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 some really fun projects. They are made by Joe and they are titled, “Joe Jr 1, 2, and 3”. So much fun!
Judi Brereton from Umbria Italy says she has a “crazy house”. It is filled with wonderful paper mache animals! Here are a few of them. Excellent work!
Here is Judi’s latest project, a great bull!
Look at this adorable little dragon! This was a project made by Beatriz and son, Jo Jo. What a wonderful piece!
Eric Garard is an artist who has added paper mache to his tool kit. Below are some of his wonderful projects! First his “Butterfly totem.”
And here is the totem with lights on! Great job!
And check out Eric’s “Jack Skelinton” wreath! Excellent!
Look at Eric’s Giant Black Widow! Perfect for Halloween!
Here is Sabra Overby’s first paper mache dragon. Magnificent!
Steven Lewis and his family are making paper mache projects together. And they are terrific! Steven’s project involved using his own hair! First is his shrunken heads on a stick. So great!
From the side
Steven’s daughter, Ariel, also made a shrunken head. Wonderful!
From the side
And here is Steven’s other daughter, Leah, put a multi-colored haired monster on her stick. So great!
Here is Lori cole’s eagle. What a great piece of art!
Below is Janet Post’s new dragon. Fantastic!
From another angle
Cass Gordon is an amazing paper mache artist! Unbelievably, she is only 15 years old! You can see here work on her YouTube channel here. Here are a few of her amazing dragons! First a “Volcano Dragon”
And look at the fantastic multi-eyed dragon!
Here, an excellent “Sea Dragon” made by Cass.
And another green dragon.
And look at Cass’ “Feral Hog!” Wonderful works!
Zuzana_Sittková made her first dragon trophy. Fantastic! If you’d like to see some of her process photos go here.
A close up of the mouth!
Here are two great dragons made by Duane Berry! A fantastic red one he made for his mother (lucky mom!)…
…and a green one inspired by Game of Thrones. Excellent!
The photos on these pages are almost exclusively made of paper mache. But Karen Kingsley’s dragon deserves recognition even though it is made of Pal Tia, a paper and cement product that can be be used for outdoor sculptures. Look at this fantastic dragon she made after adding tile work to the Pal Tia structure! Karen teamed up with another paper mache friend of mine, Diane Sorensen, in a dragon-making challenge for charity. Very cool idea! You can see both dragons in process here.
Here is Ben Hellman’s “Catoblepas” Fantastic! If you’d like to read the fascinating story about the project and what it represents, go here!
Sara Hospador has been experimenting with paper mache bowls. Here is a photo showing the progression and a couple of finished projects. Excellent!
Below is Lynette’s wonderful “Blue Dragon!” Very nice!
Here is “Opal the Dragon” made by Lynette and Hazel. Fantastic!
And here is Opal with the lights on!
Look at this beautiful project titled “The eagle has landed” by Jon Keller. Magnificent!
And here is Jon’s latest, “The Doggie!” What a great piece!
And here is Jon’s dragon, “Black Sabel”. Excellent!
And Jon’s “The Mighty Ant”. Fantastic as always!
And a terrific new project called “The Lion Sleeps Tonight!” Just gorgeous!
And here is Jon! A paper mache “selfie” made by Jon. Excellent!
Here is Andy Slater’s magnificent dragon! Great job!
And here is Andy’s dragon mounted from the ceiling of a very cool room!
Check out MitchTheCreator’s “Cacodemon” (from the game Doom Eternal). Fantastic! Mitch shared his steps on his Instructable’s page.
Here is another view
Mitch’s “Leonopteryx” from the movie Avatar. Beautiful!
And here is Mitch’s latest, Godzilla! Fantastic!
This deserves another view. Love the lights!