Painting from conventional napkins

Overclocking is a fascinating form of creativity. From the usual paper napkins is created the original work, which looks very impressive in the interior. For cutting, you need the simplest materials that can be found in any home. For work, you will need napkins of different colors, landscape sheet, PVA glue, a non-sharpened pencil (brush or pen without a rod), scissors, a ruler. And a lot of patience.
 You will need to work
Trimming is hard work, requiring a lot of patience, but not difficult at all. You can safely connect the kids to work, because these are excellent exercises for the development of fine motor skills, accuracy and attention. On the landscape sheet to draw a sketch of the future work.
 draw a sketch
If there are any flaws, you can not erase them, because in the finished work of the foundation will not be visible.The drawing should contain large parts, because the small ones will not work out by facing. Pictures in this technique are perfect for decorating a child’s room, and as a basis you can take pictures from children's coloring. If you plan to insert the work into the finished frame, then it is better to do it right after the sketch is drawn. In this case, there will be no wrinkling of napkins, because the finished work is quite gentle. First you need to prepare napkins. They must be cut into small squares with a side of 2 cm.
 cut into small squares
You don’t need to cut a lot of napkins to do the work. This A4 picture took 3 white, 4 green, 6 blue and one blue and yellow napkin each. For easy storage and use, you can put all the squares in a small box. So they will not hesitate, and will not scatter around the room, like moths. Put together 2 squares of the same color. Place a cleaned pencil or pen without a rod in the center of the square and slightly wrap the tip of the napkin like a kulechek.
 winding a napkin
smearing a small section of the picture with glue and applying" bags "To glue.The next piece of napkin is glued as close as possible, and so on until the end of the work. The tighter the squares of napkins are glued, the more beautiful the picture is.