In this study, ethylene methacrylic acid copolymer (EMAA) was used as the matrix to produce EMAA/A1203 and EMAA/NiCr composite coatings from dry-blended powder mixtures. This work was conducted to determine processing concerns when using similar sized reinforcement particles of different density in a flame-spray process. This work has utility for applications that require a reduction in mechanical wear and/or to confer upon a polymeric deposit a certain functional property by the introduction of value-added powder. Free-standing coatings were produced to test the mechanical properties of the sprayed deposit. The effects of the filler content on the secant modulus, yield stress, and tensile strength are discussed. The differences in deposition efficiencies among the EMAA, A1203, and NiCr are highlighted with respect to particle size and density.