Vale, Sigyn, Narfe Picture

3 rarely seen characters from the Norse mythology;
Sigyn, the wife of the Trickster Loki, and their two sons Vale [Who is transformed into a wolf, by the gods] and Narfe.
Was inspired from a great danish artist; Peter Madsen who is the artist of the comic book: "Valhalla"

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Sigyn was, in Norse mythology, the wife of Loki, who bore him two sons, Narvi and Váli.
When Loki was bound to three rocks for the murder of Baldr, Sigyn did not abandon him. Instead, she collected the poison that dripped down from the snake above him in a bowl. When the bowl was full, Sigyn left to empty it and the poison dripped into Loki's eyes.
Her name according to some sources means: "Victory giver." Another spelling of Sigyn is "Sigunn."

Narfe & Vale;
Known as Narvi or Nari, [he was a son of Loki by Sigyn] who was killed to punish Loki for his crimes. The gods turned his brother Vali into a slavering wolf who tore his throat out. His entrails were then used to bind Loki to a stone slab for all eternity ... or at least until Ragnarök.

"Now Loki was taken truceless, and was brought with them into a certain cave. Thereupon they took three flat stones, and set them on edge and drilled a hole in each stone. Then were taken Loki's sons, Váli and Nari or Narfi; the Æsir changed Váli into the form of a wolf, and he tore asunder Narfi his brother. And the Æsir took his entrails and bound Loki with them over the three stones: one stands under his shoulders, the second under his loins, the third under his boughs; and those bonds were turned to iron."

Loki Laufeyjarson is the mythical being of mischief in Norse mythology, a son of the giants Fárbauti and Laufey, and foster-brother of Odin. He is described as the "contriver of all fraud". He mixed freely with the gods for a long time, even becoming Odin's blood brother.
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