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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!

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!

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!

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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!

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 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!

Sofia Greenberg made her firs paper mache dragon trophy for a school project.   I love how this turned out with the great eyes and mouth!   Excellent colors and textures!

Sofia Greenberg's paper mache trophy

Here is an amazing octupus from Cindy Williams.  Love everything about this piece!  You can see more of Cindy’s work further down the page.

And here is Cindy’s newest octopus which will be on display at the conservation center/aquarium in Florida!   Just beautiful!  Scroll down the page to see more of Cindy’s art!

Cindy Williams octopus

And a couple more views of this beauty!

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Here is Janet Davison’s latest dragon, a trophy this time.  Wonderful work!

Janet Davison's paper mache trophy

Phoebe Sparrow Wagner has been doing paper mache for quite a long time.   Here are some samples of her excellent work!

First, some birds (and Phoebe)

Phoebe Sparrow Wagner with her bird

Phoebe Sparrow Wagner bird

And some of Phoebe’s meerkats.   Love these.  The one in the yellow dress uses a cane and two hearing aids!

Phoebe Sparrow Wagner paper mache meerkats Phoebe Sparrow Wagner Meerkat in dress, with disabilities — uses cane and two hearing aids

And some great people including “Betsy” (with the skirt)

Phoebe Sparrow Wagner- Betsy Phoebe Sparrow Wagner

And finally Phoebe’s paper mache sun.  Wonderful!

Phoebe Sparrow Wagner paper mache sun

Look at this excellent sorting had made by Ashley Cheetham!  Wonderful.  She is going to use it as a tree topper!  Even better!

Ashley Cheetham's sorting hat tree topper

Here is Jennifer Stensland’s “Ice Dragon”!   What a beautiful piece!  Love the textures and colors!  Amazing!

Jennifer Stensland Ice Dragon2 Jennifer Stensland Ice Dragon

Andy and his kids, Bella and Nate decided to make a dragon together.  It became a family project.  And what a fantastic dragon it turned out to be!    Andy got to carry this cool dragon on the “tube” in London on the way to Nate’s “show and tell”.  Lots of looks!  Lots of fun!

Andy, Rebekah, Bella (6) and Nate(4)2

And here they are, Andy on the left, Bella in the middle, and Nate on the right.  I love this photo!  I’ve been told that there is interest in making the body someday!  That would be quite the challenge!

Andy, Rebekah, Bella (6) and Nate(4)

Inez decided to make her grandson, Hamish, a dragon to ride in a carnival.   She ended up with two fantastic pieces!

Inez Hewitt made Hamish's Carnival entry

And here is Hamish riding one! Lucky kid to have such a grandmother! Btw, he called the dragon “Wrapper” (she thinks he means “raptor'”  How cute is that!)

Hamish's dragon

This is Presha’s first paper mache dragon!  His name is “Noz.” Amazing!

presha's paper mache dragon

Below are two of Owen Scullion’s amazing sculptures!  The first is a “Mountain Banshee”.  Underneath is untitled.    If you want to see more of Owen’s work, check out his website here, and his Facebook Page.   Enjoy!

Owen Scullion's mountain banshee Owen Scullion's untitled

This is Jason Swaney’s excellent dragon!

Jason Swaney's paper mache dragon

Matthew Pickel made this amazing “mindflayer” (from Dungeons and Dragons) a.k.a. “Illithid.” Wonderful job!

Matthew Pickel mindflayer also known as a Illithid

And from the side

Matthew Pickel mindflayer also known as a Illithid2

Look at this great dragon made by Christopher Sanford.  Excellent work!

Christopher Sanford's paper mache dragon

This fantastic dragon is “Pyrros the Vengeful, Guardian of Written Lore!”  Created by Gabrielle, Calla, and Brianna, it resides at Greenacres Library in the Palm Beach County Library System in Florida.   Wonderful way to get kids to read!

-Gabrielle - Pyrros the Vengeful, Guardian of Written Lore!

Here is Pyrros with Calla, Brianna, and Gabrielle.  Excellent job!

-Gabrielle - Pyrros w: Calla, Brianna, Gabrielle

Look at this life sized orc made by Mongloux Jean- François!  Fantastic!

Mongloux Jean- François's life sized orc

Here are four great projects made by Gretchen Hill.  First is “The Fruitbowl of Knowledge”

gretchen hill The Fruitbowl of Knowledge

Here is Gretchen’s “Mr. Tumnus”

gretchen hill Mr. Tumnus

Here is “The Calavera Toddler”

Gretchen Hill The Calavera Toddler

Finally, Gretchens “Mrs. Peter P. Pumpkineater Makes Her Escape.”  Such wonderful projects!

Mrs. Peter P. Pumpkineater Makes Her Escape gretchen hill

This fantastic dragon trophy was made by Nicola!  See more about Nicola and this dragon here!

Nicola's paper mache dragon

Here is Angela Bello’s Bambi.   What a great project to have in a garden!

Angela's paper mache Garden Bambi

Erica and Nadia Bonhomme live in the far North, in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada.   That is where they race Soapbox cars.  Nadia wanted a dragon themed car, and Erica (Nadia’s mother) and Nadia decided to make one!    And what a wonderful car they made!  This is going to be such a hit!

Erica and Nadia Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada

Look at this fantastic dragon trophy made by Greg Bruna!  Wonderful!Greg Bruna's paper mache dragon trophy

Christian Lemieux is making som great paper mache art!  Look at these three amazing trophies!   See more of Christian’s art on his Facebook Page!

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Christian Lemieux paper mache trophy

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Look at this amazing multi-head trophy made by Cindy Williams!  It is her “chimera”, a combination lion, goat, and snake.  Magnificent!  You can see more of Cindy’s work at the top of the page.

Cindy Williams chimera

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By the way, here is one of Cindy’s earlier pieces, an amazing dragon!

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Here is a fantastic light-up dragon made by Erin St.Blaine.  To read more about this dragon, visit her site, www.firepixie.com.

Erin St.Blaine's light up dragon

Below is Lyman’s paper mache dragon.   See more of Lyman’s excellent paper mache work here!

Lyman's paper mache dragon

This amazing dragon was made by Ivan Arzamastsev.  Fantastic!

Ivan Arzamastsev's paper mache dragon

Below are three paper mache projects made by Sattik Halder, his chameleon, cheetah, and fox!  All fabulous!

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sattik Halder's paper mache fox.

Here is a better photo of Sattik’s full size jaguar.  Excellent!

Sattik Halder's paper mache jaguar

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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!

This is Duain Kelaart’s Animatronic Sea Dragon.  It is really fantastic.  Operates with motion in front of it.  I can’t put the on this post, but you can see it in YouTube, here.    You can see more of Duain’s excellent projects lower on the page.

 Duain Animatronic Sea Dragon

Here is Ivona Velinovskis’ first paper mache dragon.  Beautiful job!

Ivana Velinovskis' dragon

And here is Ivona with her dragon.  A great match!

Ivona Velinovski with dragon

And here is Ivona’s newest project.    Love the lights.  Love the attitude of the animal!  Beautiful!

Ivona Velinovski's paper mache dog

Check out Jeff Mongloux paper mache dragon!  Jeff is on the left.  🙂  Excellent!

jeff mongloux paper mache dragon

This is Duain Kelaart’s paper mache dragon.  Very nice job!  Check out his Youtube channel, “DK Arts.”

duain kelaart's paper mache dragon

And Duain has made another fantastic Animatronic Sea Dragon!   Excellent work!  So great in fact that it was featured in a book and website that you can see here.

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Here is Duain’s latest project.  This is his Chupacabra – Gargoyle Hybrid.  Just fantastic!

You can see more about this project here, https://bit.ly/2VzKrmw  and here, https://bit.ly/2S8CmTW.    .

Duain Kelaart Chupacabra - Gargoyle Hybrid Sculpture- night

It also glows in the dark.

Here is Duain’s halloween project this year.  A fantastic Werewolf!  You can see a photo progression on Youtube, here, https://youtu.be/VcTL4m7VxOw

Duain's halloween project

Another great project by Duain.   A lovely mixture of 2 and 3D.  Great work as always!Duain's bear and salmon

And here is Duain’s newest 2D/3D masterpiece!  You can see a video of this build here.

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Agnes Klein-Orban is a paper mache artist living in Vienna.   Below are three of her wonderful pieces, three beautiful women!

agnes orban's paper mache lady with octopus

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Here is a great “water dragon” trophy made by Maygan Frederick.  Fantastic!

Maygan Frederick's paper mache trophy Maygan Frederick's paper mache trophy

Here are some terrific sculptures made by Nareth Fernández.  First, two great owls!

Nareth Fernández's paper mache owl2 Nareth Fernández's paper mache owl

And look at Nareth Fernández’s dragon and cool monsters head!  Excellent!

Nareth Fernández's paper mache dragon2 Nareth Fernández's paper mache dragon

Here is Mark McCauley’s first dragon.  Fantastic!

Check out Kim Wendelin’s great dragon trophy!  This on her first attempt!  Excellent!

Kim Wendelin'a paper mache dragon

Here is Tamaka Bailey’s eagle.   What a great project!

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Here is Uwe Luckhardt with his second paper mache dragon head!  You know what they say about two heads being better than one!  Excellent job!

Uwe Luckhardt's paper mache dragon

This is “Craig’s Ice Dragon.”  This is fairly large project, about 2 meters tall!  Very cool!

Craig's Ice Dragon

Below is Kipp’s first paper mache dragon trophy.   Magnificent!

Kipps paper mache dragon trophy

This is an ugly, and beautiful, little monster named “Burp” made by Barry.   I always love a good monster!

Barry & Judith's Burp

And here is Barry’s newest project, his “Terrordactyl”.   The project is articulated and the wooden mechanism makes it fly.  Excellent!

Barry's Terrordactyl

Speaking of great monsters, my friend Don Hagemeyer has been making them for a while n ow.   Here is one who just had a monster-make-over.   Meet “Mr Green, Hello Good Bye.”  Fantastic!

Here is the first dragon made by Meredith Leopard.  Fantastic!

Below are some projects made by paper mache artist Pamela Spiro Wagner.  All great!   To see more of her work go to her blog, https://arteveryday365.com

Here is “A fanciful Dr Geuss.”

This is “Decorated Betsy”

And Pamela’s “Giant Dream Tortoise”

This a “Life-size paper mâché psychiatrist John Jumoke”.  Amazing!

Here is a fantastic display of dragon trophies made by Ross Sprovieri.   He made these as a display for his business.   A great display indeed!

Justine Pipitone used my videos to make some wonderful trophies for family and friends.  Lucky them!  Here is Justine with “DeSoto.”

ustine Pipitone with paper mache DeSoto

And this is Justine’s “Kratos.”

ustine Pipitone paper mache Kratos

Heather Forster really loves paper mache.  It shows.  Here are a few of Heathers wonderful projects!

HEATHER FORSTERs paper mache penguin

HEATHER FORSTERs paper mache lady

HEATHER FORSTERs paper mache ducklike thing

Elizabeth Mason made her first paper mache dragon, “Argoth the Terrible.”  What fun!  (That’s Elizabeth with Argoth)

Elizabeth M Mason Argoth the Terrible

Duane Berry just finished his first dragon.  Very nice!

Duane Berry Dragon

Duane also made this “halfhalf” minion for his son.  Lucky!

Duane Berry halfhalf_minion

David O’Gara’s made this fantastic dragon puppet named “Shiela.”  Just amazing.

David O'Gara's paper mache Shiela 2

Here is a close-up of Shiela.  Great face!

David O'Gara paper mache Sheila-1

Here is a dragon made by Jools Dumbrell for a theater production on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland, Australia.   Very striking!

Jools Dumbrell's paper mache theatre dragon

Look at this great newborn dragon made by Ann Wright.  So cute!

Ann Wright's paper mache baby dragon

Anne MacKinnon made this wonderful dragon named “Audry III.”   Love the paint job on this!  Just excellent!

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Here is another great dragon Sandra Bäumler made using one of my books!  Love the movement of this piece!

Sandra_Bäumler's paper mache Dagon

Guido Reuter watched my dragon trophy video and made this excellent “Firedragon” for himself.  Really great job!

Guido Reuter's Firedragon

Catriona’s made this great head dress of a snapping turtle!  So cool!

Catriona's snapping turtle head dress Catriona's snapping turtle head dress2

Here is George Chave’s first paper mache dragon.    Fantastic!  Wonderful energy in this one.

George Chave's paper mache dragon

Magda lives in Poland.  After watching some of my videos she decided to make some of her own projects.  Below is her dragon trophy, and under that, her “White Dragon” costume.  Excellent job!

Magda's Brown Dragon Magda's White Dragon Costume

And here is Magda’s newest “Blue Dragon.”  excellent once again!

Magda's Blue Dragon

Here is Bert Houbrechts’ little dragon.  Lots of personality!   Excellent work!

Bert Houbrechts' paper mache dragon

And a few dragon trophies.  Below is Alexander Wachsmann’s first paper mache dragon.  Very nice job!

Alexander Wachsmann's paper mache dragon trophy

This is Marissa Plowden’s “unemployment” dragon (because she made it while between jobs.  So great!

Marissa Plowden's paper mache dragon

Christopher Re has decided to fill his workspace with dragons.  He is well on his way with these two excellent trophies!

Christopher Re's paper mache dragon

Christopher Re's paper mache dragon2

This is Milton Montaño Rojas’ dragon.  Wonderful colors! Very nice dragon!

Milton Montaño Rojas' paper mache dragon

Hannah Mae Sovinski has been making some great monsters!   Here is one  of them.

Hannah Mae Sovinski's paper mache monster

Akhilesh made his son a wonderful paper mache minion! Here it is with his son, Bhaumik.

Akhilesh Singh's paper mache

Koni Lanzius’ made this wonderful dragon, VAKAROS! Beautifully done!

Koni Lanzius' paper mache dragon

And here is the rider on the dragon.  She has her own costume!

 VAKAROS! paper mache dragon Koni Lanzius

Koni has just finished another wonderful piece, this time the Elf King from Lord of the Rings!

Connie Lantz Final work

Some close-ups….

Connie Lantz The King on his ElkConnie Lantz with saddle and landscaping

Thomas Rozek makes GREAT masks!   Some are paper mache, some are more mixed media.   But they are all very cool.  Here are a couple.   If you’d like to see more, visit Thomas here.

Check out his Scorpion mask!  Two angles.

Thomas Rozek paper mache mask scorpion-helmet2

Thomas Rozek paper mache mask scorpion-helmet

And Thomas calls this “Casual Friday Mask”. Wonderful!

Thomas Rozek paper mache mask, casual-friday

Janet Davison has made two great dragons (so far!)!    They have each won awards at a local state fair!   Great job!

janet davidson's paper mache dragon Janet Davison's second dragon

Chris Gilbert decided to give his cousin a really cool wedding gift.  And he did!  Look at the paper mache dragon he made for him!   He named it “Prometheus” after a character in Dungeons and Dragons.   Fantastic!

Chris Gilbert's paper mache dragon Prometheus

Patti Shirley has a wonderful sense of humor.  She made this paper mache “PENNYWISE” in order to sneak it into her brother’s bathroom and give him a scare.  I guess it worked!   It certainly would on me!  What a fantastic rendition!

Patti shirley's paper mache PENNYWISE

Patti has just finished this fantastic rendition of “Groot.”   Excellent!

patti shirley paper mache Groot

Shannon Gray decided to make her son, Evan a great Halloween costume.   So she made this “‘Sorceror Dragon” for him!  Fabulous!  What a lucky kid (and talented mom)!

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Jeanne Greenleaf made this incrdible “DragonChicken!”   Love the expression!

Jeanne Greenleaf Lebow DragonChicken

Jeanne has also made a number of excellent fish!  A sample below.  Great work!

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Jeanne Greenleaf Lebow DragonFish 2a

Check out this fantastic dragon trophy made by Marko Salomäki!  Love the textures and colors.  Excellent job!

Marko Salomäki paper mache Dragon

If you like Tolkien, you’ll enjoy this dragon!  This is Maygan’s version of Smaug over the Lonely Mountain.   Fantastic!

Mayan's paper mache Smaug

A closer look is warranted, especially the fire that she added!

Mayan's paper mache Smaug2

Nipsolass Clark has been making some great masks the last couple of years.   Here is his fabulous gremlin mask!   Wonderful!

Nipsolass Clark - gremlin mask

And here is Nipsolass’ Triceratops mask!   Incredible!

Nipsolass Clark - triceratops mask

And Nipsolass finished a couple more fantastic masks before Halloween.  Check out this dinosaur/dragon mask!

Nipsolass Clark paper mache mask

And this very strange character!

Nipsolass Clark paper mache mask2

Look at this adorable photo of Alex holding her first paper mache dragon sculpture!   (She had some help making the dragon from mom, Jessica)  Wonderful!

Alex holding our first paper mache dragon sculpture.

Bill Wehmeier made a great paper mache dragon for his Halloween display this year.  It is about 5 feet tall!  Fantastic!

Bill Wehmeier's paper mache dragon

Below are some excellent dragons made by Gord Merritt.  First are a couple of wonderful babies!

Gord Merritt's paper mache baby dragon  Gord Merritt's paper mache baby dragon2

And here are a few of Gord’s trophies.  Fantastic!

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Gord Merritt'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.   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!

Chris Burgess dragon Chris Burgess dragon 2

 

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!

 

Judith Wade is an author, and now a sculptor!  She made the main character in her book “The Lost Dragon”.  Congratulations on both!

Judith Wade's paper mache dragon

 

Here is Марфа Корякина’s dragon.  Love this photo!

Марфа Корякина dragon

And here is another piece by Марфа.  Really great!

Марфа Корякина's newest

Finally, Марфа’s latest works

Марфа's paper mache wolfman Марфа's paper mache seadragon

 

 

This is John Cooper’s “Snaggletooth”.  Yes, those are real horns!  Very nice work!

John Cooper's "Snaggletooth"

Below is Dani (Rhea McCullough) and her little Drogon.    Perfect!

dany and drogon (Rhea McCullough)

Lisa Albien made this excellent dragon.  He lives in the woods.

Lisa Albien's paper mache dragon

Here is Sarah Handel’s first paper mache dragon.  Fantastic!

Sarahs paper mache Dragon

Shauntelle Thompson’s made a unicorn for daughter Sophie.  Here they are.  What a lucky girl!

shauntelle Thompson's unicorn with Sophie

 

Check out David Wood’s paper mache totem!  Amazing!

david Wood's paper mache totem

And here is David’s first project, a dragon trophy.   Very nice.

avid's paper mache Dragon Head

Chelsea just started making dragon trophies.  Here are her first two.   Beautiful!

chelsea's dragons

 

Below is Helen Köhler’s first dragon.  She likes the white of the cloth mache so she decided not to paint.   Great job!  You can see more about this dragon on Helen’s Facebook page.

Helen_Köhler's dragon

And here is Helen’s second dragon.   He loves to climb trees!

Helen_Köhler's second dragon

 

This is Rich Helm’s paper mache angler fish.  Fantastic.  If you’d like to read about the making of this project, check out Rich’s blog here.

Rich Helm's paper mache "Wilburine"

Below is Karin Stern’s first paper cache dragon. Beautiful!
Karin Stern's first paper mache dragon
And here is a great piece of art made by Brian Hendricks.  Excellent!
Brian Hendricks' paper mache art

 

 

Here is my friend, João Carlos’ first paper mache dragon trophy.  Beautiful job!

João_Carlos' paper mache dragon

And below is João Carlos’ second trophy, a deer head.  Excellent!

João Carlos' paper mache deer head

João continues to be very busy making art.  Look at his new works below!  First, João with his new dragon trophy.

João with his new dragon trophy

And another.. his blue Tiamat dragon.

João CarlosBlue Tiamat

And here is João’s angler fish and wolfman! Amazing!

João with his angler fishJoão's wolfman

João made this chalice as a commission.  Very cool!

João chalice

 

 

 

Below is Darmoyo Ramli with his dragon.  Great work!

Terima Kashish's paper mache dragon

 

Here is Cheri Rose’s first paper mache dragon.  Wonderful job!  Love the colors.

Cheri Rose's paper mache dragon

 

 

This is Dan Wolff’s dragon trophy.  Excellent!

Dan Wolff's paper mache dragon

And this is Dan’s “Opus”.  I love this piece!

Dan Wolff opus

And here are some of Dan’s masks.  Very cool!

Dan Wolff's paper mache masks

 

Kyle Breske’s also decided to do some paper mache.  Here he is with his excellent dragon!  Kyle is on the left  🙂

Kyle Breske's paper mache dragon

 

Coleen Johnston has made some very nice paper mache art.  Here is here baby dragon emerging from the egg! Splendid!

Coleen Johnston's paper mache dragon- baby

And here is Coleen’s dragon trophy.  Excellent.

Coleen Johnston's paper mache dragon trophy

 

Below is some of Fabiano Pimentel’s paper mache art.   First, a dragon.

Fabiano Pimentel's paper mache3

And this great clown!

Fabiano Pimentel's paper mache2

Finally, Fabiano’s fantastic pin head!

Fabiano Pimentel's paper mache

 

I conducted paper mache classes for many years with kids.  So I know how much work it can be.  Marcia Morehead teaches art for the Fowlerville Community Schools.  She runs a paper mache class based upon my blog.   I’m very flattered.   Here are some of the pieces her students made.

Abby and Chloe’s paper mache monster

Abby and Chloe's paper mache monster

Abby and Nathan’s

abby and Nathan's paper mache monster

Aliya and Bella’s

Aliya and Bella's paper mache monster

Bre and Behah’s

Bre and Behah's paper mache monster

Finally, Charlotte and Samantha’s.    Congratulations all!

Charlotte and Samantha's paper mache monster

 

 

Pamela Vogan Lynch also taught art in New York (one of many things she did over a 35 year career!)  She sent me a few photos of pieces made by her students.   I love seeing students getting the opportunity to play with this medium.  Thank you to Pam and all the art teachers out there who are brave enough offer this to their kids!

“Monstro” by Emily Metruck

"monstro" by Emily Metruck

Jessica House’s “Jerome”

Jessica House's "Jerome"

“Lounge Lizard” by Ryan Sullivan

"lounge lizard" by Ryan Sullivan

 

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