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How to Make Masks!: Easy New Way to Make a Mask for Masquerade, Halloween and Dress-Up Fun, With Just Two Layers of Fast-Setting Paper Mache Paperback – January 22, 2012
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Jonni Good is obsessed with both animals and art – she is constantly surrounded by her growing menagerie of masks, paper mache animal sculptures, and plenty of real critters, too – her pets sometimes “help” her in her studio.
Jonni started drawing animals back in grade school, which was a very, very long time ago. Doing the research required for her artwork is almost as fun for her as doing the artwork itself, because it allows her to learn so much about history and the natural world. This was particularly true with her latest book, How to Make Masks! because the history of this art form spans at least 35,000 years.
In her “spare” time, she answer questions from fellow paper mache sculptors from all over the world – you’ll find many lively conversations in the comments section on her blog at UltimatePaperMache.com. She is also the author of the book Make Animal Sculptures with Paper Mache Clay.
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Aside: Jonni Good seems to be a real animal lover. Her cat is singing (meowing) away in one of the video tutorials. Pretty funny.
I've been making paper mache for decades! Has good suggestions and great pictures…
My only complain is that when you get the book on a shelf, there is no tittle on the side of the book?
As a Theatre Arts teacher, I was looking for different techniques to make paper mache masks. I bought the book and have used it a lot since I bought it.
Instructions are clear and easy to follow, it has many pictures and provides good support when in doubt.
She has a page in which she posts videos of the procedure, which are great for visual learners.