with a metallic marker.
The vessel is placed on a cardboard base coated with wood pattern self-adhesive foil, under a plastic display dome. The display dome is one that comes with Play-Doh Make 'n' Display kits.
The ship measures 2 3/4 inches (7 cm) in height and 3 5/8 inches (9.2 cm) in length.
If you like ships and sailboats made with paper quilling, visit the blog Quilling by Marius, where you will find beautiful quilled ships, although not miniature ones.
have a good weekend
Nati from Brazil
Every bit as thorough. Wonderful!
ur comments in my blog....OMG.....i never dreamt in Life....
Thank U sooooooooooooooooooooo very much Inna....I admire, adorn "U" as my Quilling Teacher...Each blogpost of ur blog is such a guidance to all beginners like me....I have been loooooooooooooonging for this day....When i will receive appreciation from U especially....U made MY DAY....I cannot forget this day in my life....Thanks so very much....Inna...
It looks like something that should be housed in an art museum on permanent display.