As told in "The Tale of Aragorn and Arwen", Aragorn in his twentieth year met Arwen for the first time in Rivendell, where he lived under Elrond's protection. Arwen, then over 2700 years old, had recently returned to her father's home after living for a while with her grandmother Lady Galadriel in Lórien. Aragorn fell in love with Arwen at first sight. Some thirty years later, the two were reunited in Lórien. Arwen reciprocated Aragorn's love, and on the mound of Cerin Amroth they committed themselves to marry one another. After the War of the Ring, Aragorn became king of Arnor and Gondor. Arwen arrived at Minas Tirith, and they were married. Her few appearances in the book suggest that Arwen is a minor character in The Lord of the Rings; but she serves as inspiration and motivation for Aragorn, who, as Elrond stipulated, must become King of both Arnor and Gondor before he could wed her. The Tale of Aragorn and Arwen relates that Arwen had a son, Eldarion, and at least two unnamed daughters by Aragorn. In F.A. 121, one year after Aragorn's death, at the age of 2901 she gave up her life at Cerin Amroth.
Ok so I did this for a competition over at ArtOrder. You were supposed to do an interpretation of the scene where Eowyn faces the Nazgul in the Return of the King. As you might expect, it's quite difficult not to be influenced by Peter Jackson's interpretation in the films, I tried not to but there still is some resemblance. All in all I'm somewhat happy with the result, there are parts that I like and parts that I don't like, however I'm happy with the amount of effort I put into it and all that it taught me along the way.
Thanks for having a look, please leave a comment if you feel like it, means a lot to me