I make my paper mache art because I have to make art.
I don’t do it for the money. I really don’t. Still, I can’t keep everything I make. So I do sell some pieces every year. And I do sell by commission a few times a year. Below you will see projects that are currently for sale. I also show several that have already sold just so you can get a general idea about how I price.
Speaking of prices… I want to add here that, despite how it looks in my videos, my art is very labor intensive. It takes many hours, weeks, months, and a great deal of effort to make my pieces. My prices reflect that. I’m not embarrassed about it. Sometimes I put in so much time on a piece that I price it out of the market. If you see a ridiculously high price on a piece it’s because for some reason or other it was particularly time consuming to make, or I really want to keep it. If these prices are more than you’d like to pay, consider buying my books and making your own project. Many hundreds of people have done that over the years. Most will tell you that they love the piece they made more than the one they originally wanted from me. And it is much more satisfying. You can see some of these projects on the “Your Paper Mache” pages.
Also, please note that I charge for the shipping as well. I do not charge for making the custom crate needed to ship the pieces. I have to say that sometimes it seems harder to make the crate than the art. I must also mention that if you don’t live in the US it will be prohibitively expensive to ship. I can’t control that. Sorry.
If you have questions, contact me at email@example.com.
I love making dragons. I make whole dragons once in a while. But they require a lot of extra time to build. So I’ve taken to making trophies. It’s fun making just the heads. I’ve had people get angry with me for putting these heads on a plaque. They tell me that it’s disrespectful to imply that they were killed for their heads. I point out to them that these dragons are just pretend. Nothing was killed in the making of these projects.
I’ve listed prices. I’ve also kept the prices on some that I’ve sold just to give you an idea of my price range. As you can see, most of my trophies cost $2000 plus shipping.
Here is the first golden dragon I’ve ever made.
$2000 plus shipping. Sorry, this pieces is sold.
Here is a long-necked White Dragon. It’s hard to tell what the shape is like for this one. The neck is long and curved. Here are three views. $2000 plus shipping.
And here is a Blue and Grey Dragon. Also $2000 plus shipping.
Below are some older projects that I have just put up for sale. Descriptions are underneath the photos.
“Son of Maleficent”
$2000 plus shipping. Sorry, this is sold. Yes, this is the one I show being made on Youtube. I don’t know if you can tell from the photos but it is a really a big trophy. And fairly heavy. Shipping on this will cost a little more because even the most form-fitting crate will probably exceed the size limits of UPS and other carriers. Usually that means surcharges. I have l.e.d lights implanted behind the eyes, the nose, and inside the mouth. They are battery operated and controlled by six microswitches behind the ears. On top is a photo with the lights off. Obviously the photo below has the lights on.
$2200 plus shipping. Sorry, this has been sold. Yes, this price is higher because it took me a dillion hours to make. It was a labor of love. But labor nevertheless. You can also see this one being made on Youtube. It is a very popular piece.
And by the way, these eyes also light up. I know, a little cheesy.
Here is Juvenile “Drogon”. $2400 plus shipping. I made it after the season of Game of Thrones when Dani’s dragons were about this size. It is about three feet across, wing tip to wing tip. Let me know if you want more measurements.
Speaking of Drogon…I made the trophy of the young-adult version of Drogon. He is also the subject of a Youtube video. He is a little more expensive than most of my trophies just because I like him so much. I offer him for $2000 plus shipping.
“Albino Dragon” $1800. I modeled this dragon after my cat Eddie. It’s actually one of my favorites. Again, you can see this being made on Youtube.
Below are some projects that I sold.