Iku-Turso Picture

A scene from Finnish national epic Kalevala. The main hero Väinämöinen (and two more heroes that don't appear in the picture) succeeds in stealing Sampo (a machine that has an ability to dispense an infinite amount of flour, salt and gold) from, the witch of the Northland, Louhi and returns to the land of Kalevala by his boat. Louhi finds out about the occurred and summons Iku-turso. Iku-Turso is a sea monster and a former god of war in Finnish mythology. Name Iku-Turso means "an eternal octopus" and in ancient Finnish "an eternal walrus", so there is no assurance of which one it is supposed to look like, so I decided to draw a bit both
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