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NIKON
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COOLPIX S3000
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You All Are Beneath Me by SingleOrganicMachine You All Are Beneath Me by SingleOrganicMachine
My other favorite picture of me in this cosplay...
KNEEL!
Me as Loki at Dragon*Con 2012!
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KMCgeijyutsuka Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013  Professional General Artist
Everything about this is just FANTASTIC! :wow: I have no words! :worship:
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SingleOrganicMachine Featured By Owner Jan 3, 2013
^_^!! Thank you so much! :heart:
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BiWasp Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Wow this is just great! What is the scepter and armor made of?
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:iconsingleorganicmachine:
All my armor is made of craft foam, mod podge, and paint, and the scepter has several components, including and LED light, battery pack and switch, a copper pipe for the base that I can collapse and change the size of, and the outside and blade are made of craft foam and wire.
Thank you for commenting!
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Ghost-Apple Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Oh my! What a wonderful costume! I love the detail on the armor and sceptre especially.
I must know though, how did you make that helmet? @A@
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:iconsingleorganicmachine:
It's made out of craft foam, actually. As for the HOW I made it... That's a long story haha.
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Ghost-Apple Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Wow, I will never doubt the power of craft foam ever again!
But i've also heard that it doesn't take heat well (as in really hot sunny days kind of heat)
so did you seal it with something to prevent that?
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:iconsingleorganicmachine:
This is very true, and it is always a good idea to seal it with some kind of varnish. Unfortunately, I ran out of time, so there is a crack in the paint on one of my horns. But I mostly prevented any disasters by wrapping my armor pieces in cloth so they wouldn't stick to anything.
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Ghost-Apple Featured By Owner Sep 13, 2012  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
I'm thinking I might use some modpodge on mine.
And I hope your helmet can be fixed, it would be a huge bummer to have to redo anything at this point!
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:iconsingleorganicmachine:
Modpodge is wonderful, I love it and I have bought SOOO much of it haha! And my helmet is not a big deal to fix, I just have to redo the horns and varnish it this time.
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