Goodison Park is a football stadium in the Walton area of Liverpool, England. It has been the home stadium of Premier League club Everton F.C. since its completion in 1892. Located in a residential area 2 miles north of Liverpool city centre, it has an all-seated capacity of 39,414.
There have been a lot of fans love and have many beautiful memories with this stadium. So we decided to build a model of Goodison Park stadium with the main material as bamboo wooden sticks.
These are materials with very high artistic properties, in addition they are very environmentally friendly, easy to decompose or reuse. If you love this stadium and love the environment then this is the perfect choice for you.
The Goodison Park stadium model KIT includes all the things you need to be able to make yourself a complete model of Goodison Park stadium. In addition, we include the design drawings and instructional video below, to help you do everything easily.
Tutorial step by step:
Step 1: First, You can download the drawing, and stick the tape on the drawing to protect the drawing from being pasted or damaged during the construction of the stadium. (0:30)
Step 2: Cut the bamboo toothpick into standard sized segments as shown in the drawing. Then place on the drawing and apply glue to create the correct shape and size of the stadium frame (0:32)
Step 3: Do the same to get all the other frames (0:39)
Step 4: Using a scissors or a knife, separate the main yard on the drawing and stick it on the foam board (0:42)
Step 5: Attach the frames just made in step 3 on the drawing that has been pasted on the foam board. (0:52)
Step 6: Continue to attach wooden sticks to the drawing to create a stadium for the stadium. Attach the wooden sticks tightly and snugly on the drawing, leaving only the text (1:14)
Step 7: Similarly, we continue with the remaining stands.
Step 8: Color the stands with spray paint(1:49)
Step 9: Use wooden sticks that has been painted in a different color from the color of the stands, cut it into segments and attach it to the text on the stands(1:53)
Step 10: Then attach the finished stands pieces to the frames that were mounted on the model in step 5. (2:20)
Step 11: Use the ruler to add lines. (2:38)
Step 12: Attach the wooden sticks onto the drawing to create walls around the stands. On the inside of the walls, attach some pieces of wooden sticks of different colors to create window panes. (3:05)
Step 13: Do the same to create other walls, then attach to the stands.
Pay attention to sealing all corners of the stands.
Step 14: Continue to attach wooden sticks to the drawing to make new walls to create a series of exhibition halls, waiting rooms, and players’ dressing rooms.
Bước 15: This step, we attach the bamboo toothpick to a plane that fits the surrounding frame to create the roof for the stands.
Step 16: Cut wooden sticks into segments, reattach to form frames attached to the roof of the stands. Create a simple architecture for the roof. (5:20)
Step 17: Continue to do the same, create roofs for other stands. (5:48)
Step 18: Use an artificial grass carpet to make a football field inside. (5:59)
Bước 19: Spray a coat of gloss over the entire stadium. (6:01)
Bước 20: After painting, put text on the positions of the stadium. (6:10)
So we have completed Everton FC’s Goodison Park stadium with only wooden slats. Good luck!
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