Gourmet Paper Mache

Not your third grade paper mache

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, dan@gourmetpapermache.com.   Enjoy!

Below is a fantastic project made by Connie Lanz. It is “The Elven War Elk”

Connie Lanz The Elven War Elk

And here is the rider!  A couple photos is needed.

Connie Lanz The Elven War Elk4

From the back.  Wonderful!

Connie Lanz The Elven War Elk3

Here is Lisa Dawson’s “Felice the Juggler” Fantastic!

Lisa Dawson-Felice the Juggler
Lisa Dawson-Felice the Juggler, face
 
 
This is “Jenny Greenteeth” a legend from Old Lancashire (England) who pulls unsuspecting folk to a watery death!   Made by Denise Wilkin.  Wonderful!
Jenny Greenteeth by Denise Wilkin

Below are some wonderful paper mache works by Sams Foil Creations!  First is the fantastic “Tundra dragon”

Sams Foil Creations Tundra dragon

And check out this writhing little guy!  

Sams Foil Creations

And my favorite, a feathered dinosaur, “Coelophysis bauri”   Very cool!

dinosaur Coelophysis bauri - sam foil

This is Oliver (the nice looking one) from Australia.   He decided to make something terrifying!  And he got it!   Oliver wants you to meet “Thinnamie”.    Perfection!

Oliver and Thinnamie2

Here are some wonderful projects that Veronique Smeulders made to hang where she works, in a home for the elderly in Belgium.  She thought the decorations would brighten their day.   Sounds like they did that and more!   It helped bring the artist out in Veronique!  The projects are magnificent.

First, this very cool head!  Great textures!

Veronique-Smeulders deer

Another of Veronique’s fantastic trophies!

Veronique-Smeulders cute head

And still another.   Excellent projects!   What nice pieces of art for her clients!

Veronique-Smeulders trophy

This is Rob’s latest dragon head.  What a fantastic piece!  Great colors and lots of personality!

Rob UK dragon trophy

This is Scott Lander’s crazy cloth mache head!  Excellent!

scott lander's head

This is Jonas’ first paper mache dragon. Magnificent! Note: Since the photo of this first dragon was posted Jonas has made many more wonderful dragons. Check out his website here to see what he is up to!

Jonas dragon

And Jonas’ son, Hans, made his own dragon trophy!   Wonderful job!

Hans' paper mache dragon2 

Hans' paper mache dragon

Hans just finished another dragon.   Wonderful!

hans new dragon

An here is another great dragon by Jonas.  He is called “Nidhug”

Jonas Nidhug

And here is a photo in the dark showing the lights inside Nidhug.  Fabulous!

Jonas Nidhug lights

And this is Jonas’ latest Blue dragon.   Wonderful as always!

jonas blue dragon2

 Jonas just finished dragon number 6.   This one is really cool.  It is “Behir” from Dungeons and Dragons.  You can see a video of it’s making here.   Fabulous!

behir DandD Jonas

 

Here are two paper mache projects made by Karla Gabriela Gutierrez. You might recognize the first. It is a Skeksis from the Dark Crystal movie! Fantastic! The second is Karla’s dragon. Excellent!

Karla Gabriela Gutierrez Karla Gabriela Gutierrez2

And here is Karla’s fantastic dragon

This is Tamara Nelson’s “Man Eating Plant.” Magnificent! I love this project. So detailed. Beautiful in ever way!

Tamara Nelson Audrey4

5 Responses to “Your Paper Mache – Page 41”

    • danmonsterman

      Hello Karla. Life got in the way of my art for a while. I’m back to working on my art again. Hopefully I’ll have something to show soon.

      Reply
  1. Karla

    Btw how fo you ship you art? I put one of my dragons that i made with your book on a museum for a tome, and when they returned it to me the teeth and horns where broken 🙁

    Reply
    • danmonsterman

      Shipping sculpture is not easy. I build custom containers made specifically for the piece of art I am shipping. It is very time consuming. But I don’t want things breaking en route. I often say (mostly in jest but with some truth) that it takes more work to build the shipping crate that to make the art project.

      If you lent a piece of art to a museum then it was their responsibility to get it back to you unbroken. They should have hired a professional to make the shipping container. It is not acceptable for them to damage your work!

      Reply

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