Post from @DailyMovieSketch

Post from @DailyMovieSketch
Thor: Ragnarok (2017)Directed by Taika WaititiI re-watched "Thor: Ragnarok" a few days before and really enjoyed the movie the second time. The first time I saw it, it's light tone I felt was kind of working against the seriousness of the Ragnarok event and it's overall place in the MCU. However, the second time, I liked it a lot more, and even felt the ending thematically worked better. There's a lot to like about the movie, it's very funny and charming, and I loved Mark Mothersbaugh's 1980s inspired music (apparently, it was a sort of counter to the video essay that mentioned that Marvel movies don't have memorable music). Two tracks I really like are "Planet Sakaar" and "Grandmaster Jam Session", both of which play during the end credits (main-on-end, and end respectively). The tone of the movie makes it feel like a smaller, more indie film, and not the multimillion dollar blockbuster that it actually is. It's one of the more quirky entries in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, like James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy" movies.It's good I saw it just before "Avengers: Infinity War", since that movie picks up directly after "Thor: Ragnarok" and I was able to connect events better.Tessa Thompson made an impression as Scrapper 142 / Valkyrie in the movie. She was also in "Annihilation" which I recently watched, and so, I wanted to draw her. This drawing was done with 0.5mm 2B pencil on Brustro sketchbook and scanned. #340 / 1-May-18#thor #ragnarok #thorragnarok #infinitywar #avengers #avengersinfinitywar #marvel #marvelstudios #DailyMovieSketch #valkyrie #tessathompson #taikawaititi #pencildrawing #pencilsketch #pencil
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