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Goddess' Day Off by LexiKimble Goddess' Day Off by LexiKimble
Sooo yeah. I did a thing on ChipIn, with :iconjoehundredaire:. Or rather, I let him run a ChipIn to spread the cost of a commission over several people interested in his story instead of funding it himself. This is the result. Sorry it took so long. The prints will be made soon (for those who contributed $20+), signed, and shipped out.

I'm actually kinda happy how it turned out.

From left to right:
Thrúd Thordóttir: The daughter of Thor Odinson and Loki Laufeyson, Thrúd prefers to live on Midgard because she's amused by neither her father's perpetual infidelity nor her stepmother's obsessive need to play 'happy family' with the children Thor has sired with other women. While some humans are aware of her true self's existence, most know her as Courtney Gibbs, the most productive Games Associate at the local GameStop.
Amora the Enchantress
Kára the Mace-Bearer: Part of a rotating cast of valkyries that Göndul brings along as muscle, Kára tends to draw the most attention out of all the valkyries and deities that visit Midgard. Some say she looks like DC's Power Girl. Kára, on the other hand, is quite emphatic that it's Power Girl who looks like her. Only she and her occasional acquaintance Wally Wood know the truth, and he's no longer in a position to talk about the matter...
The Mórrígan
Göndul the Wand-Wielder: Chosen by Odin himself, Göndul passes back and forth between Asgard and Midgard to monitor Amora's travels. Knowing that she'll be held for any hijinks that the blonde indulges in on Midgard, she tends to be rather stiff and serious. Every once in a while, though, she makes time to visit Earth on her own as a mortal girl named Nicole and visit 'Courtney'. They're rather similar, after all, both being magic-using warrior women...
Aphrodite Ourania

Oh, and thanks again to :iconcastlecorsetry: along with Joe's friends Lexie & Courtney, for letting me use them as models for Kára, Amora, and Göndul respectively.

Art © AE Kimble
Enchantress © Marvel comics
Everyone else © their respective pantheons
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Tsuki222 Featured By Owner Mar 23, 2013
Great pic, nice touch with Kara the Valkyrie, I also read it up once and found it interesting. Also interesting, that Super Girl was briefly a Female Furie, they are in a way, a darker, 4th world version of Valkyries. I wonder how was Thrúd conceived, was it when Loki was a gal, or was it some more unortodox method :XD:
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JoeHundredaire Featured By Owner Mar 24, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Loki is Thrúd's mother, and she refers to him as such. Even when he's in his male form. It makes everyone intensely comfortable but Thrúd is supremely comfortable in who she is and is of the opinion that if A.) Loki didn't want to be called "Mother" that he should turn into a woman and have sex and B.) if Thor didn't want to hear Loki called "Mother" then he shouldn't have shagged and knocked up a random woman.

There's actually a massive and awkward family at play here. You've obviously got Thor and Loki as Thrúd's parents, but then we have Sif as an awkward step-mother to Thrúd via Thor and Sigyn in a similar role on Loki's side, not to mention a massive number of half-siblings from Thor and Loki's other couplings: Lóridi, Magni, Módi, Hela, Sleipnir, Jörmungandr, Fenrir...
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leviadragon99 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
Huh... I'm sad now that I don't recognise most of them...
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JoeHundredaire Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013  Hobbyist Photographer
Left to right:
Thrúd Thordóttir (Norse deity)
Amora the Enchantress (Marvel character)
Kára (Norse valkyrie)
The Mórrígan (Celtic deity)
Göndul (Norse valkyrie)
Aphrodite Ourania (Greek deity)

While we elaborated on the base myths in a few cases, all save Amora are characters who actually exist in the myths of their respective cultures.
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leviadragon99 Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2013
Mm, fair enough then.
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SapphicNeko Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2013
Pretty girls :D
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