Costumes and Performances by Tab Kimpton

How to make a Loki Costume Part 1- References

So, big project time. I was approached by a commissioner to do this costume and I just couldn’t resist. They wanted to see progress images and we agreed that it would be a nice idea to blog the progress so other people could see how the costume is made if they’re making their own.

The most important part of making a costume replica is having as many pictures as possible. The commissioner was really good at this one, though I did have to do a bit of research myself. Below is my reference folder for this costume, sourced from all over the internet.

I also found this image of a costume study By Meramor on deviant art. I’ve included the original and a slightly lightened version so you can see the lines in the back of the coat. It’s very accurate, the only thing I would say is different is that the left handed lapel needs to be smaller.

Now you know what the thing looks like- next step is patterning!

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One Response

  1. Kayla

    This helped me so much! Thank for posting it :)

    June 9, 2014 at 7:20 pm

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