Those are fantastic and I like that you did two of them. I just love ancient egyptian everything. I believe they had some "outside" help from somewhere else to build all the beautiful things they built.
Outstanding. They are so realistic looking. You really captured the anubis.
Some questions: How tall did they end up being? I know the base was hollow woodframe so expect they are pretty lightweight. Any guess at what they ended up weighing? Curious how exactly are you going to use them in your haunt? Sorry if you already mentioned that somewhere in the thread before. Just a terrific job though.
Interesting tip Clad in Shadows. Thanks for sharing. Again, just love your work and thanks for the info on height and such. If they don't fit in your house, I'll gladly take them off you handsFYI : I noticed that the paper mache sticks better when painting with concrete stain compared to acrylic or spray paint.
Acrylic and spray paints tend to loosen some of the paper.