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Clay Loki Full Armor by The-Wizard-WhoDid-it Clay Loki Full Armor by The-Wizard-WhoDid-it
After a chat with Darth~Serket on my other loki I decided to make my original loki the helmet and cape. I believe That it was a success and yes, they can be taken off.

Original Clay Loki: the-wizard-whodid-it.deviantar…
Darth~Serket's Page: darth-serket.deviantart.com/
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Rixari Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Very nice! That takes some talent to make something like that removable without breaking, and it looks great!!
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The-Wizard-WhoDid-it Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

Yeah... no breaking...

JK only one strand of hair was hurt on his head, which was fixed with glue. :)

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Rixari Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Aw, that stinks. At least it's fixable, right? c:

(Although I still have to say that it's pretty impressive because I've heard horror stories of the Hot Toys Loki helmet breaking when people try to put it on. Those things cost like, $40 to replace apparently)
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The-Wizard-WhoDid-it Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

Yep it was an easy fix :)

barely noticeable too. it also gave his hair nice golden highlights :)

most of my clay figures have been broken, but each one was just glued back together. That's what I like about sculpey clay.

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Rixari Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
That's good! c:
Yeah, sculpey's pretty awesome. I wish I had the time to try sculpting stuff, I've tried before and ultimately give up lol
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The-Wizard-WhoDid-it Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

I've had about 4 years of practice with it too, so it now comes naturally to me.

I've also gotten a lot busier, I barely got these sculpted and posted.

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Rixari Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lucky lol. I actually tried sculpting a kid Loki from the Journey into Mystery comics last summer and wound up scrapping the whole thing. I think the main problem was I just didn't have a good enough wire base made. That and realistic faces are super hard to sculpt. orz

It really stinks when people get too busy to do stuff they enjoy, at least you found the time though c:
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The-Wizard-WhoDid-it Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist

Yeah I tend to use aluminum foil when my sculpts are this size (under 7 inches easy) any bigger though I use wire.  it sticks better to the foil and wire tends to mess up my sculpts when baking because of the weight of them.

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THAT would have been a cool sculpt!

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