Category Archives: Art

Idol (ein Making-of)

Solange ich Loki kenne, finde ich seit jeher die Ästhetik kommerziell vertriebener Loki-Darstellungen und -Skulpturen abschreckend und geschmacklos. Das ist noch nicht einmal ein Problem mit zeitgenössischen Loki-Statuen, sondern ganz allgemein ein Problem mit Darstellungen der nordischen Götter. Ich finde … Continue reading

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Idol (a Making of)

For as long as I have known Loki, I have always found the aesthetics of commonly available Loki imagery and sculpture off-putting and distasteful. It’s not even a specific problem with contemporary Loki statues, but with Norse Gods statues and … Continue reading

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A Month for Loki: third Week

AT Loki’s Hands, Pt 3: Truceless After I was shown the Net, I was left trembling in awe, my heart beating in my throat; I had found out something important about myself and where my heart (oh, and more) belongs. … Continue reading

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A Month for Loki: second Week

At Loki’s Hands, Pt 2: Weaving the Net In the first part of the series, I drew and wrote about the first few months that followed my being shoved down the rabbit hole—and how scared I was at first. It … Continue reading

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A Month for Loki: first Week

At Loki’s Hands, Pt 1: Tapped In my announcement post, I mentionded I intend to post four drawings for Loki this month. So, that is basically what this series titled “At Loki’s Hands” is: it consists of four drawings, the … Continue reading

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Flamehair, Sky Treader, Divine Dancer

You didn’t expect Me to just “tread” the sky, did you?

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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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