Sculpting pattern for a Paper Mache Baby Panda.
See details below to see how to use this pattern to make your own baby panda sculpture.
Who wouldn’t love to have a baby panda of their own?
This is one of the first sculpture patterns I designed, and it’s been used by hundreds of people to make baby pandas of their own. In fact, this is the project that proved how easy it is to make a realistic sculpture when you start with a cardboard pattern on the inside of your armature. If you’ve never used a pattern to create a sculpture before, this is a good one to start with.
The 10-page PDF has the printable pattern and complete instructions for putting your baby panda together.
Note: Although this panda would be cute in a baby’s room, the acrylic paint and the joint compound on his fur are not edible. It should be kept out of reach of babies and toddlers.
To make this paper mache sculpture you will need:
- A printer (or copy the pattern by hand
- Recycled newspaper
- Masking tape
- Flour and water paste
- A small amount of drywall joint compound (optional – I used it to get a light texture for the fur, but your panda will look just fine without it.)
- Acrylic paint
- Matte acrylic varnish
- A small rubber ball or stuffed animal, for the baby panda to hold.
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