Inspired by Alanna the Lioness from Tamora Pierce's books. 'The first adventure' is the book that made me fall in love with reading. I have such a clear memory of reading the end section where Alanna and Jonathan are defeating the Ysandir, I forgot to breath I was so excited. Needless to say Ive been wanting to create something Alanna-esque for many a year now.
This was a collaboration shoot with the wonderful *Tasastock at the sand dunes in Formby. The costumes were made by the ever talented Tasa, and are really quite awesome. Even if the shoes turned to mush by the end of the day We sustained many cuts and bruises, aching muscles, sore wet feet, and sand in places we didnt know we had, to bring you this series. Enjoy.
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3 female elf stereotype references - Painted in photoshop Feel free to use them, but please give credit to me in your work and link it to me.
1. The Fair Maiden She is beautiful, noble and gentle, usually a princess. For some reason or another, the Fair Maiden always ends up falling in love with a human man and gives up her immortal status for him. Examples of her include Arwen and Luthien
2. The Queen She is strong, impressive and ancient. She may be erratic at times, and always has an unlimited supply of swords and other magical objects to give away. For the good of her people, she can be ruthless and a little selfish towards other races. Don't piss her off. Examples of her include Galadriel and Islanzadi (Inheritance cycle)
3. The Warrior She is one tough chick, often stronger than the males of her race. She is characterized by her armor, bow and quiver of arrows (as well as ample boobs). She can shoot 3 arrows in one shot without missing her target and is way too scary to marry, which is why she often stays single. There are too many examples of her
Hey everyone, actually the images should only test images to see whether the overall concept looks good. Because I actually plan to make an outdoor photo shoot. Only I do not have the time for it currently ... so I quickly made a few in my apartment. And I like them And that's why I want to share them with you!
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