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Lady Loki Horned Headdress by MorganCrone Lady Loki Horned Headdress by MorganCrone
This horned diadem was created for a customer who cosplayed as Lady Loki at the April 12th 2012 Hollywood premier of the Avengers movie. I have never heard of Lady Loki prior to this commission so I didn’t have much to go on. The whole outfit was mores so based on the Norse ideas of Loki. The diadem was designed exclusively for the customer and I will never create another one of its kind. I do take commissions but I will never duplicate this piece, the customer has exclusive rights to the design. It marked a huge turning point in her life and is an extremely personal piece, please respect that.

DO NOT COPY THIS DESIGN IN ANYWAY.
I went to great length to make sure this piece did NOT look like any pre-existing version of Lady Loki to ensure it was an original and one of a kind piece.

A horned diadem hand sculpted from epoxy clay for :iconladyofmisrule:

You can see it being worn in the "Marvel's The Avengers Red Carpet World Premiere" video on youtube at about 1-hour-15-minutes

More photos available on my FaceBook page:[link]

For commission information and pricing please refer to my DA Journal entry here: [link]

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*UPDATE*
It has come to my attention that there is an ebay seller who is making exact copies of this piece. Please be aware that this is a ONE OF A KIND piece and any replicas or you may see in NO WAY have the permission to use this design. If you find this headdress being sold elsewhere please report it. This piece was NOT based on ANY comic Loki design so any piece that is an exact or close copy of this design IS NOT taken from any other source.
Thank you.
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Lady Loki Horned Headdress by ~MorganCrone ( Suggested by InKibus and Featured by FrockTarts )
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Oh my Jesus this is beautiful, I want one its just so gorgeous 
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saskikana Nov 4, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
This is gorgeous! <3 :love:
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:iconmorgancrone:
MorganCrone Jan 6, 2013  Professional General Artist
Thank you!
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Traumfaengerin-Wish Aug 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I totall love it! Well done!
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:iconmorgancrone:
MorganCrone Sep 25, 2012  Professional General Artist
Thank you! :D
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:icontraumfaengerin-wish:
Traumfaengerin-Wish Sep 25, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you're welcome =)
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DarthJader11 Jul 24, 2012  Student Filmographer
I would like to thank you for introducing me to the wonders of epoxy clay. I'll never go back!
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:iconmorgancrone:
MorganCrone Jul 26, 2012  Professional General Artist
You're welcome :D I know it always nice to discover a new medium :) What brand are you using if I may ask?
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DarthJader11 Jul 26, 2012  Student Filmographer
Magic-Sculpt. It's a little sticky at first but that could be because I live where it's humid all the time, other than that I LOVE it. :love:
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:iconmorgancrone:
MorganCrone Jul 26, 2012  Professional General Artist
Try All-Fix. It's a lot better then Magic Sculpt and less sticky. It's also easier to mix the 2 parts. And any time the epoxies are sticky to work with just let them sit for about 5 minutes after mixing and they will be a lot smoother, also keep your hands wet, it smooths out with water. Magic Sculpt Sculpt us what this headdress is made of but I have since moved on to All-Fix. Also, a non-water smoothing one that is really great is the Amazing Sculpt but I do suggest getting the smoothing solution from the company.
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