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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.

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From the back.  Wonderful!

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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!

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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!

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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!

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 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!

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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!

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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!

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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!

Katie Glenn Trusiak made this fantastic dragon for Halloween!   What an amazing piece of art!  What lucky neighbors!  Here are some photos of the dragon in the day and the night.   Wonderful!

Katie Glenn Trusiak

Katie Glenn Trusiak front

Katie Glenn Trusiak daylight

Michael Esker finished his first dragon.  Excellent!  You can see videos showing him making this project here.

Michael Esker first dragon

William Wehmeier made this incredible two headed dragon!   What a great job!

William Wehmeier two headed dragon

Look at this fantastic Halloween project Suzanne Matthews made for her grandson.  Fantastic!

Suzanne Matthews halloween project for grandson

Here are some really fun projects.  They are made by Joe and they are titled, “Joe Jr 1, 2, and 3”.  So much fun!

Joe Jr 1

Joe Jr 2

Joe Jr 3

And here is Joe’s newest Joe Jr!  So cute!

new red headed step child joe

And four more “Joes”.  Joe has been busy!

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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!

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Judi Brereton2

Judi Brereton

Here is Judi’s latest project, a great bull!

Judi Brereton bull

Look at this adorable little dragon!  This was a project made by Beatriz and son, Jo Jo.   What a wonderful piece!

Beatriz and son Jo Jo baby dragon 2

Another view

Beatriz and Jo Jo baby dragon

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.”

eric garard Butterfly totem

And here is the totem with lights on!  Great job!

Eric J. Garard butterfly totem lights on

And check out Eric’s “Jack Skelinton” wreath!  Excellent!

Jack Skelinton wreath eric Garard

Look at Eric’s Giant Black Widow!  Perfect for Halloween!

giant black widow- eric garard

Here is Sabra Overby’s first paper mache dragon.   Magnificent!

Sabra Overby

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!

Steven Lewis shrunken head front

From the side

Steven Lewis shrunken head side

Steven’s daughter, Ariel, also made a shrunken head.  Wonderful!

Ariel's shrunken head

From the side

Ariel's shrunken head side

And here is Steven’s other daughter, Leah, put a multi-colored haired monster on her stick.  So great!

Leah's monster

Here is Lori cole’s eagle.  What a great piece of art!

lori cole's eagle

another view

lori cole's eagle 2

Below is Janet Post’s new dragon.  Fantastic!

Janet Post's new dragon

From another angle

Janet Post's new dragon 2

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”

Cass Gordon-sea dragon

And look at the fantastic multi-eyed dragon!

Cass Gordon many eyes

Here, an excellent “Sea Dragon”  made by Cass.

Cass Gordon blue dragon

And another green dragon.

Cass Gordon green dragon

And look at Cass’ “Feral Hog!”  Wonderful works!

Cass Gordon-feral hog

Zuzana_Sittková made her first dragon trophy.  Fantastic!  If you’d like to see some of her process photos go here.

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A close up of the mouth!

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Here are two great dragons made by Duane Berry!  A fantastic red one he made for his mother (lucky mom!)…Duane Berry's red dragon

…and a green one inspired by Game of Thrones.  Excellent!

Duane Berry's green dragon

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.

karen kingsley's pal tia dragon

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!

Ben Hellman Catoblepas hung

Sara Hospador has been experimenting with paper mache bowls.   Here is a photo showing the progression and a couple of finished projects.   Excellent!

Sara Hospador Paper Mache Bowl

Below is Lynette’s wonderful “Blue Dragon!”   Very nice!

Lynette blue dragon

Here is “Opal the Dragon”  made by Lynette and Hazel.  Fantastic!

Lynette and hazel Opal the Dragon2

And here is Opal with the lights on!

Lynette and Hazel Opal the Dragon

Look at this beautiful project titled “The eagle has landed” by Jon Keller.  Magnificent!

the eagle has landed-Jon Keller

And here is Jon’s latest, “The Doggie!”  What a great piece!

Jon Keller running doggie

And here is Jon’s dragon, “Black Sabel”.    Excellent!

Jon Keller Black Sable

And Jon’s “The Mighty Ant”.   Fantastic as always!

jon Keller The Mighty Ant

And a terrific new project called “The Lion Sleeps Tonight!”  Just gorgeous!

Jon Keller The Lion Sleeps Tonight

And here is Jon!  A paper mache “selfie” made by Jon.    Excellent!

Jon Keller selfie

Here is Andy Slater’s magnificent dragon!  Great job!

Andy Slater's dragon

And here is Andy’s dragon mounted from the ceiling of a very cool room!

Andy Slater's dragon in the ceiling

Check out MitchTheCreator’s “Cacodemon” (from the game Doom Eternal).  Fantastic!   Mitch shared his steps on his Instructable’s page.

MitchTheCreator -Cacodemon

Here is another view

MitchTheCreator -Cacodemon

Mitch’s “Leonopteryx” from the movie Avatar.  Beautiful!

Leonopteryx-Mitch the creator copy

And here is Mitch’s latest, Godzilla!  Fantastic!

mitch Godzilla

This deserves another view.    Love the lights!

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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!

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!

Gill Heritage wyvern

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Look at this adorable little monster made by Eric van Vugt!  Wonderful!

Eric Vugt's Little Ape

A closer look at this mischievous face!

Eric van Vugt's little monster

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!

Juliane Block's Monster

Below is a fabulous monster made by Maxime Dénommé.  Great work!Maxime Dénommé paper mache monster

And here is also a dragon trophy made by Maxime.  Wonderful!

Maxime Dénommé trophy final

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!)

Patti Shirley's six and a half foot tall alien!

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!

Rychie Floyd;s Smug

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”

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And “Hummingbird Moth”.  These are very large!

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And this is “Pelican King. ”  It is a smaller piece.

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And finally “Scorpion Snake”.   All great works!

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This is Hannah Wilson’s first paper mache dragon, a little baby!  What a beauty it is!

Hannah Wilson's first paper mache dragon

Here is Hannah’s latest dragon, a darker one.    Beautiful!

Hannah Wilson's new paper mache dragon

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.

Bill Stringer with Vol-Arynn and Lapil-Rim

A close-up of “Lapil-Rim”  Great job!

Bill Stringer Lapil-Rim

Here is Bill’s  “Cern-Uannos”.   Great horns!

Bill Stringer Cern-Uannos

And another green dragon!

Bill Stringer another dragon

Finally, this is Bill with “Flutterix”,  a project he made for a sick little girl.  It doesn’t get any nicer than that!

Bill Stringer with Flutterix

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.

Florentyna Leow- Amabie (a supernatural spirit in Japan

Check out Marc Tsakiris’ amazing version of “Tik-Tok Crok!”   Just beautiful work!

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I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and 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!

 

Check this out!  Chris Burgess wanted to raise money for Talbot Primary School.  So he made this dragon which dispenses candy and breathes smoke!  Fantastic!

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Here is another really cool dragon (and castle!).   This one made by Belinda Hammond.  Fantastic!

belinda hammond dragon

 

Below is Graham Fice’s dragon  trophy.  Very nice work!

Graham Fice's dragon

 

Here is Marjorie Sarrazin’s Wampa (from Star Wars).   Beautiful!

Marjorie Sarrazin's Wampa from Star Wars

 

Below are some excellent projects made by Jennifer Buckingham.  First, is “Green Dragon.”

Jennifer Buckingham's Greendragon A

This next one is “Ice Dragon”.

Jennifer Buckingham's paper mache dragon

And here is Jennifer’s Medusa named “Vashj”. Fantastic!

Jennifer Buckingham's Vashj 1

 

 

This is Erick Angel Demetrio’s first dragon.  Looks like a super hero dragon to me.  Great job!

erick angel Demetrio's first dragon

 

Steven Collins made this monster for a video.  Wonderful!

Steven Collins' monster

 

Below are two of Sue Gregson’s dragons.  The hanging one is “Geoffrey” and the trophy is “Arthur.”  Excellent!

Sue Gregson's Geoffrey Sue Gregson's Arthur

 

Phil and his son Jupiter (in the photo) made their first dragon.   Fantastic!

 Jupiter with Phil's dragon

 

Beate (from Germany) made a couple of marvelous dragons.   First is her Chinese dragon “Long” made for good luck.  Underneath is her second dragon made to accompany the princess.   Excellent pieces!

Beate from Germany's "Long" beate's dragon Long-close up

 Germany's second dragon

 

Phyllis  Wheaton made this amazing dragon!   It is 50 feet long!  She used paper mache on the head.  So cool!

PHYLLIS Wheaton's dragon

Here is Kristýna_Macková’s first dragon, “Bóďa”. Wonderful!

Kristýna_Macková Bóďa

Below is a dragon trophy made by Eddie Sheffield.   He won some awards with this.  I can see why!

Eddie Sheffield's dragon2 Eddie Sheffield's dragon

 

Here are a couple of dragons made by Brenda Nyhof.  First, a beautiful dragon for the wall!

Brenda Nyhof's dragon

And here is Brenda’s dragon trophy.  Excellent!

Brenda Nyhof 's paper mache dragon trophy

 

 

Deborah Palazzolo lives in Geneva, Switerland.  She found a copy of my first book from years ago, The Simple Screamer.  So she made a screamer and named it “Chichila.”  I think it’s adorable.  Great job!

Deborah Palazzolo's Screamer"Chichila"

This is Hope D Clark’s dragon.   Very nicely done!

Hope D Clark's dragon

 

Jesus lives in Columbia.   After seeing some of my videos he decided to make hiw own dragon.  What a beautiful job!

jesus paper mache dragon

Below is Vanessa’s first paper mache dragon.   Nicely done!

Vanessa's paper mache dragon

 

Kyle Dickens  made this award winning two-headed dragon.  Magnificent!

Kyle Dickens 2 headed drgaon

And here is Kyle’s Frog Monster.   Wonderful!

Kyle Dickens frog monster

 

Here is one of Ben Juenger’s dragons!   Great!  You can see his video of this here.

Ben Juenger's dragon

Here are Gretel Krusel’s  cute cats.   The one on the right is Mabel.  Gretel’s son calls the one on the left “God Cat”.  The one in the middle is yet to be named.

Gretel Krusel's paper mache cats

 

 

Check out Mike Esker’s (Aka “This Old Geek”) King Cobra.  Excellent!

Mike Esker's King Cobra Mike Esker's King Cobra-back

And this is Mike’s new snowman, on vacation!  Funny!

This old geek (mike esker) paper mache snowman

 

Christopher Bach made this wonderful dragon named,  “Sharok”.

Christopher Bach's Sharok 2

This deserves another angle.   Excellent work!

Christopher Bach's sharok

 

Sally Atkins teaches in a school in Dorset England.  She made this Smaug, with the help of some kids, for the library she works in.   This is terrific!

Sally Atkins' -from Dorset England-Smaug in the library

 

Sarah Moses Earl made a dragon for her son.   He seems to like it!  Great job!

Sarah Moses Earl dragon2

Here is another view of just the dragon.

Sarah Moses Earl's dragon for son

 

Below are three wonderful dragons made by Tim Speyer.  Love the movement in these!

Tim Speyer's new paper mache dragon

Tim Speyer's new paper mache dragon- close up

Tim Speyer's black paper mache dragon Tim Speyer's black dragon- close up

Tim Speyer's gold paper mache dragon Tim Speyer's gold paper mache dragon- close up

 

 

Sabrina Schröer made this great dragon trophy!

Sabrina Schröer's paper mache dragon

 

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I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love.   Here are more photos sent to me from people doing paper mache.  If you would like to share a paper mache project on this site, send it to me at:  dan@gourmetpapermache.com.   Enjoy!

Look at this magnificent paper mache sculpture of Cecil the lion.  It was made by Terry Camp and is displayed at a nursery in Cambria.    I love the little cat with Cecil!

terry camps paper mache cecil at cambria nursery

Another fair, and another great project from Terry! Magnificent!

Terry Camp's newest paper mache

And here are a couple of Terry’s newest projects.  First, a tribute to Diana.   Wonderful!

Terry Camp's tribute to Diana

And another tribute to Hispanic Women.   Great work as always from Terry!

Terry Camp's tribure to Hispanic culture (for in front of candy store)

Terry has just sent me his latest masterpiece.   It’s called “Fight Like A Girl!”   Perfect title.  Another amazing project!

“Fight Like A Girl” Terry Camp

Bradley Pierce has used the techniques in my book to make some fine dragons!  Here is his latest, named Vesper.  Check out Bradley’s website, Awoken Rising.

Bradley Pierce's Vesper

And here are a couple of Bradley’s other dragons.   Excellent work!

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Bradley Pierce's new dragon

Meera Schuhmann made this amazing dragon with some preschool kids.  That must have been fun to watch!

Meera Schuhmann's dragon with preschool kids

Cathy Price made this great trophy (with some help from her son, Finn).   Wonderful!

Cathy Price's paper mache dragon trophy

Ed wrote to me saying how much he liked my books.  I’m really flattered.  Below are a few of his excellent projects.  First his little dragon and little monster.   Underneath is his weight lifter.  What fun!

Ed's small dragonEd's little monster

Ed's weight lifterEd's little devil front view

Ed just finished this amazing bug!  Wonderful!

Ed's paper mache bug

Ed just finished this wonderfully whimsical pitcher!   Love it!

ed b pitcher Ed B's paper mache pitcher

Here is Lukáš Gavenda’s first dragon trophy.  Love it!  (great against that green wall!)

Luka's paper mache dragon trophy

Here is Anna with her dragon.  Wonderful!

Anna's dragon-close up Anna's paper mache dragon

Here is a trophy made by Mike Adams (to go with his weapon collection).   Beautiful!

Mike Adam's paper mache dragon trophy

Here is another project of Mike’s.  Quite the creature!

Mike Adam's monster

Angie Saltman said she would make a dragon for her son’s room.  Boy did she!  Wonderful!

Angie Saltman's paper mache dragon

Along the same line…Lincoln Whisler made this costume made for his son.  It is based upon Little Hanzo.  Fantastic!

Lincoln Whisler's costume made for his son

Here is Nicolas Rammell’s first dragon.  Very nicely done!

Nicolas Rammell's paper mache dragon

And here is Nic’s second dragon, a trophy. Also wonderful!

Nicolas Rammell's dragon

Below is Claudia Yolanda Bujalesky’s first paper mache dragon.  Excellent job!

Claudia Yolanda Bujalesky's paper mache dragon

Here is Stephanie Turic’s first paper mache dragon.  Excellent!  Had to post the cute photo with Stephanie too.

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Stephanie also made this cute little monster!

Stephanie Turic's paper mache monster

And here is a great first dragon made by Joachim Oberhage.  Very nice job!

Joachim Oberhage's paper mache dragon

And here is his second dragon.   Beautiful!

Jochen Oberhage's dragon

This is so much fun!  Uwe Morgenstern has a colleague named Peter who always would cook bockwurst for him and his friends at breakfast.   Peter is retiring and Uwe presented him with this paper mache likeness of Peter.   Fantastic!

Uwe Morgenstern's likeness of Peter

Here a couple, more recent, projects made by Uwe.   First is Ganesha.  Great!

Uwe Morgenstern's Ganesha

And here is Uwe’s cool cat!

Uwe Morgenstern's cat

And here is Uwe’s man with a cigar.  Fun!

Uwe Morgenstern's man with cigar

Uwe has been making more great art!  Here is one for Halloween!  Great face!

Uwe Morgenstern's pumpkin

Here is an excellent tree demon from Uwe!

Uwe Morgenstern's demon in a tree

I love this next one, a soccer loving cat.  Uwe has his own way of celebrating his favorite club!

Uwe Morgenstern's soccer loving cat

And another project by Uwe.  Excellent!

Uwe morganstern's face in frame

Erica Everhart’s “Lena”.  She made it for her daughter (underneath the dragon).  It is a Nightwing dragon, from the book series “Wings of Fire.”   Wonderful!

Erica Everhart's "Lena"

Dom Buxton is a fine artist.  Here are a couple of trophies he made using my paper and cloth techniques.   Wonderful!  You can see more of Dom’s work on his website, www.chewintheart.com.

Here is Dom’s “Mungo”.

Dom Buxton's Mungo

And here is Dom’s “Rufus”

Dom Buxton's Rufus

Here is a dragon made by Josenilson Silva. Beautiful

Josenilson Silvas paper mache dragon

Speaking of dragons….check out the one in John Devayne’s front yard!  Very cool!

John Devaynes Dragon

Look at Leslie Haugen’s paper mache fish!  Lovely!

Leslie Haugen's paper mache fish

Below is Maria Coleman’s paper mache horse (along with one of her daughters having fun with the horse), painted in the style of Mexican alebrijes.  Wonderful.

maria colemans paper mache

And below is a few more project made by Maria.  First a lamb, and a little monster.

maria-colemans-paper-mache-lambMaria Colemans paper mache monster

And here is Maria’s fish and a project in progress.

Maria Colemans-FishMaria Colemans paper mache project

Look at this magnificent paper mache sculpture of Cecil the lion.  It was made by Terry Camp and is displayed at a nursery in Cambria.    I love the little cat with Cecil!

terry camps paper mache cecil at cambria nursery

Below are two excellent dragons made by Veronika Czebes.  Very nice!

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And here is another cool trophy.  This is Juan Carlos’ “Rexy”.  Wonderful!

juan-carlos-paper-mache-rexy

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I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love.  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!

Check out this dragon made by Yohan A. Gonzalez.  Beautiful!
Yohan A. Gonzalez's dragon
This is Mary Mason’s paper mache rabbit.  It is called,”First Impression.” Very nice work!
Mary Mason's paper mache "First Impression"

Here is another really cool dragon!  This three headed guy was made by Roni Zelikson.  Fantastic job!

Roni Zelikson's paper mache dragon

Below is Jörg Gröger’s bat.  Excellent work!

Jörg Gröger's paper mache bat

Crystal Sims made this great dragon!  This is her first.   Really nice job!

Crystal Sims' paper mache dragon
This very cool trophy was made by Michael Eck.  Love it!
michael-ecks-paper-mache-trophy
And here is the unicorn Michael just finished.  Wonderful!
Michael Eck's paper mache unicorn

Look at this great flower post made by Philip Stone!  Excellent work!

Phillip Stone's paper mache flower pot
Here is one of Philip’s earlier pots.
Philip Stone's paper mache plant pot
Below is Rhonda Egeland’ dragon.  Beautiful!  Love the colors.
Rhonda Egeland's paper mache dragon
Here is a great paper mache dragon trophy.  Rachel calls this her “Scottish dragon”.  Beautiful!
Rachel's paper mache Scottish dragon trophy
Students at the International School of Beaverton Oregon have been watching my videos and making their own paper mache sculptures.  They are all fantastic!  Here are a few below.
Taylor and Ajay’s unicorn
Taylor and Ajay's paper mache unicorn
And Ethans bird.
Ethans paper mache sculpture
Here is Lera E’s dragon.
Lera E's paper mache dragon
And another dragon made by Claire W. and Ashley S.
Claire w. And Ashley s. paper mache dragon Claire w. And Ashley s. paper mache dragon-back
Below is Andreea Lorga and Mahak Juneja’s “Scary Cougar”
Andreea Lorga and Mahak Juneja's paper mache cougar
And last but not least, Ahad Aziz and Annabel Lofts’  Pheonix.  Congratulations to all of the students in the class!
Ahad Aziz and Annabel Lofts' paper mache Pheonix
This is Brittany’s paper mache dragon.  She made it for a contest at school.   Even though she learned my techniques from my videos etc, this dragon is uniquely hers.  It is magnificent!
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Here is another view.
brittanys paper mache dragon2
Fantastic!
Below are some of Gert In’t Ven’s  projects.  He lives in Belgium.  Here is his dragon.  Terrific!
Gert's paper mache dragon
Below is Gert’s dragon trophy.
gert's paper mache
And below is one of Gert’s monsters.   Very nice!

gert's paper mache monster

Check out Barbara Sutton’s  “Headless Horseman”!   So fun!
barbara suttons's paper mache headless horseman
And here is another piece of Barbara’s.  Very nice!
barbara-suttonss-paper-mache-dolphin-with mermaid


Here is 9 year old Martin from Spain.  He has been making paper mache for quite a while now.  Here he is with his dragon trophy.
Martin's paper mache dragon trophy
And a couple of Martin’s newer projects.   The monster that ate New York.
Martins new york eating paper mache monster
And Martin’s hippo.
Martins paper mache hippo
And Martin’s pumpkin.
martins paper mache pumpkin

Anne is a Natural Science Illustrator.   She used some of my paper mache techniques to make these costumes.  She wears them around Chicago and NYC
Paper mache wooly mammoth
She calls these her “Happy Pleistoscene”

paper mache happy pleistoscene

 

Here is Ben’s first dragon.   Wonderful!

bens paper mache dragon 2 

I’m always thrilled when people use my books and videos and to make something they love.  Here are more photos sent to me by people doing paper mache.   If you have paper mache art that you would like me to display just send them to me at dan@gourmetpapermache.com.   Enjoy!

This is Mike Murphy’s paper mache “Audrey”.  Great!

MIke Murphy's paper mache Audrey

Mike also made this Marlin. He based it upon the one in the house on the Adam’s Family TV show.   Fantastic!

Mike Murphy's Addam's Family Marlin

Below are a few of Rachel’s paper mache projects.  Here is one of my favorites.  It’s called the “Three Wise Gollums”

Rachel's paper mache ThreeWiseGollums1

Here is Rachel’s cute little dragon.

rachels paper mache Dragon front

Below is another piece by Rachel,  a very cute monkey with hat.

Rachel's paper mache monkey with hat2

This is Rachel’s Billy Bob

Rache's paper mache Billy Bob

Also Rachel’s paper mache “Arthur Pendragon”.  Adorable.

Rachel's paper mache Arthur Pendragon

Here a few of Rache’s fantastic Mariachis!

Rachel's Mariachi

Rachel's paper mache Mariachi

Here is Rachel’s latest… “Marcie” as in ‘Lady of Marseilles’.  Wonderful!

Rachel's Marcie

And here’s Marcie from the back.

Marcie from the back

Here is Siebe Vu’s first paper mache dragon trophy.  Very nice job!

Siebe Vu's paper mache dragon trophy

Here is a project made by the art class run by Bryan Medina Mr Hill.  It won an award at an exhibition.  Congratulations!

Bryan Medina and Mr Hill's class with their paper mache award winning dinosaur

This is Que Bigg’s paper mache dragon.  Wonderful.  Look at those scales!

Que Bigg's paper mache dragon

Now this is something amazing.  Paolo Orlando’s made a paper mache Empire State Building.  That is astounding enough.  But then he made two paper mache dragons climbing it!    If you look closely you can see Spider Man attempting to capture one of them.  Really cool!

Paolo Orlando's paper mache dragons on the Empire State Building3

Another look.

Paolo Orlando's paper mache dragons on the Empire State Building2

And a close up.

paolo's paper mache dragon on empire state building

Here are a few of Jolene De Swardt’s paper mache projects.  First, a great dragon!

Jolene De Swardt's paper mache dragon

Next, a cool paper mache mask!  And then a great “Angry Birds” pinata.

Jolene De Swardt's paper mache head Jolene De Swardt's paper mache Angry Birds pinata

Check out John Daly’s paper mache Praying mantis costume that he made for his son!   What a lucky kid!

John Daly's paper mache Praying mantis costume

This is Heath Lambert’s paper mache dragon trophy.  If you look closely you will see metal parts because it is a Terminator dragon.  Very cool!

Heath Lambert's paper mache dragon2 Heath Lambert's paper mache dragon

And here is another of Heath’s dragons.   Wonderful!

Heath Lambert's paper mache trophy

This is Kelly Mazzeo’s paper mache “Toothless”.  Perfect rendition!

Kelly Mazzeo's paper mache Toothless

Look at Inga Aleknaviciute’s giant, paper mache white bear.  This is one of two.  They are in Watermill Center, NY.  Wonderful!

Inga Aleknaviciute's paper mache white bear

This is Mattie Sue Athan’s paper mache project she calls “Head Shot”.   Beautiful!

Mattie Sue Athan's paper mache "Head Shot"

And here is Mattie Sue’s mask.  Very cool indeed!