The lighting effects were very interesting and so much fun to draw and I'm very happy with the golden parts of his armor (I'm even happy with the scan although it looks better on paper). But I think I have a new point for my "never-draw-this-again list": dust and debris on rough (granite) floor.
Reference was a screencap of Loki (Tom Hiddleston) from the movie "The Avengers" (2012) after he got smashed by the Hulk.
Paper DIN A4 190g/m² (size of the drawing = 26,3cm x 17,7cm); Faber-Castell Polychromos artists' colour pencils, Copic Ciao marker, uni-ball Signo pigment ink um-153 white, Faber-Castell Pitt Pastel Soft 101; time: > 30h?
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Here some other traditional Loki drawings:
I thank the saints for stunt doubles! I loved this scene, too. Loki has to learn that his "I am a God" spiel goes over like the proverbial lead balloon. My second favourite scene with Loki was the one in which he tried to challenge Doctor Strange, and he and Thor got sent to the Middle of Nowhere. One does NOT insult the Sorcerer Supreme and not expect consequences
There will be consequences.