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, email@example.com. Enjoy!
Here are a couple wonderful projects made by Gill Heritage. The first is her wyvern (a dragon with arms aside from the wings). Under that is her “Goats and Troll at the Well.” What fun!
Look at this adorable little monster made by Eric van Vugt! Wonderful!
A closer look at this mischievous face!
This is Juliane Block’s cute little monster! Just adorable. If you’d like to see a great little video just click on the photo!
And here is also a dragon trophy made by Maxime. Wonderful!
Check out Patti Shirley’s six and a half foot tall alien! Excellent! And a perfect display! (You can see more of Shirley’s paper mache on page 35!)
Rychie Floyd made a great gift for his daughter! She made a drawing that she said was like him, and then he turned the drawing into a paper mache project! This is “Smug.” What fun!
Gordon is using his own techniques to great effect! Below are four of his excellent works!
Visit Gordon’s website for more information about his art, here.
First is “Leaping”
And “Hummingbird Moth”. These are very large!
And this is “Pelican King. ” It is a smaller piece.
And finally “Scorpion Snake”. All great works!
This is Hannah Wilson’s first paper mache dragon, a little baby! What a beauty it is!
Here is Hannah’s latest dragon, a darker one. Beautiful!
Bill Stringer is making some excellent paper mache dragon trophies! Here is Bill with Vol-Arynn (red dragon) and Lapil-Rim (the blue dragon). You can see more on Bill’s Facebook page.
A close-up of “Lapil-Rim” Great job!
Here is Bill’s “Cern-Uannos”. Great horns!
And another green dragon!
Finally, this is Bill with “Flutterix”, a project he made for a sick little girl. It doesn’t get any nicer than that!
This is Florentyna Leow’s “Amabie” which represents a supernatural spirit in Japan. Excellent work! You can read about the making of this project on a newsletter, here.
Check out Marc Tsakiris’ amazing version of “Tik-Tok Crok!” Just beautiful work!