Something Godly Picture

Here's a drawing I did at work today.

It's something random involving seven monsters surrounding a flat-Earth or similar planet while 7 gods look them in disdain.

The gods' names go in order

Shun-Ninga: A presumed snake-woman goddess of an East Asia analogue land of the same name; modeled after Nuwa, a Chinese snake-goddess
Ma'Juria: An elephant god of a land similar to India that bears his name; modeled after Ganesha, an elephant-headed god of Hindu belief
Mikoitzl: A feathered snake-man god of a land that's culturally similar to Native Americans of his name and borders with Shun-Ninga; Based on Quetzalcoatl, the well-known feathered snake god from Aztec mythology.
Borelund: The leader of the seven gods, a giant white wolf that dominates a land similar to Celtic and Norse Europe; based on Fenrir, the giant wolf of Norse mythology, though Borelund is depicted as a good god.
Wumjumba: A giraffe-antelope hybrid god that has dominion over a land that's similar to Eastern Africa; not modeled after a particular god or goddess.
Ki'yu: A gorilla god that has that has dominion over a land that's similar to Central Africa; not modeled after a particular god or goddess.
Valtala: A humanoid god that rules over a land similar to ancient Rome and Greece; modeled after Ares/Mars, the god of war in both Greek and Roman mythologies.
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