Children of Loki Picture

So, this was the first work I ever made going straight into ink. No pencils involved. I was so worried at the time. Took roughly 3 hours.

These three are the children of Loki, the trickster in Norse mythology. They were presented before the aesir and took three terrifying forms. Jörmungandr, the great serpent, a portent of slow agonizing death. Fenrir, the wolf, destruction and fear incarnate. Hel, a beautiful woman half fallen to the ruin of decay.

My sister is very much into Norse myths and when she started telling me about it last year, this was the first image I came up with. I'm also supposed to be designing Loki himself, but it is hard to get such a troublesome character onto paper.
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