I’m always thrilled when people use books and my techniques to make something they love. Makes me feel like a grandpa to these projects. Of course I love paper mache art, whether they use my techniques or not.
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, firstname.lastname@example.org. Enjoy!
Here is Maddy JULIEN’s fantastic paper mache dragon. Incredible! And I love the backdrop!
Check out this wonderful dragon made by Uwe Luckhardt! He shot the photo on green screen and put it on a great background. Fantastic!
And here is Caitlin with her incredible bug! Love this!
By the way…the bug’s eyes light up!
Jeff Bullard works with a marching band (Mid-Carolina High School Marching Band, Prosperity, SC.) whose mascot is “Harvey” the dragon. They decided to build the mascot, complete with smoke coming out of the mouth! Very cool!
Arthur Wallis’ made this dragon for his father. It is called “The Red Terror,” understandably! Great job!
Honna O’Connell wanted to make something great for her son. And she did! Her is her son with “Knarly.” What a lucky kid!
Markee has been doing art for many years but has only just begun using paper mache. And look what popped out! A very cute monster (with great taste in literature)!
Speaking of great monsters… check out this fantastic beast made by Noninox Cenicerox! Fantastic!
Peter (dad) and Kelsey (daughter) worked together to create a wonderful dragon. They named it “Irma” because they were finishing as the hurricane blew through! Below is Irma, Kelsey and their cat, Loverboy. All three…adorable!
Mary Z made some great gargoyles for a Harry Potter dinner party (at Christmas time). The one below is “Sid”…
…and this is Ethyl. Such fun!
Below is a dragon trophy made by Olivier alias Elyrius Jablonski from France. Wonderful job!
Kseniya lives in Yekaterinburg, Russia. She has been making some great dragons! Here is a couple of them. First the blue dragon.
Then a green, hanging dragon (along with a close up). And finally a photo of Kseniya with her dragon.
Christopher Solchen worked with kids from School District 197 in Minnesota this summer. They made a dragon while in the day camp. This was the only photo he was able to capture before the camp ended. It is certainly a worthy project! So here is “Storm the Dragon!” Congrats to Christopher and all the kids!
Look at “Masha” from “Masha and the Bear,” made by Dazz (D.A.). Wonderful likeness!
Jeremy Boelter made his first paper mache dragons recently. Very nicely done! Here are a couple of his trophies (and Jeremy).
And this is Jeremy’s first full dragon. Very cool!
Below is Linda Bunnell’s turtle. Just an amazing job. Love the shell!
Look at Chad Dean’s great dragon trophy! He made the plaque as well. Sweet!
Grace Jerome has made some fantastic paper mache works! Here is her Zebra.
And Grace’s incredible dragon!
Her amazing Lion!
Look at Grace’s Fox!
Finally, look at this incredible, full sized Giraffe! Check out her Facebook Page, https://www.facebook.com/gracejeromeart.
Trecy B just finished her first paper mache dragon. Wonderful!