Here are some more photos of paper mache art people have sent to me. If you would like me to post your photos, send them to me at, dan@gourmetpapermache.com.   Enjoy!

I’m always thrilled when people use my dragon-making book to make something they love.   Makes me feel like a grandpa to these projects.  Below are a few photos of dragons people have made.

 

Pete Marinelli’s is a 7th grader living in Ohio.   He loves art and has recently been obsessed with paper mache.   Below are some of his cool projects.  First, his “Seaweed” dragon trophy.

Peter Marinelli's Seaweed Dragon

Pete also made a marionette sitting, where else, on another dragon!

Peter Marinelli's marionette riding dragon

Pete also made this excellent Leprechaun.

Peter Marinelli's leprechaun

Here is Pete’s “Freak”.

Peter Marinelli's Freak

And here is Freak with his pal, a great screamer!

Finally, here is Pete’s baby dragon.  Excellent!

Pete's baby dragon

 

 

Look at this fantastic zombie arm made by Sophia Barton!  Simply elegant!

Sophia Barton's paper mache zombie handSophia Barton's hand

 

Below is Heather Hearing’s dragon trophy.  Excellent!

Heather Hearing's paper mache dragon

 

Lel Bevan wrote a children’s book called “Peanut Butter Boy”.  She used paper mache to make the main character.   Wonderful job!

Lel Bevan's peanut butter boy peanutbutterboy_frontcover

 

Here is another great trophy made by Cheyenne Badolato.  A great rendition of Smaug!

Cheyenne Badolato's smaug

 

This is Julia (from Russia) with her paper mache dinosaur.   She made it with her mother Zamorina.  Fantastic job!

Julia with her paper mache dinosaur

Here is another photo of Zamorina’s daughters with another dinosaur they made.   Wonderful.

Zamorina's daughters with their dinosaur

 

Wendy Morris’ first dragon.   Really beautiful!

Wendy Morris' paper mache dragon

 

Here is Katrina Ssnowski’s “Steve.”  Love that pose!

Katrina Snowski's "Steve"

 

Rene Schoellkopf is a middle school art teacher at The Salisbury School.  She grouped her kids and had them make dragons following the steps in my book.   What a great project!  What a brave teacher!

Here is “Toothless”

Rene Schoellkopf 's Toothless

Here is “Goldilocks”

Rene Schoellkopf 's Goldilocks

Here is “Benito”

Rene Schoellkopf 's Benito

Finally, here is “Firefly.”   Great job all!

Rene Schoellkopf 's Firefly

 

Here is Kimberly Winberry’s dragon trophy.   Wonderful personality!

Kimberly Winberry's paper mache dragon

 

And here is another great trophy.   Erin made this one.  Love the intensity!

Erins paper mache dragon

 

Check out Al Plata’s “Sauron” mask!   Love the detail on this.

Al Plata's Sauron mask

Al has just finished a new mask.   Love this one!

Al Plata's paper mache

 

Speaking of masks…. Here is a great one made by Bob Centamore.

Bob Centamore's paper mache mask

 

 

Linda Nelson made this dragon, named “Hepzahbah,” for her cabin.  She says it has freaked out many a visitor!  I believe it!  Cool!

Linda Nelson's cabin dragon

 

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