The Seven Ravens
An adaption of the Brothers' Grimm tale, The Seven Ravens. It follows the story of Zauna-segl, a seafaring viking who sets out on a worldwide adventure looking for her missing brothers. Traveling everywhere from Nigeria, to Russia, to New Zealand, to Alaska with her trusty companion, Stoll.
Zauna is the name given to her by her Nigerian mother, meaning "to be alive".
Segl was given to her by her Norse father, meaning "sail".
Stoll represents the chair in the original Seven Ravens story. Stoll is Icelandic for chair.
Bottom - the "town hall" yurt.
Yurt designs for the Russian village located on the edge of the Moon God's resting place.
A stone church was placed upon the Sun's home and when he returned, his anger caused large salt spikes to shoot out and destroy the church.