"Brother, not here! Someone might see us!"
"Let them see."
soooo guess who just watched Tales of Asgard????
I had to change a few things, though. Call me a purist, but Loki having brown hair irked me. It's just more dramatic and beautiful black. Not to say I'm hating on any possible hair color that exists, I just like for Loki's to be black.
ok I really can't complain about ToA because it was made for kids, and it was fun, and there were a lot of really funny bits ("Cheer up or we'll make you go sit with the Greeks!"), but there were things I didn't like. Like having two of Loki's children show up, while Loki himself is not even grown up? Come on, guys. I get it, Sleipnir looks badass, but any kid who might be interested in that looks it up...well. There goes continuity out the fucking window.
And the animation was so choppy! argh so frustrating. I liked the art, and right now I'm in a severe cartoon kick (can you tell?), but I have high standards, I guess. I mean Sponge Bob is more fluid and easy on the eyes. I just get the feeling that the people who make these things think, oh this is just for kids. Why bother.
I dunno...I can't expect Don Bluth quality in a movie like this, but I still cry myself to sleep when I don't get it.
so whatever. I can still be inspired and draw my own cartoony scenes. Here they're transitioning in ages, getting close to their maturity level in Thor. I just can't draw Thor without facial hair, I just can't. It's far too fun, and normally I'm not a facial hair person. But when it works, it really works. And come on, one of my favorite things about Thorki is how it must feel for Loki to have Thor rub his beard across his chin <8D
characters belong to Marvel
prismacolor markers, fixed up in Ps