"Perkele is an alternative name of Ukko, the chief god of the Finnish pagan pantheon. In modern Finnish, the interjection "perkele!" is a common profanity, approximately equivalent to "the Devil!" in meaning and "fuck!" in intensity."
Fun fact: I actually somehow dislike how neat and clean some of my drawing are. I envy the messiness and roughness some of my favorite artists (Dave McKean for example) manage to archieve in their artworks. That's why I tried something new; this ancient deity was drawn while I was on my way to visit family, in a buss that was speeding 100 km/h. Not having a stable drawing surface and sitting in a wobbling and trembling vehicle eliminated the precision from pen strokes. The result looked a bit like as if it was etched rather than drawn by hand, and I really like it.
Obviously I didn't have any deer skull or human torso anatomy references available, so those are probably drawn more or less inaccurately here. I added the skull and antlers just for the sake of... well, skull and antlers. And a bunch of textures, you know how much I love those.
Oh, and you know how animal bones change color when they lie in a forest for a long time? They get this interesting mossy green/reddish brown tints on them; colors of abandonment and oblivion. That's what I was going for here.
Staedtler pigment liner and Gimp.