Three Ancient Gods Picture

These scribbles show three gods by the Otteria, which is a vermin-like race living in a kind of beehive. I've figured out a complete genesis for this people which never found its way to a real story, but maybe I can describe something to show more details:

The left one of the creatures is a godess named Hylasza - she's a daughter of the Sun and was born from a ray that had entered an ancient sea at the beginning of times. Under the place, where the sun ray hit the surface, the first plant grew to the air, and inside of its stipe Hylasza laid. She's the mistress of the water and patronizes all creatures from its shores and deeps. She's also the patron of agriculture, the female fertility and of the Otterian's royal family.

The god on the right side is Tripary, who had shaped the ground, the mountains and the valleys after their creation through his mother, the Sun. He was her first-born. Tripary is the patron of artcraft, the workers and the medicines. He represents the plants and the birth, since he was the one who had freed Hylasza from her plant's shell. Ever since he protected her and his younger siblings like his mother told him, although this task wasn't easy at all the time.

The last one in the background is Fliresty, the warrior. He is the youngest of the gods, born from a sun ray which never reached the ground, and never got an own body until Tripary had made him one:
He took a stone from the shore, stings from a thorny bush and leaves from a nettle to form the body. But when he wanted to create some wings, he had no material. So he cut a rubber tree and shaped the gum from its pores to oval drops which he fixed to the stone - three on each side and three on the head. Then Fliresty's soul seized it and rose to the sky to fight his firy sister Nysta, which claimed the air for herself.
For the following years Fliresty was the patron of the hunters and warriors, which also claimed his sister, but he represents more the revenge, the fight about honor and ambition, and he knows the fear and the darkness. The Otterians call him for travelling in the night and long journeys into unknown landscapes.
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