Laufey and a Very Young Loki

Laufey and a Very Young Loki

Laufey and a very young Loki

She smiled as she felt a kick to her stomach, little flames springing from her hand. She thought she could hear the sound of tiny bells chiming—her child, her unborn son, was laughing.

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Myriad Hallaug Lokadís
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14 Responses to Laufey and a Very Young Loki

  1. laurusdrakan says:

    Ok I like the picture, but with that description… !!! *grinning soooooo much cuz OMG CUTE!!*

  2. Raven says:

    It’s as beautiful as your writing, Myriad! :)

  3. Reblogged this on Loki's Bruid and commented:
    Beautiful artwork of Laufey by Myriad. <3

    • Myriad says:

      Thank you dear! I think Laufey doesn’t get enough love from the Lokean quarters—Even though She’s one of the more interesting female figures in the mythology. (On an unrelated note: after posting this on fb, I have been asked by someone whether I’m pregnant—I lol’d. And noped. Also, I do not have green hair.. ;-) )

  4. Darkamber says:

    Reblogged this on Fire and Ink and commented:
    Beautiful artwork, and writing.

  5. Beth says:

    This is beautiful!

  6. lokisown says:

    Lady Laufey is to oft left out or thought of as a hag. Thank you for the beautiful portrayal of Mother.

    • Myriad says:

      When I first started to connect to Laufey last year, over something I was doing for Loki at the time, I saw Her as mother to Loki as a young boy. (Although I did not see Him that way, I knew that She was). In the sketch to this picture, She looked a lot younger, but I’m actually very happy with how She turned out—it’s more like how I encountered Her in the first place, and apparently that’s how She wanted to look in the picture :)

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