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This photo is based on the 3 seconds of Loki's appearance in the "Thor: the Dark World" trailer.

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Loki with an apple. The joke about apples is well-known in Russian-speaking part of fandom but I really don't know how to translate this quibble to English.

Whispering Grass Thomas is sculpted by me. Faceup, wig, custom eyes, clothes, furniture are made by me. Body is Soom Supergem.
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Spring was too late in Ukraine this year. These photos were made yesterday, and it's the end of March already. So Loki decided to use some magic to speed up the season change.

WARNING: FULLSIZE IS HUGE! Click to enlarge or download!
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Thomas makeup by me, afer Loki from "Avengers" movie. Made out of Apoxie Sculpt, prototype #1.

Whispering Grass Thomas is my 1st BJD sculpt: [link]
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I love not only Thor and Avengers movies but also Norse myths a lot. So I decided to make a viking costume for my Loki. As he is the God of Fire I chose reds, oranges and yellows for the costume.

Materials used: linen, wool and cotton fabrics, natural leather and suede, embroidery is done by hand, metal pieces are made of copper and oxidized with 'liver of sulfur' patina.
A set of Elder Futhark runes is a nice addition to the set.

Reconstruction of the costume from Mammen, Denmark, was chosen as a main reference, and I used a lot of other sources on the viking clothes of X-XI centuries.

Loki is Whispering Grass Thomas head on Soom Supergem body. The head is sculpted by me.
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I always wanted to make two kind of costumes: Spanish XVI costume and lolita dress. This outfit is a weird and kinky combination. The skirt could be removed, and the costume becomes totally male.

All clothes, shoes and accessories, faceup and wig are made by me.

Whispering Grass Thomas is my 1st BJD head that is offered for sale.
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The original prototype head made out of Apoxie Sculpt is on the left, the polyurethane head is on the right. They are so alike but the difference is obvious. I corrected some issues in the 2nd version of the wig so the face looks more narrow. There are also some changes in makeup schema: eyebrows shape differs a bit, no wrinkles added. I decided to make him look more younger.

Whispering Grass Thomas is my 1st BJD head that is offered for sale.
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Thomas makeup by me. The eyes are custom made by me. Owner: Justice Rainger.
Faceup is similar to this one: [link]

Whispering Grass Thomas is my 1st BJD sculpt: [link]
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Loki is Whispering Grass Thomas head on Soom Supergem body. The head is sculpted by me and casted at Dollshecraft.

Viking costume is made by me.
Materials used: linen, wool and cotton fabrics, natural leather and suede, embroidery is done by hand, metal pieces are made of copper and oxidized with 'liver of sulfur' patina.
A set of Elder Futhark runes is a nice addition to the set.

Reconstruction of the costume from Mammen, Denmark, was chosen as a main reference, and I used a lot of other sources on the viking clothes of X-XI centuries.
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Loki is Whispering Grass Thomas head on Soom Supergem body. The head is sculpted by me and casted at Dollshecraft.

Viking costume is made by me.
Materials used: linen, wool and cotton fabrics, natural leather and suede, embroidery is done by hand, metal pieces are made of copper and oxidized with 'liver of sulfur' patina.
A set of Elder Futhark runes is a nice addition to the set.

Reconstruction of the costume from Mammen, Denmark, was chosen as a main reference, and I used a lot of other sources on the viking clothes of X-XI centuries.
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