Thanks! I'm not really sure how to sum it up except it's a bunch of parallel lines. I space them out more for highlights and fill in the gaps between them for shadows. It's quite time consuming sometimes.
Heck yeah it is! Incredibly unique and fascinating plot sadly punctuated by everybody getting murdered in new and exciting ways over and over again. It makes me feel like a horrible person for placing it among my favorites.
Thanks for the comment! Maybe once I find a consistent method. I seem to do it differently every time and everything I do during the first hour or so is often erased and redone by the time I'm through. The only general principle that I've adopted is to try to get something rough that's close and slowly refine it bit by bit and get it closer and closer to what I want. The hair is nothing but patience. Once I've got the features in place, it's just a matter of drawing very thin lines following the contours of the features around them. They get denser to make shadows and sparser for highlights. The only trick is changing the pressure smoothly to at the beginning or end.