I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love. And more photos sent to me from people doing paper mache. If you have paper mache art works that you would like me to display send them to me at email@example.com. Enjoy!
Michael Mccaffrey’s made his first paper mache dragon trophy. Here it is with daughter Raven. Beautiful on both counts!
Dulcie Horwitz never does anything small. Below are a couple of examples. First, she belongs to a tae kwan do club and they wanted a dragon to be their mascot. So she assembled a group of volunteers and using my paper mache techniques they made it. What a beautiful dragon! Fantastic work!
And here is the dragon hanging at school.
Even better, here is “Master Gordon and Company” with paper mache dragon. Where? In the castle of course! Such fun!
I have knows Carlos for a long time. He is a great paper mache artist. He is a great artist, period. Here are some of his pieces. First, check out his Predator! Here is the face.
And here is the entire project. Here is Carlos with his Predator and his son. Wonderful!
Carlos also made a great paper mache crocodile dragon! (He dedicated this project to me. I’m severely flattered. Thank you my friend Carlos!)
And his paper mache dinosaur! Excellent work!
Carlos also made this wonderful paper mache alien bust.
Here is another project made by Carlos. Magnificent!
And here is Carlos’ latest projects. A speckled bear and and condor. Excellent as always!
Thanks Carlos! To see more of Carlos’ work, check out his Facebook page.
Even though these aren’t made of paper mache, they send a few photos of other work they have done, mainly with gourds! This guy is called “Salad Fingers”. Not sure what he is made of.
And here is Justin and Bonnie’s “Shrek” made out of pumpkins and paint!
And finally, here is Justin and Bonnie’s “Krang” made entirely out of gourds! Amazing.
Back to paper mache. Nicole has some pretty great paper mache creations! First, it’s always nice to have part of a beast coming through your wall!
And some eyeballs as well!
Nicole also made some cool paper mache license plate covers! Look at the mouth! So great!
And look at Nicole’s version of a paper mache piggy. I love this!
And one good piggy deserves another. This time a paper mache “Zombie Piggy”. Wonderful wonderful!
Finally, here is Nicole’s paper mache “Mini-Moose.” All terrific!
Here is Michelles paper mache snake. Very nice!
And here paper mache Owl! Excellent!
Lisa made this turtle with Celuclay. The detail is simply amazing I think!