Loki day 4

Last night I sketched a picture for Loki, but was unable to continue working on it after the pencil-work was done

This is my sketch to honor Loki.

A clearer image is located here: Loki Artwork

I want to use acrylic paints to color in the details, and then seal the finished artwork with a clear varnish spray. I have been very self-conscious about my artwork in the past, and haven’t painted since I left the domestic abuse I was trapped in when I had my eldest daughter.

In high school I ached to be able to express myself through painting or sculpting, but my home life was so chaotic and painful that anything I created was destroyed to punish and hurt me. Taking the time to make something like this for Loki is a huge leap of faith for me, and exposes a deep-seated fear that is still lodged within my spirit.

But here it is, as my promise encourages me, I won’t censor myself or hide away anymore, even if I would prefer to. Independence Day takes on a whole new meaning for me this time.

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About darkbookworm13

I am a proud mom to 3 beautiful girls, and married to the love of my life. I have been a practicing Witch since the summer of 2003, having studied many different paths over the years, ranging from Wicca, Goddess only worship (courtesy of StarHawk), Eclectic Paganism, Kitchen Witchcraft, Norse Paganism, Hearthcraft, Spiritual Luciferianism, and more. I have worked with the Futhark runes, Brian Froud's Faeries Oracle deck, Tarot decks, and I am currently working on a customized divination set based on collected items. I like to work with herbs, and gardening. I crochet and make handicrafts like wood burned items, paintings, drawings, toys, and hand sewn doll clothes for my daughters. The only title I call my spiritual path is Witchcraft, as using magic entwines deeply with the worship of the Gods who call me Their own. My Patron deity is Loki, who has chosen me as His kin.
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One Response to Loki day 4

  1. I know one other blogger who Loki gave a red burning flower to, a flower that burned but didn’t burn UP. I think this is a consistent theme He likes to use.

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