I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love. Here are more photos sent to me by people doing paper mache. If you have paper mache art that you would like me to display just send them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
I want to start with my friend and fellow artist, Matt, aka “Nubbie.” He’s been making some great art. I love the size and attitude of his projects. Let’s start with his dragons. Here is Matt with his giant dragon trophy! Matt is the one on the left. 🙂
And look at this beauty!
And another, this time his “Wyvern.”
And here is Matt again with this blue woman and another big trophy. So cool!
Finally, Matt also made this cool unicorn.
Here are some amazing paper mache projects made by Carla Shipley’s classes at Hoffmann Lane Elementary School in New Braunfels, Texas. This is “Artemis”.
Carla’s paper mache “Mariposa Bonita.” Very nice!
Below is Tiffany’s trophy, “Millie.” Exceptional.
Check out Sharon Armstrong’s house elves. The first is “Bobbins”. What fun!
And here is “Doubie”.
And Sharon also made this dragon. Cool!
Kim and Katrina made a couple of paper mache dragons. Here is “Pete.”
And here is “Ruth”. Wonderful!
Here is the first monster made by the Dennis family. Remember, the family that does paper mache together, stays together!
This is Suzy with her first paper mache project/costume, “Billy.” Excellent!
This is Alex’s T-rex along with his son, Girassol. Great piece, and I love this photo!
Okay, so Anita had cancer. Her two friends Makayla and Madison made some cancer fighting paper mache monsters. Perfect!
Here is Meike’s first dragon. Great job!
And here is Meike’s second dragon, a trophy this time. Really great!
Lisa has been doing some great paper mache work. Here are some of her projects. First, the bear.
And her fish.
And her giraffe. Wonderful projects.
Below is Jerry’s paper mache “Mean-n-Green” monster. Fun!
And this is Lindsay’s monster with cat, Allie. Lindsay is Jerry’s daughter. You know what they say…”The family that makes monsters together….(well, you know the rest).” Delightful.
Here is Lee’s paper mache ET. A perfect rendition. And the finger and chest light up.
This is Jerry Phelans paper mache “Peep Eater”.
You need a close up of this. So fun!
Jerry has been at it again. Look at his newest project called “Gladiators Who Cook!” Funny!
This is Tracie’s paper mache bust. Just beautiful!
I love this paper mache rabbit made by Jo Schaefer. Magnificent!
This deserves another look. Lovely.
Finally, this is Charlene’s paper mache “Luis Gluton” (a.k.a. Luis the Glutto). Excellent.
You have to see the tongue close up. Look at the texture on the tongue. And cool drool too!