Ultimate Paper Mache Blog
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This dragon head bust or wall sculpture, was made with CelluClay, glass beads and polymer clay teeth. See the full guest post tutorial to see how it was done.
If you love paper mache clay but it doesn’t come out the same every time, your kitchen scale is the answer. Use these gram measurements from now on.
Start sculpting your paper mache animals the easy way by using a custom-made armature pattern. Sculpt lifelike animals, birds, lizards and fish.
This super-easy paper mache paste contains no flour, it’s gluten-free, and it doesn’t attract mold or insects. And it’s perfect for grade school art teachers.