Drawing of Odin as the Yule Father.
The Yule Father looks great framed

Long ago, in a cold place very far away, there was the Yule Father, played by Odin. He reigned over winter celebrations. In honor of that tradition, I’ve drawn him with his faithful wolf and ravens. He’s slung a great sack of gifts over his shoulder. He shushes the viewer as an homage to his alter egos of St. Nick and Santa Claus.

Other drawings in the group:

A medieval bear dancing with skeletons to a jig played by yellow cat. This joyful drawing captures the energy and happiness of the season. This drawing will bring smiles to the lips of your guests regardless of the season.

The princess from the story of St. George and the Dragon. Everyone forgets that before St. George slew the dragon, he gave it to the princess. She paraded it on a leash made from her belt all the way back to the castle of her father.

A bow hunter. Based on one of those enigmatic and quirky medieval drawings you see in illuminated texts. This drawing sparks conversation and reflection on the nature of life, the universe, and everything.

These drawings are normally only sold at shows, such as Comic Con Austin for $20 each for a total cost of $80. However, until January 1, these drawings will be on sale: buy 3 get one free. In other words, you get all four for the price of 3.

These original ink drawings look great matted and framed.

6 x 9 inches

140 lbs water color paper

A cat in the middle of the photo shoot.
Charlie Cat always wants to be in the picture.

What is ScribbleFire? It is the Father Daughter team of David and Ruby. We make art that celebrates life in all its wonderful weirdness.

If you want to learn more about Odin and how Christmastide grew out of Yule, read this interesting article about it.

Yule Father Celebration Package