My students also made giant crazy faces out of cardboard, with the facial features (eyes, nose, mouth) made out of scraps of lightweight tooling foil, that was gently tooled and colored with Sharpies.
My students also made these fun little monster heads when we were through making messes with papier-mache and paint! They are very easy to create.
And in case those three projects weren't enough, we also did a quickie project painting dragon eyeballs based on a project discovered on Instagram.
And we painted wacky faces on roofing felt with the leftover acrylics. They were cut out and glued onto a paper that had been "painted" by placing bleeding tissue paper on the wet paper, and then removing the tissue after the color bled out. Here's a couple of them.
DragonWing Arts is now on break until January, when we will be focusing on pop and op art projects to bring cheerful color into the gloom of winter!