|7 Feb 2010|| Cheryl|
whered you get this? google? you suck.
|10 Feb 2010|| SAMATHA TO THE RESCUE!!|
SHE DOES NOT SUCK!!! I can see the Nidhogg wrapped bellow the Earth and I like that very much.
AWESOME JOB AND IGNORE THE JERKY PERV OF CHERYL!!!!!!!!!!!!
|13 Apr 2010|| Cameron A Greene|
Very beautiful work! This was obviously a hard effort. Ignore Cheryl’s comment and any other negative comment. Despite the fact that this was done, time and time again, it is a beautiful piece of work. Your spin on it, demonstrating each location as a snowglobe is quite enthralling. 10/10
|24 May 2010|| Flashfist|
I was just setting up a role playing campaign set in norse mythology. when I stumbled across this map of the universe. Wonderful creation of an insanely hard (or at the very least, insanely confusing) motive! 10/10
|21 Jun 2010|| John|
They don’t include the squirrel!
|6 Aug 2010|| Vhyz21|
|21 Nov 2011|| Anon.|
This was really helpful for teaching a group of 8 year olds about Viking mythology - many thanks!
|21 Feb 2013|| Anon.|
This is a BEAUTIFUL picture! I love the way you depict the different worlds of the Norse myths. Yggdrasil is beautifully drawn!
|12 May 2013|| Anon.|
Lovely art! Little nitpick about an above comment: Jormungand was the snake that encircled the world, and Nidhog was the dragon who gnawed at the root of Yggdrasil that was fed by the Hvergelmer Well.