How-To: Papier-mâché gargoyle

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How-To:  Papier-mâché gargoyle

Or is it “carton-pierre?” Anyway, it wins. “Ghostess” Deanna did a great job documenting the process of building “Goliath,” who is based on the eponymous character from Disney’s Gargoyles cartoon. Hard to believe he started out as glue, craft paper, and PVC pipe.

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4 thoughts on “How-To: Papier-mâché gargoyle

  1. Brian says:

    This guy really has a lot of neat projects on his website. Poke around for inspiration… Very nice!

  2. Sean Michael Ragan says:

    “Ghostess Deanna” is emphatically female, but otherwise, yes, I totally agree with you. She has a great site!

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