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Joker Side by Azmal Joker Side by Azmal
Medieval Joker Leather Helmet Fantasy Armor by Prince Armory  
Part of an upcoming complete custom armor suit in the Medieval Legends series I'm doing.   

The Medieval Joker is the fourth character so far that approaches the design from the position of "What if our modern popular icons and legends were armored knights or nobility in a medieval high-fantasy setting."   

Concepts already completed are Medieval Batman, Medieval Aquaman, and Medieval Loki.  After this one is complete, Medieval Iron Man and Medieval Darth Vader among many others will be coming along.

The helmet is all hardened 10oz leather construction (so it is very rigid and cable of standing up to abuse) with nickle silver hardware with a mostly purple black and green color scheme and some white and red trim.  The mask is all leather, and is removable, as are the yellow lenses. 



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:iconnieczar:
this  is really  cool !!!
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:iconhurrma:
Amazing work!! Love your design!
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:iconjan3ll3:
really beautiful (:
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ShadowsMagicDesign Nov 19, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
this is a very cool combination
can't wait to see the whole thing
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:iconasabrasa:
Is this going up for sale? Or is it a commission?
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:iconazmal:
Azmal Nov 19, 2013  Professional Artisan Crafter
Its a commission, as is nearly all of my work.
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AlbertListy Nov 19, 2013  Professional Interface Designer
Awesome work! I was wondering, do you have any tutorials on how you do some of your leather work? I haven't done anything as detailed as your work and am just amazed this can be done. I was mainly curious about the horns in the back and how you did those.
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