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Missing Perspective by Thom-Heap
Missing Perspective

9 x 12 in - pencil on paper.

This was supposed to be a study for the Winter Soldier drawing that I am working on now, but it got out of hand and took on a life of its own…  

prints are here:…?

Kid Loki Crown by Thom-Heap
Kid Loki Crown
This crown was inspired by one worn by Kid Loki on the cover of Journey into Mystery - one of my favorite comics.  It was carved from foam, then carefully reinforced with several layers of paper mache. 

It is 
available in my Etsy shop here:…?
Loki Headpiece by Thom-Heap
Loki Headpiece
This headpiece was inspired by the worn by Loki in Original Sin 5.5, "Thor and Loki: The Tenth Realm."  It was carved from foam, then carefully reinforced with several layers of paper mache

It is 
available in my Etsy shop here:…
Loki's Shoulder Armor Detail by Thom-Heap
Loki's Shoulder Armor Detail

Loki’s Shoulder Armor - I’m really proud of this piece! It was all hand carved then reinforced with paper mache. Loki’s sons - Jormungand and Fenrir are featured on the armor. It is a beautiful piece, I am so happy to have made it.

It was designed to be smaller in size - a bit more feminine so it could be worn with a dress but it can also be made larger so that it can be worn over a jacket. The armor, along with many other Loki weapons can be found here.

Hey everyone.  I finally updated my page with a lot of my older artwork.  I hope to add more newer work soon


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Datura Thom Heap
Artist | Traditional Art
United States
Thom Heap, also known as Carol Datura is an artist working in sculpture and illustration. She has exhibited artwork in museums and galleries such as The Tate Britain in London and The Cincinnati Contemporary Arts Center, and has been featured on the cover of The New York Times Arts & Leisure section. This past year, Carol worked to construct set pieces for several fifth avenue holiday window displays in New York City. She has also worked in special events and visual merchandising. She is currently building custom props set pieces for the Harry Potter Convention MISTI-Con set to occur in May 2013 in New Hampshire.




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Freakzter Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
you are VERY talented!!
luckyraeve Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Professional General Artist
:icondererplz: Thanks for the :+devwatch:! :tighthug:
graandine Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2013
i'm starting to make drawing classes now, you could give me advice or say what you think of my drawing? be sincere (:
Thom-Heap Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2013   Traditional Artist
Sure!  the best advice I can give you is to give yourself a lot of time and patience.  When I was younger - my older brother could look at any photo and draw it perfectly.  People visiting my house would ask why my parents had a photograph of cat woman on their wall, my Mum would say - "That isn't a photo, my son drew that."  Back then, I could draw a little - but nothing like my brother.  It wasn't until my junior year of college that I decided to devote a lot of time to learning to draw.  I sat myself down and spent 3 months copying out of an anatomy book.  It turned out, that when I really focused, I could draw just like my brother - in black and white at least.  Some of it is natural talent, but the rest is just practice - and a little bit of magic as well.  I still have trouble with faces.  Sometimes I get lucky and it works quickly - other times it can take days.  With my Loki drawing, I got him in two hours, but there is a Snape drawing that took me 4 days to get his face the way I wanted.  Another bit of advice - art classes can be great - but don't let a teacher push you to draw in a style you don't like.  It can be fun to experiment - but if you know what you like and how you want to draw, and they can't help you draw in that style - find the artist who do and figure out how they work.  My first years of art school I wanted to do photo realism.  All my professors wanted me to throw paint on a canvas with a knife.  Finally I sought out Illustration classes.  So that is my advice - that and have fun!!!  And have good references to draw from.  PS - if you're interested - I draw with a mechanical 5 mm pencil and when I really need to draw detail I use a 3 mm mechanical pencil.  I almost always draw on bristol board because I love the texture!
graandine Featured By Owner Nov 25, 2013
oh thanks so much! liked your story *-* I will strive very !
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