Jointed Animals

 

You may size the drawings on your computer and print the parts or using the background grid draw the parts to required size on a large sheet of paper.

The instructions suggest using a nail and bending the end over to join the parts, a much more elegant solution is to use a barrell bolt, they may have to be cut to length with a hacksaw.

Camel

Cut one body and two each of the legs from thin plywood.

Giraffe

jointed giraffe

May be made of 3/16" or 1/4" stock. When put together, the two pieces for the body are separated by the neck, tail and two circular pieces.

Pig

 

Teddy Bear

This animal has two pieces for the body. The head and two circular pieces hold these two pieces apart. The head and legs move on tight joints so that the bear will stay in the desired position.

Dog

This dog may be made of 3/16" or 1/4" stock. When put together, the two pieces for the body are separated by the head, tail and two circular pieces. The legs are fastened to the outside of the body by two long nails that reach thru the five thicknesses. The ends of the nails are bent back.

Smooth the parts and color white, with large black spots on head, back, tail and legs.

 

 


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