A few people have sent me photos of the paper mache dragon trophies they have made recently. I think they are all great!
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Here is Lee’s first dragon trophy. Excellent job! What a great attitude.
And this is Lee’s second trophy. Equally wonderful!
First is Mary’s paper mache mechanical octopus. Just amazing!
This is Davide’s paper mache dragon trophy. Just a great job!
Ben’s made two great paper mache dragons. This little guy. So fun!
And Ben’s dragon trophy. Very nice work!
And here is Arin’s paper mache dragon trophy. Look how well it matches the color scheme of the room! Excellent job!
Below is Steve’s first attempt. Not quite ready to hang, but fantastic nonetheless. It was his wife, Maureen, who sent me the photo because she thought I should see it. I couldn’t agree more. I especially love the colors on this.
And Steve has just continued to work. He has finished a few more projects. Another dragon trophy.
And his little paper mache dragon. Wonderful!
Here is a baby dragon just coming out of the egg.
And Steve also decided to take a radically different path for this strangely ugly, but cool head!
And Steve’s paper mache Dire Wolf
Steve has been at it again. Check out this paper mache crab!
And Steve’s latest dragon head! Fantastic as always
Below is Kalei’s first paper mache dragon trophy. She modeled it after my Son of Maleficent. What a great job! Kalei is in Kevin Griffith’s high school art class in Sandy Hook Kentucky.
This is Sean Moser’s first paper mache Gargoyle. Excellent job!
And below is Vicki’s first paper mache dragon trophy. Really nicely done Vicki!
And here is Nathalie’s dragon trophy. While these were all made using my book, note how different they all are! There is just an infinite variety of dragon trophies waiting to be made.
This is a photo that was sent to me a while back. It is a dragon bust made by Jeannine. Wonderful!
On a different topic, check out Annie J’s paper mache headress! I love it.
Here is Annie J in wearing the headress. Looks fantastic!
And here is another paper mache dragon made by Chris. Great job!
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