Finally, the end. This is really just the cherry on top of everything else
From the bottom of my heart I want to say thank you for reading through this, and for following and encouraging (and catching the typos ) me throughout all of this. It many not be the longest story I've ever written in my life, but by far this has the most heart in it. I have discovered so much of my own way of writing and even a lot of who I am because of this story. So thank you for giving me the encouragement that I needed to keep going. And I hope that you all will continue to follow the stories that I write in the future and continue being the wonderful support that you all are.
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To ride on all the hype of the Avengers movie that's fast approaching, I decided to have my next piece on someone who plays a major role in the film, and who better to feature than the God of Mischief himself, Loki!
For Loki I had to decide on what costume to depict him in because he doesn't really have an iconic look given all the outfits he's had over the years. In the end I decided to mash up all his looks, from the classic yellow and green colours (inspired by his solo series a few years ago), to the golden helmet and spear he uses in the movies, to the gloves that he now currently uses after the Siege crossover. I wanted Loki to look as sinister as he can be, and I think I was able to pull that off with his facial expression with his trademark smirk and those green eyes.
I also wanted to make sure Loki didn't look like a wimp, thus I made sure the little details here and there would make him look even more like Asgardian royalty than usual, he is a god of Asgard after all. His armor pieces and one-shouldered cape make do on that note, and I'm glad I was able to find the perfect combination of yellow and green to make him not look silly, yet evil too in a way. I topped the piece off by adding some magical effects sprouting from his left hand and his spear, and I wanted it to look like some mystic evil magic thus the use of violet and charcoal for his energy manifestations. In the end, I am very pleased with how this came out, and I think it stands as one of my best pieces to date. I hope you guys like this as much as I do! Long live Loki!