dit is het "verrassende" resultaat van een tekening die ik in fijne stiftjes maakte. Ik heb het origineel ingescanned en vervolgens een oil paiting effect toegepast. Ziehier het resultaat... I kinda like it...
This depicts a scene that has been intreaging me for quite some time now. In the Harbardloth, Harbarth reproaches Thor that he has been fighting women on Leasoe island. Thors replies and says they ware shewolves. Apparantly all other reference to this saga has been lost...
Thor is the son of Odin and Jord. In other words, in nineteenth century
literature it would be explained as follows: thunder is created in the
eternal tensionfield between heaven and earth, when Odin as skygod
impregnates Jord the Earth, Tunder is generated. This thunder is
generally followed by rain, thus fertilising the land. In this
picture I was inspired by 2 completly different sources. On the one hand
ther was Benjamin Thorpe and on the other an egyphtian representation
of the skygodess and the earth meeting each other.. Also you should
notice that the midgard serpent, Thors future enemy encircles his
conception, the lighting departing from Odins loins to those of Jord?
Finaly, the form of the "thunder area" suggests a THors Hammer