inflatable How to Make an Inflatable Sculpture

by:JOY Inflatable     2020-05-02
The size of the inflatable sculpture ranges from a few inches high, quite short to many feet high and quite long.There are a variety of materials used to make these sculptures, the most common of which include the Mela film and the heavy plastic film, the plastic drip cloth of the picturesque home.The circle of cartoon characters is very good, which makes them a model for inflatable sculptures.
Make a simple inflatable sculpture with a stuffed animal pattern (such as a pattern sold in a fabric store) that has six to eight pieces.Open the sewing pattern for simple stuffed animals of 6 to 8 pieces.Zoom each part five times the original size.
Place the pattern block on the surface of the projector.Pull the projector back from the wall about 15 feet.Turn on the projector and tape a piece of newspaper in front of the pattern block projection.
Stick a few sheets of paper together if necessary.Track on the pattern line and repeat the process with the remaining pattern blocks.Select two pattern blocks on the back and near the bottom of the animal shape.
Draw a rectangle 6 inch wide and 12 inch long and attach it to the pattern to form a hole in the expansion sculpture.For example, the teddy bear has a circular area on the back that forms the bottom of the bear, so it will sit there.Place the rectangle directly above the curve.
The rectangles must be perfectly aligned, so when they are connected they make a tube through which you inflate the sculpture.Cut the paper sample from the news paper.Spread the drip cloth of the plastic painter in a flat area, such as a concrete floor.Eliminate any wrinkles or bumps.Place large pattern blocks on the surface of the drip cloth.
Use permanent markers to track the external edges of the pattern.Take out the paper sample and cut the paper sample of each contour.Follow the assembly instructions in the sewing pattern.
Align the first edge.
For example, a simple stuffed animal pattern requires the center front of the abdominal area as the first seam.Align the center front seam of the plastic belly pattern piece.Set the iron to a preheated "cotton" setting.
Spread a brown wrapping paper on the edge of the seam.Place the iron on the brown wrapping paper in the seam position and keep the iron in the proper position for 15 seconds.Flip the edges of the brown wrapping paper back.
Check the seams to make sure the heat of the two pieces of plastic melts together.Repeat the process for the second time if needed, and then repeat the process along the entire seam.Repeat steps 4 and 5 to assemble all plastic patterned pieces.
On the back of the sculpture, the iron is just the long edge of the rectangular tube.The narrow end is kept open to accommodate inflatable devices for inflatable sculptures.Slide a large rubber band up 10 inch on wet/dry vac.
Insert the end of the hose into the rectangular pipe you made on the back of the inflatable sculpture.Pull the large rubber band onto the plastic rectangular tube and fix it in place.Set the wet/dry vac to blow out the air from vac.
Open the wet/dry vac and inflate the sculpture
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