Loki : the end is here Picture

so here he is, my version of the real Loki Laufeyjarson! what do you think about him?

he is quite wild and fierce there, I’ve decided to draw him getting ready for the Ragnarök, just after being freed from his chains.

the sword he is holding is Lævateinn, that he forged himself with runes and he has scars from the time his lips were sewed together.

his hair is red as it should be, and the general colors have to remind of fire, as he is the god of fire, other than the god of mischief and lies.

hope you'll like my mythverse!Loki then~



this is MY interpretation of Norse Mythology, and even if I'm trying to stick as much as I can to the Edda, I DO NOT WISH FOR IT TO BE A FAITHFUL DEPICTION!

so if you feel offended because the hair color of a god is not the one you always imagined it to be, because the relationship between two divine beings is slightly different than the one you find in myths or things like that PLEASE KEEP YOUR OPINIONS TO YOURSELF.

still I'm open to civil interactions with people willing to show me different versions of the myths I know or willing to share their personal views on some passages of the Edda or on the imaginary surrounding some deities, every mature person is more than welcomed to discuss with me on those matters.

Nidhogg, The Dragon of Yggdrasil
Myth Series: Orpheus
Loki : the end is here
Scandinavian Myths - Happy father