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The fertility siblings Freya and Freyr from Norse mythology.

She was the battle hardened one, while he was the gentle nature lover. They were both strongly associated with gold because the Vikings considered wealth and fertility to be linked.


22nd August 2016

Tagged in Freya Freyr


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10 months ago #9520826        
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I love how you draw them, they seem so logical in this shape, much more so than the more recent versions you can see here and there.



10 months ago #9520865        
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I kinda see Freya as having a body similar to Lady Sybil Ramkin.



10 months ago #9520816        
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Mind you the "imagery" developed of the norse gods is very recent. Like 18th or 19th Century recent (Germanized). We do not know exactly how the Scandinavian people saw them as. Their best art during the Viking period were mostly wood carvings that survived at all. And little stattues.



Cain

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7 months ago #9561386        
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This is completely different from how I ever imagined Freya and Freyr looking like and very different from most other depictions of them that I have seen. But now that I see it I honestly love it and can't get enough of it >w<



Shotwells

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10 months ago #9522392        
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Has anyone here read "Magnus Chase and the Gods of Asgard?"

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10 months ago #9521676        
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Intelligent warfare



10 months ago #9521667        
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Interesting, isn't it?



10 months ago #9521303        
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naked



10 months ago #9521100        
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AW, they're both happy and chubby and Freyr's all fuzzy!



10 months ago #9520813        
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Not sure about Freya, odd to see her like that. She is usually depicted as being thinner than that and to my knowledge that fits her role and mythos better. But then again, everyone is entitled to their own opinion.

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