How do you cast a concrete exercise ball?
Apply a thin layer, about 1/8 inch thick to the surface of one side of your exercise ball. Allow the cement mixture to dry, then turn the ball and repeat until the entire ball is covered by at least an 1/8 inch of cement. If you plan on sitting on these balls, you will want to make the layer at least 1/2 inch thick.
How do you make concrete garden spheres?
Recipes for our DIY Concrete Garden Globes:
- Recipe 1 – Hypertufa. 2 parts cement. 3 parts peat moss. 3 parts perlite.
- Recipe 2 – (This is what we used!) 1 part cement. 1 part peat moss. Water.
- Recipe 3. 1 part cement. 1 part potting soil. Water.
- Recipe 4. Pure Portland cement. Water.
How do I make concrete orbs?
Concrete mix can be picked up at any hardware or big box store.
- Step 1: Prepare the Glass Globes.
- Step 2: Mix the Concrete.
- Step 3: Fill the Globes with Concrete.
- Step 4: Allow the Concrete Orbs to Dry.
- Step 5: Crack & Remove the Glass Globes from the Concrete Orbs.
How do you make hypertufa spheres?
Mix 1 part Portland cement, 1.5 part peat and 1.5 part Perlite. If you are substituting sand for Perlite use 1 part Portland cement, 1 part peat and 1 part sand. Make sure everything is well blended and any large chunks of peat are broken up. Slowly add enough water to moisten the mix.
How do you make a sphere?
Just like any other 3D body, you start with a sketch to create a sphere.
- Draw a vertical line, and connect the two ends with an arc to create a semicircle.
- Change to 3D view.
- Go to Menu > Tools > Revolve and select the filling of the closed sketch.
- Select the axis of revolution.
- Select Done.
How do you make a 3d half circle out of paper?
How to Make It
- Fold each circle in half.
- Glue one half of one circle to half of another circle so that you end up with a Y shape when viewed from the side.
- Lay the string along the crease of the open side.
- Glue the third circle over the open circle halves and string.
- Now, repeat, repeat, repeat, repeat.