Playing a role in five Marvel movies, Tom Hiddleston's ​villain character, Loki, the God of Mischief, is someone you can pretty much picture right off hand given his long black hair and gold horns. 

Come to think of it, it's hard to force ourselves to imagine Loki looking any other way than he does as we know and love him, but according to Comic Book and Loki's concept artist Charlie Wen, at one point ​Loki had a totally non-comic book inspired look. 

Yesterday, Wen shared a photo on Facebook of his first ever sketch of Loki.

The post read, "Wacky Loki! My first sketch of him as someone a bit off for the first #thor There were other options but this is the looniest one so I wanted to share. As I think of his backstory and focused on the manipulative bent than his relationship with his bro Thor which develops later, I put more character depth in his final version. At this time I also wanted to play with the idea that Asgard had magic based on science beyond human tech understanding."

Don't get us wrong, it's cool to see that some features like the medallions and concept of a cape and armor were a part of the original sketch, but we're more happy with the sketch Wen landed on for Hiddleston's Loki.

​​As much as we love Loki's look, it's unlikely that we'll see it or him much more, especially after Avengers 4 is complete. 

It's been confirmed Hiddleston's character will appear in Avengers 4 as a probable result of time traveling, but other than that, unfortunately for us Loki met his demise when he sacrificed himself for his brother, Thor, in ​Avengers: Infinity War