Suport perete cu iasca. In poza urmatoare este prezentat un suport rustic care poate fi folosit ca suport pentru o foare sau pentru diverse obiecte de decor. Constructia acestui produs de artizanat este destul de simpla, si anume: am folosit o iasca cu o forma de consola, care la periferie este semicirculara iar partea superioara bombata acoperita cu o crusta dura cu incretituri concentrice, partea inferiora este plana, de culoare bruna. Eu am montat-o cu partea plana in sus deci invers de cum a crescut pe copac. Dimensiuni: iasca are partea plata cu lungimea de 20 cm si latimea de 15 cm; copacelul din stanga are inaltimea de 35 cm iar cel din dreapta are inaltimea de 20 cm( de unde este prins in iasca).
Support tinder wall. The next picture is given a rustic support that can be used as support for an all too or various decorative objects. Construction of this product is fairly simple craft, namely: I used a console with a form of tinder, which is semicircular periphery and covered with a domed top crust tough concentric folds, substantially lower side is flat, dark brown. I installed it with the flat side up so the opposite of how the tree grew. Dimensions: tinder the payment has length of 20 cm and 15 cm wide, tree on the left has height of 35 cm and at the right height is 20 cm (where it is caught in the tinder)
Vaza rustica. In urmatoarele doua poze ii prezentata o vaza rustica pentru flori ornamentale confectionata dintr-un varf de pin , sipci , sfoara de canepa si aracet. Principiul de constructie ii destul de simplu , prima data am facut trei placi in forma de triunghi isoscel (pentru imbinarea sipcilor am folosit aracet care dupa uscare devine incolor) si pe urma placile le-am asamblat in forma de piramida (pentru imbinarea placilor am folosit sfoara de canepa). Am folosit un lac cu nuanta de nuc. Aceasta lucrare a fost expusa la Galeria de Arta Traditionala Cluj Napoca (S.C. Romanian Folk Art S.R.L.) de pe str. Napoca, nr.25.
Rustic vase. In these two pictures I presented a rustic vase for decoration, made from a pinch of pine strips, hemp rope and polyvinyl acetate. The construction principle is quite simple, first time I made three plates in the shape of an isosceles triangle (for joining strips which I used after drying becomes colorless polyvinyl acetate) and then we assembled plates form a pyramid (I used for joining boards hemp rope). I used a shade of walnut lake. This work has been exhibited at the Gallery Traditional Art Cluj Napoca (Romanian Folk Art SRL SC) on the street Napoca, No.25.
In the 2nd picture I used a beech tree (I've put up the stem so it really is supported by branches of little tree make this statement because the first impression seems to be a root) and a thick stone 8 mm I wrote: "In life and in death, wasting years begging moments"
In the third picture I used a twig, stone and rope (for best supporting stone)
In the 4th I used two pieces of a branch of the hornbeam, stone and a basket. On he stone I wrote: "The secret of success: fall of 7 times, get up 8 times.
The last picture I used a piece of a pine bough and a stone. The quote used here is: "Life is consume, consume some, others are consumed
-Tree: growing in mountainous areas in which the wind and because it increases in the shapes and have very high tensile strength compared with thick branches. He was cleared of bark with a small knife, peel's is quite difficult, because the bark does not have sap that is why other types of trees, sap bank almost there, perhaps because the environment in which they live , grows on earth in which there are few places on rocks. Another reason that it's hard to peel is because of its shape,its limbs are curved and presents all kinds of dimples. I mounted tree on the edge of the fir tree holes with a drill for wood with diameter approximately equal to the thickness strains little tree. And this product at all joints I used polyvinyl acetate which after drying becomes colorless, the polyvinyl acetate is very resistant to moisture.
-Table with chairs: it was easier, I cut five pieces of tooth-chairs a limb for these seats is actually named pipe (popular term) and are obtained from a log tree. Table I cut a branch thicker than the one used for seating.
- Fence: the fence with little straw is still used in my area, so just try to keep the tradition in these landscapes, trying to show people the charm of this type of fence. Poles (the normal size is called stempti) fence I cut a branch of the horn. Horn is a medium to large screw, deciduu, or more rarely a small tree, height between 5 and 12 m , bark brown and green twigs. The leaves are opposite, 4- 10 cm long and 2- 4 cm wide, ovoid shape. The flowers are small (5- 10 mm in diameter), with four yellow petals, gathered in groups of 10-25, and bloom before the leaves appear. Fruits (the horns) are red drupe, oblong, 2 cm long and 1.5 cm in diameter, containing a single seed.
For rods we used weeping and weeping willow branches, the popular name of " Willow " comes from the Latin Salix in Romanian. It is also called osier, osier rods (mostly red osier Salix purple) interweave paporniţe baskets. On the right bank of the Prahova, 128.5 km , is a willow (Salix fragilis L.) of approximately 200 years. Willow contains salicin, a substance similar to acetyl salicylic acid found in aspirin. Willow wood is of lower quality even it can not be used as firewood because it burns not only smokes. Unlike the related genus Populus (poplar), willow wood can be used to manufacture matches. The trunk sticks may be knotty, bark with cracks, reaching a height more than 3- 4 meters , but some species can reach up 10- 15 meters and air
I made holes with a drill for wood, in which I installed poles sticking up with polyvinyl acetate. After drying of polyvinyl acetate I braided willow branches around the pillars.
The well-sweep model: for pole of sweep I used a branch of the horn which has a branch for balance, I used a thin crescent branch. I use wood because corn is among the most resistant wood, and I even read that I take the timber in Europe . It owes its very slow growth toughness in thin layers, increases throughout Europe, but it seems that Romania is the most common
For bucket and counterweight I used two pieces of a branch of the tree I choped it to resemble a bucket.
-Balaam, I made a piece of pine branch, we used essentially as it is softer and can more easily work. I made a dent with a sharp knife and the help with saw join. Vala is denim: the trough, chute, chute, laptoc, gutter, trough.<
Rustic landscape picture. Pictured below is a "rustic landscape (landscape is part of nature that form an artistic whole, and is caught in a glance, view, own part of a certain territory, resulting from the combination of factors created by natural factors man). It is only natural cleaning tree bark and beech is of the essence. Besides the tree can be seen a fence of twigs, a fountain hold "watershed" and a table with chairs is made of fir mourn, as is done in a normal size
In aceasta poza ii un alt produs de artizanat confectionat dintr-o creanga ,noduri de brad care au fost scoase din scanduri uscate si o bucata de margina de fag.
In this picture I made another handicraft product in a branch, knots of fir that were removed from dried planks and a piece of beech edge