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. Of course other people have their own techniques. Either way, it’s great to see other people enjoying this medium. 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!
Cheri Rose is making some excellent dragons down under (in Australia). Below are a few of her masterpieces! If you’d like to see more about Cheri and her work visit her Facebook page. Look at this metal dragon!
Here is a beautiful red dragon. Underneath shows it with the l.e.d.s light up!
And here is Cheri’s Blue dragon. Wonderful!
And a tranquil, sleeping dragon.
Finally, here is Cheri’s dragon trophy! Great work!
Okay so check out Daniele Pons’ dragon costume! Amazing! This costume won at the Venice Carnival 2020 (Italy), a well deserved honor! Titled “SAN GIORGIO E IL DRAGO”
Fabien SAVIGNOL’s son wanted a dragon. So Fabien used my video to make a dragon for his son. What a great job! What a great dad!
Below is Carmen Martin’s “Blue Dragon”. Love the blue in contrast with the eyes! Magnificent!
Myles Konstantinos made his first paper mache dragon trophy. And it is a beauty! Wonderful colors and detail! Here is a photo from the front and then another close up.
And below are a few photos of Myles’ “Alien” series. Excellent!
And here is his “face hugger”! So cool!
And of course the alien pod! Fantastic project!
Below are some of Eb Jones’ wonderful dragons!
Eb also makes fabulous baby dragons! Samples below
And here is a gator made by Eb.
Tom Hering is an artist living in Germany. Below are a few of his excellent progress. First is his “Sir Daniel Fortesque.” Terrific!
A closer view!
And here is his Red Dragon….
Just in time for Halloween! Look at this great “Scary Doll” made by Sam, Isaac, and Bessie Madden! Wonderful!
Below is David Angelo’s red dragon. Here it is on display. Fantastic!
Crystal Heller’s decided to make paper mache dragon. She set to work and look at what she made! Fantastic!
These are Mandrakes inspired from the Harry Potter series. Vivien, who lives in Germany, made these. Wonderful!
Here is Tristen MacArthur’s first paper mache dragon head! Very nice!