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I decided to take a break from my Tom Hiddleston page...
...By drawing more Tom. Yeah, that makes perfect sense.
But since I wanted to do another Loki with markers, I decided to snap work in progress shots as I went along. I might as well give you a look at how I do these things. I used Prismacolor markers in Cool Grey 10% through 90% & Black. (I kept the pics in black & white because the colors were getting messed up in the photos.)
I always, always go from lightest (10%) to darkest 90%) That way if I feel there needs more color in a place when I start a new section, I can always go back and add more. Also- remember that the marker color will look slightly different (lighter in most cases) when it's dry. Keep an eye on that.
And if you noticed in the pics, I color by sections so there won't be any color lines ruining the drawing. This really helps for those who have this problem.
This particular drawing wasn't really done slowly, as I should have, which is why he looks a little weird. I honestly wanted to get done with it after a while- it started to become a pain.
Took all of about 9 hours and is around 18 inches in width.