Artwork inspired by past generations; Heathen History brought into the Modern Era.
Runes are carved by meaning, paired between Elder and Younger Futhark sets.
The Kolovrat is a Slavic sunwheel design, commonly used to represent a number of gods, among them Svarog and Perun.
A tongue-in-cheek engraved Zippo, depicting the Celtic goddess Brighid. She was co-opted by Christianity and made into a nun Saint, as this depicts with a lack of Christian imagery.
The Kilted Heathen is Hrafn Brucesson, a simple Heathen that enjoys good mead, good stories, and the finer things in life (finer being free and fulfilling). With his wife and cat, Freyja, daily life is filled with both Paganism and Oddity, brought to the forum of the internet for those of like-mind!
Ran from his home (wherever on Miðgarðr that might be,) his blogs and work focus on his Heathen beliefs, Norse and Slavic inspired artwork, as well as video game interests.
Most projects here at TKH are art-related. Whether it's wood-burnings or headdresses made of bone and leather, they're made with great care and spiritual inspiration.
Quite often, non-spiritual interests are also displayed, from a range of video games to Dungeon's & Dragons. From artwork to walkthroughs, these will have their own section for easy finding.
Torolf is a one-man production. Having no professional production crew (only a trusty webcam, Yeti microphone, and tech-savvy know-how,) everything is made personally in between work and personal life. Publications come when they do, and more often when funds allow for it; as such donations aren't pressured, but are very much welcome! Visit the Donations page to find out more.
We're back from a narrow shutdown! Moved cities, and it's been a wee bit rough. Currently working on a project that will be published here; As a hint: it's related to the Hávamál!
New video up in the Video Blogs section. Blog for donations to The Troth's "Red Hammer" charity, gathering funds for the wildfires in Australia.