Bella Hadid shows off her toned figure in shorts and a crop top as she learns the art of glassblowing

It seems that Bella Hadid has found a new hobby that shows off her artistic side.

On Sunday, the catwalk queen took to her Instagram page and posted a step-by-step video of herself making her own glass piece using classic glassblowing techniques in a workshop.

Considering the extreme temperatures required from start to finish to create glass, Bella chose to keep her clothing to a minimum and wore skimpy white shorts with a cropped purple sports top.

Showing her creative side: Bella Hadid, 25, learned the classic art of glassblowing to create her own glass piece and posted a video to her Instagram page on Sunday

Glass is made by heating sand to an extremely high temperature, turning it into a malleable liquid. When it solidifies, a piece of glass emerges in the shape the creator molded it into.

In the video, viewers find Bella in the process of working to shape the molten, red-hot material.

She can be seen sitting down and banging her scorching hot material on a long, sharp, wrench-like tool that was attached to a hollow blowrod about a meter long.

Concerned about safety, she wore goggles to protect her eyes.

Shaping: The video shows Bella in the process of sculpting the molten, red-hot material attached to a blowstick

Shaping: The video shows Bella in the process of sculpting the molten, red-hot material attached to a blowstick

Working on it: An instructor is heard offering a few tips while turning the object around until a small hole begins to form

Working on it: An instructor is heard offering a few tips while turning the object around until a small hole begins to form

Dose of Heat: At the end of the first clip, Bella gets up and gives the hot material another dose of intense heat by placing it in a fiery furnace

Dose of Heat: At the end of the first clip, Bella gets up and gives the hot material another dose of intense heat by placing it in a fiery furnace

You can hear an instructor giving her a few tips spins this object round and round to the point where a small hole starts to form.

At the end of the first clip, Bella gets up and gives the hot material another dose of intense heat by placing it in the fiery oven.

For the next phase, the instructor assists Bella and slowly rotates the blowstick as she sands down the still-molten red piece with two black blocks.

The heat is so intense that you can see steam floating in the air as they continue the grinding process.

Grinding: In the next phase, the instructor helps Bella and slowly rotates the blowstick while she grinds down the still-molten red piece with two black blocks

Grinding: In the next phase, the instructor helps Bella and slowly rotates the blowstick while she grinds down the still-molten red piece with two black blocks

Taking shape: The top model continues to grind the object

Taking Shape: Bella keeps shaping the piece with the sanders

Teamwork: Bella and the instructor work together to shape the molten hot object using these two black blocks

Trippy: Bella gave her 53.7million Instagram fans and followers a glimpse of what her glass piece looks like at this stage in the process

Trippy: Bella gave her 53.7million Instagram fans and followers a glimpse of what her glass piece looks like at this stage in the process

More Intense Heat: At one point, the Washington, DC native can be seen kneeling down and using a small propane tank to heat up the subject in order to make a few more edits

More Intense Heat: At one point, the Washington, DC native can be seen kneeling down and using a small propane tank to heat up the subject in order to make a few more edits

At one point, the Washington DC native can be seen kneeling down with a small tank of propane to heat the object up and make a few more edits.

“Oh yes, that’s that one,” a male voice is heard saying off-camera as they continue to rotate the object as they poke at it with that sharp tool.

As the process continues, Bella sits down and rotates the blowstick back and forth while resting in a circular platter that she holds with her right hand.

“It’s a perfect shape,” says the instructor encouragingly.

“Here it is, ladies and gentlemen,” the man continues, just as Bella gets up to blow into the pole to expand the molten, hot material to form a glass or vase of sorts.

Example: The catwalk queen chalked out the shape of her piece that she wanted to achieve

Example: The catwalk queen chalked out the shape of her piece that she wanted to achieve

Rounding it out: As the process continues, Bella sits down and rotates the blowstick back and forth while resting in a circular platter that she holds with her right hand

Rounding it out: As the process continues, Bella sits down and rotates the blowstick back and forth while resting in a circular platter that she holds with her right hand

Main Stage:

Main Stage: “Here it is, ladies and gentlemen,” the man behind the camera continues as Bella starts blowing the pole

Expand: The blowing phase expands the material to form the desired shape

Expanding: The instructor helps rotate the blowstick while expanding the molten piece

Expand: Bella then blows into the rod to expand the molten material to form a type of glassware

Ancient Technique: In glassblowing, a mass of heat-softened glass is formed by blowing air through a tube, or in this case a rod

Ancient Technique: In glassblowing, a mass of heat-softened glass is formed by blowing air through a tube, or in this case a rod

The final clip features a close-up of Bella spinning the glass while adding some intricate touches to the piece with a prong-like tool.

In glassblowing, a heat-softened mass of glass is formed by blowing air through a tube

It is said to have been invented by Syrian craftsmen in the area of ​​Sidon, Aleppo, Hama and Palmyra in the 1st century BC Britannica.

The technology has remained essentially the same to this day.

Ancient art form: According to Britannica, glassblowing was invented in the 1st century BC.  invented by Syrian artisans in the area of ​​Sidon, Aleppo, Hama and Palmyra

Ancient art form: According to Britannica, glassblowing was invented in the 1st century BC. invented by Syrian artisans in the area of ​​Sidon, Aleppo, Hama and Palmyra

Lovin' it: The glass blowing technique has basically remained the same to this day

Lovin’ it: The glass blowing technique has basically remained the same to this day

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