Your Paper Mache – Page 35
I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos to make something they love. Makes me feel like a grandpa to these projects. 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!
This is Duain Kelaart’s Animatronic Sea Dragon. It is really fantastic. Operates with motion in front of it. I can’t put the on this post, but you can see it in YouTube, here. You can see more of Duain’s excellent projects lower on the page. And you can see a lot more information on his website, here.
Here is Ivona Velinovskis’ first paper mache dragon. Beautiful job!
And here is Ivona with her dragon. A great match!
And here is Ivona’s newest project. Love the lights. Love the attitude of the animal! Beautiful!
Check out Jeff Mongloux paper mache dragon! Jeff is on the left. 🙂 Excellent!
This is Duain Kelaart’s paper mache dragon. Very nice job! Check out his Youtube channel, “DK Arts.”
And Duain has made another fantastic Animatronic Sea Dragon! Excellent work! So great in fact that it was featured in a book and website that you can see here.
Here is Duain’s latest project. This is his Chupacabra – Gargoyle Hybrid. Just fantastic!
You can see more about this project here, https://bit.ly/2VzKrmw and here, https://bit.ly/2S8CmTW. .
It also glows in the dark.
Here is Duain’s halloween project this year. A fantastic Werewolf! You can see a photo progression on Youtube, here, https://youtu.be/VcTL4m7VxOw
Another great project by Duain. A lovely mixture of 2 and 3D. Great work as always!
And here is Duain’s newest 2D/3D masterpiece! You can see a video of this build here.
Agnes Klein-Orban is a paper mache artist living in Vienna. Below are three of her wonderful pieces, three beautiful women!
Here is a great “water dragon” trophy made by Maygan Frederick. Fantastic!
Here are some terrific sculptures made by Nareth Fernández. First, two great owls!
And look at Nareth Fernández’s dragon and cool monsters head! Excellent!
Here is Mark McCauley’s first dragon. Fantastic!
Check out Kim Wendelin’s great dragon trophy! This on her first attempt! Excellent!
Here is Tamaka Bailey’s eagle. What a great project!
Here is Uwe Luckhardt with his second paper mache dragon head! You know what they say about two heads being better than one! Excellent job!
This is “Craig’s Ice Dragon.” This is fairly large project, about 2 meters tall! Very cool!
Below is Kipp’s first paper mache dragon trophy. Magnificent!
This is an ugly, and beautiful, little monster named “Burp” made by Barry. I always love a good monster!
And here is Barry’s newest project, his “Terrordactyl”. The project is articulated and the wooden mechanism makes it fly. Excellent!
Speaking of great monsters, my friend Don Hagemeyer has been making them for a while n ow. Here is one who just had a monster-make-over. Meet “Mr Green, Hello Good Bye.” Fantastic!
Here is the first dragon made by Meredith Leopard. Fantastic!
Below are some projects made by paper mache artist Pamela Spiro Wagner. All great! To see more of her work go to her blog, https://arteveryday365.com
Here is “A fanciful Dr Geuss.”
This is “Decorated Betsy”
And Pamela’s “Giant Dream Tortoise”
This a “Life-size paper mâché psychiatrist John Jumoke”. Amazing!
Here is a fantastic display of dragon trophies made by Ross Sprovieri. He made these as a display for his business. A great display indeed!
Justine Pipitone used my videos to make some wonderful trophies for family and friends. Lucky them! Here is Justine with “DeSoto.”
And this is Justine’s “Kratos.”
Heather Forster really loves paper mache. It shows. Here are a few of Heathers wonderful projects!
Elizabeth Mason made her first paper mache dragon, “Argoth the Terrible.” What fun! (That’s Elizabeth with Argoth)
Duane Berry just finished his first dragon. Very nice!
Duane also made this “halfhalf” minion for his son. Lucky!
David O’Gara’s made this fantastic dragon puppet named “Shiela.” Just amazing.
Here is a close-up of Shiela. Great face!
Here is a dragon made by Jools Dumbrell for a theater production on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia. Very striking!
Look at this great newborn dragon made by Ann Wright. So cute!
Anne MacKinnon made this wonderful dragon named “Audry III.” Love the paint job on this! Just excellent!
Here is another great dragon Sandra Bäumler made using one of my books! Love the movement of this piece!
Guido Reuter watched my dragon trophy video and made this excellent “Firedragon” for himself. Really great job!
Catriona’s made this great head dress of a snapping turtle! So cool!
Here is George Chave’s first paper mache dragon. Fantastic! Wonderful energy in this one.
Magda lives in Poland. After watching some of my videos she decided to make some of her own projects. Below is her dragon trophy, and under that, her “White Dragon” costume. Excellent job!
And here is Magda’s newest “Blue Dragon.” excellent once again!
Here is Bert Houbrechts’ little dragon. Lots of personality! Excellent work!
And a few dragon trophies. Below is Alexander Wachsmann’s first paper mache dragon. Very nice job!
This is Marissa Plowden’s “unemployment” dragon (because she made it while between jobs. So great!
Christopher Re has decided to fill his workspace with dragons. He is well on his way with these two excellent trophies!
This is Milton Montaño Rojas’ dragon. Wonderful colors! Very nice dragon!
Hannah Mae Sovinski has been making some great monsters! Here is one of them.
Akhilesh made his son a wonderful paper mache minion! Here it is with his son, Bhaumik.
Koni Lanzius’ made this wonderful dragon, VAKAROS! Beautifully done!
And here is the rider on the dragon. She has her own costume!
Koni has just finished another wonderful piece, this time the Elf King from Lord of the Rings!
Thomas Rozek makes GREAT masks! Some are paper mache, some are more mixed media. But they are all very cool. Here are a couple. If you’d like to see more, visit Thomas here.
Check out his Scorpion mask! Two angles.
And Thomas calls this “Casual Friday Mask”. Wonderful!
Janet Davison has made two great dragons (so far!)! They have each won awards at a local state fair! Great job!
Chris Gilbert decided to give his cousin a really cool wedding gift. And he did! Look at the paper mache dragon he made for him! He named it “Prometheus” after a character in Dungeons and Dragons. Fantastic!
Patti Shirley has a wonderful sense of humor. She made this paper mache “PENNYWISE” in order to sneak it into her brother’s bathroom and give him a scare. I guess it worked! It certainly would on me! What a fantastic rendition!
Patti has just finished this fantastic rendition of “Groot.” Excellent!
Shannon Gray decided to make her son, Evan a great Halloween costume. So she made this “‘Sorceror Dragon” for him! Fabulous! What a lucky kid (and talented mom)!
Jeanne Greenleaf made this incrdible “DragonChicken!” Love the expression!
Jeanne has also made a number of excellent fish! A sample below. Great work!
Check out this fantastic dragon trophy made by Marko Salomäki! Love the textures and colors. Excellent job!
If you like Tolkien, you’ll enjoy this dragon! This is Maygan’s version of Smaug over the Lonely Mountain. Fantastic!
A closer look is warranted, especially the fire that she added!
Nipsolass Clark has been making some great masks the last couple of years. Here is his fabulous gremlin mask! Wonderful!
And here is Nipsolass’ Triceratops mask! Incredible!
And Nipsolass finished a couple more fantastic masks before Halloween. Check out this dinosaur/dragon mask!
And this very strange character!
Look at this adorable photo of Alex holding her first paper mache dragon sculpture! (She had some help making the dragon from mom, Jessica) Wonderful!
Bill Wehmeier made a great paper mache dragon for his Halloween display this year. It is about 5 feet tall! Fantastic!
Below are some excellent dragons made by Gord Merritt. First are a couple of wonderful babies!
And here are a few of Gord’s trophies. Fantastic!
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