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This one was made as a dedication for my grandmother - Irena, who is dead for more than 10 years.
It was inspired by a spoon she gave my mum and my mum two days ago gave me...

Silver and amber.
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Still the same technique as here [link] only other metal :)
Bracelet
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Earrings with my favourite stone :)
Don't miss my sale, -10% for DA users, details in my journal :)
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re-design of dolls, that i aready made

Some more portraits:

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6 inches tall
fabric fur + fimo c l ay parts
just one more doll from my "Tiny Griffins" series =)
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1 12 Scale Dollhouse Miniature
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1:12 Scale Dollhouse Miniature Handcrafted from Polymer Clay
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1:12 Scale Dollhouse Miniature handcrafted from polymer clay
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Sorry for the bad photo quality... could be better :(

For: Yasmine

Theme: Sushi with faces, diamond, clock

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Molotow paint on Philips headphones

For: Lisa

Theme: killer whale, blue, red

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Sneaker by H&M
Acrylic Paint and Faber Castell waterproof pens on cotton.
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Handmade blueberry pasties with whipped cream, now I only wish they where real (: . These are made in polymer clay and in 1:12 scale by me.
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I made this mandarin for as commission and had fun photographing on life sized mandarin peel, what do you think?
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To celebrate the joy of creating miniatures and that I now have nearly 200 followers at my blog ( [link] ) I decided to have a give away!

If you like to win these handmade delicates visit my blog.
They are handmade by me in 1:12 scale.
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I have been so inspired by Merimask lately.

"Who is Merimask?", you might ask. And if you do, I'll answer "This, this is Merimask: :iconmerimask: - behold the awesomeness!"

She makes the most amazing leather masks, the greatest things I've ever seen. And, as usual when it comes to something creative that I get inspired by but haven't tried yet, I had to try and make one myself.

So, with the help of her instructions (it's really amazing how she shares her technique with the rest of us like she does), I managed to make this mask.

A skull mask. SOOO original, I know. *rolls eyes* Everyone and their GRANDMOTHER are doing skull masks ... but hey. I was too lazy to look for the other colours, and I had white and black lying around so ... a skull it was! :D

I just don't know what to do with it, now that it's done. Halloween is so far away ...

Oh well, guess I'll move onto something else now. At least I've tried it. :)

Now go, and check out Merimask's gallery ( [link] ) for some REAL leather works.
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Yeah, like so many before me, I saw this tutorial: [link] by :iconkaty-a: and felt a sudden and unexpected, but very urgent need to make myself a plushie. I rationalised it and figured that I could make it for a friend for Christmas, but now once it's done, I'm not sure I can part with it. Him.

Anyway, the pattern provided was awesome, I only changed the legs (since I watched the movie again and ... well, wanted them like this in stead).

He's made out of wool (couldn't find any fleece) which was thick and difficult to sew in. Especially by hand, which was how I did it. Him. The only thing I made with a sewing machine was the wings. Because I can't sew straight. Which is the only reason why wool was good, because you can't tell that I really can't sew ... :p

Aaaanyway, his eyes are made from a greenish fabric, and the scales are made from some kind of more glossy black fabric. And they're glued onto him. With that ... paper-y/glue-ish thing that you put between the ... OH WHATEVER, I know what I mean!

*ahem*

Yeah. This is it. I haven't been feeling very artistic lately, but at least I have been doing something, even if there's basically no creativity at all involved. It clears my head. And it (HE) turned out pretty nice. I like him. :)

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Edit: At first, he was called Murdock, but lately I've taken to calling him Vincent so ... I think his name is Vincent. Vincent Murdock.
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Brain pendants, made from clay, wire and varnish.

Why not? We wear HEARTS around our necks, and no one thinks twice about that. A brain is no less morbid, is it?

Credit for the idea goes to my dear Franzilla :iconarthawk87: because she's awesome like that.
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Tasmanian, a very mean werewolf with facial tumors resembling those that occur in Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor disease, and where he gets his name.

This ugly fellow is headed down to Georgia for an independent horror film. I am very excited.

See the bodysuit here! [link]
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Costume set made on commission.
The character is a tiger-caracal hybrid. I'm quite pleased with how the striping came out.
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A sable husky made on commission for Stoelbank. He still needs to let me know what this guy's name is.
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Made with solder, watch parts, charms, and other tools and parts.

For more information on how we make them, where we get supplies, etc, please visit our site:

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Or visit our Etsy shop:

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Made with solder, watch parts, charms, and other tools and parts.

For more information on how we make them, where we get supplies, etc, please visit our site:

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Or visit our Etsy shop:

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Keys For Sale Here: [link]


Remember your DA discount. Type in Coupon Code : DEVIANTDISCOUNT in the apply coupon area on the right at checkout, you'll get 10% off your order :)

F.A.Q on how we make them is on our front page~
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Archangel themed armor. All leather construction with the majority of the set covered in deeply embossed crocodile pattern leather. The mannequin is too tall to display the armor correctly hence the gap in leg coverage.

I plan on upgrading my lighting and camera soon... this doesn't show near enough detail as well as it looking blurry..

Side View Here
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More armor and leather things in my gallery and at the Prince Armory web site www.PrinceArmory.com
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Medieval Aquaman Leather Armor - The next iteration in my line of fantasy medieval spinoff superheros and villains.

All leather construction with brass hardware - includes:
Articulated Floating Breastplate / Cuirass with collar
Tassets
Pauldrons / Shoulder Armor
Scale Skirting
Full legs with high Greaves & Cuisse
Articulated Sabatons
Articulated full fingered Gauntlets
Maybe I'll get to make a helmet or crown and full arms to complete the set one day.
Check out the WIP folder in my gallery for some behind the scenes work in progress shots.
Some photos should come trickling in soon from my client in this suit at the 2013 MegaCon

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Medieval Batman:

Who would you like to see next? Comment below : )

More medieval legends in the works so please like our Facebook page [link] and watch me here for future updates [link]

Thanks a million for the DD! I'm totally blown away at how soon it was selected. Thanks MajinNeda, thanks Talty!

Quick question for everyone, is the full view too overwhelming? Should I reduce the size to the 1600 width or leave it as is for full zoom without downloading?
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Updated Loki helmet


Medieval Loki by Azmal

Custom Leather Fantasy Armor by Prince Armory


Consists of Helmet, Cuirass, Pauldrons, Full Arms, Full Legs, Tassets, Sabatons & Gauntlets, Cape, and Garment Skirting. 

Hardened leather construction with brass hardware and some fabric bits. The horns on the helmet are water buffalo. It has some snake and wolf themes pertaining to the original Loki mythology/lore.  I’ll be doing some additions to the cape and making a magical staff prop and more down the road.

It is called Medieval Loki because I am doing a series called the Medieval Legends where I take popular modern and historic icons, superheroes and villains, and I approach the costume design from the standpoint of “What if this character was an armored knight in a Fantasy Medieval Universe?” Loki is the third incarnation after Medieval Batman and Medieval Aquaman. Medieval Joker is up next. Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Iron Man, Spawn, Deadpool, Green Lantern and more are also in the works : )  Joker is up next.  (Medieval Joker is complete now.)

And there are a number of additions I'll be doing to this set in time. (Some already done, see facebook) Doublet and staff up next for this set.


Website: www.PrinceArmory.com 
Facebook: www.Facebook.com/PrinceArmory
Gallery: azmal.deviantart.com/gallery
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..or Everybody Is Ginger Except The Doctor.

I made some gingerbread daleks modelled after the Baby dalek. They turned out better than expected

(Daleks from Doctor Who, BBC)
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Another paper-clip necklace.
This time green. Enjoy.
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Not so very much golden perhaps...
Coloured CDs are a bit... hard to work with sometimes, so she suffered a bit discolouring.
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