Odin According To Norse Mythology Picture

This was a VERY quick sketch. So please do not judge and please do not base your idea of my artistic abilities off of this sketch. This is Odin According to Norse Mythology. He was described as having only one eye. (The myths say he sacrificed one eye to drink from the Spring of Mimir. The waters of the spring were said to be a source of wisdom.) He was also described as wearing a wide brimmed hat to escape instant recognition. He wears a blue cloak and carries the magic spear Gungnir. He has a bird on each of his shoulders. One is Huginn (thought) and the other is Muninn (memory). I study Norse Mythology and one day decided to do a quick doodle of Odin. I hope you like it.
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