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when I saw this I thought they were kissing, but when I saw it was hugging XD
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Well... anyway would find out some day the McLennon, is not it?
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Elizabeth of York, Henry VII King of England and his mother Margaret Beaufort

Elizabeth of York Plantagenet
Born: Feb 11, 1466
Died: Feb 11, 1503
Reigned: Jan 18, 1486 - Feb 11, 1503
Wife of Henry VII, daughter of King Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville. Is technically the true ruler of England as the oldest heir. Is Also 5th cousins with Henry. She also did not use much political influence due to her strong willed mother-in-law Margaret Beaufort.

Henry VII Tudor
Born: Jan 28, 1457
Died: April 21, 1509
Reigned: Aug 22, 1485 – April 21, 1509
Note: Former Earl of Richmond. Great Great Great Grandson of Edward III through John of Gaunt. Son of Edmund Tudor Earl of Richmond and Lady Margaret Beaufort.

Margaret Beaufort, Countess of Richmond
Born: May 31, 1443
Died: June 29, 1509
Married Edmund Tudor Earl of Richmond: Nov 1, 1455
Note: She refused to accept a lower status than the dowager Queen and as well as her daughter-in-law and walked only a half pace behind her and wore the same quality robes as the Queen. She was practically the queen as she was strong willed and did not let Elizabeth of York have much power. It is believed she is responsible for the banishment of Elizabeth Woodville by Henry VII at her request. The birth of her son was very difficult and left her unable to have anymore children
Note: Edmund died Nov 3, 1456 at 25.

Yes the dates for Margaret Beaufort are correct for her birthdate, marriage and when she had her son.



All credit goes to Doll-Divine and Azalea's Dress Up Doll Tudor Maker.

azaleasdolls.com/tudors2.html
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Elizabeth of York. Queen of England
Also Elizabeth Plantagenet, Princess
Born: Feb 11, 1466
Died: Feb 11, 1503
Reigned over England: Jan 18, 1486 - Feb 11, 1503

She was the daughter of King Edward IV and Elizabeth Woodville and was the sister to King Edward V, who was only king for a short time after their father died and their power hungry Uncle Richard had parlement declare his brother's marriage invalid under a false claim he was engaged to Eleanor Butler when he married. He crowned himself King Richard III and possibly killed his two nephews, he was later killed at Bosworth Field.

Elizabeth married Henry Tudor Earl of Richmond later King Henry VII and was the mother of Arthur, Margaret Queen of Scotland, Henry VIII, Elizabeth (died at 3 years old), Mary Former Queen of France and Duchess of Suffolk and Edmund Duke of Somerset (died at a year and a half). She died in 1503 after giving birth to a daughter who also died. After she died her husband was devastated by her death and became gravely ill but recovered but was greatly affected by her death. When Henry made a token effort to find a new wife and suggest Joan of Naples his description of what he desired in a wife actually matched her (Elizabeth), it is likely from this that they had a true love match and from descriptions loved each other greatly.

She was a kind and loving mother and wife, and was the only known Queen to be the daughter, sister, neice, wife, mother and grandmother of English monarchs.

It was said that she was tall, since her father was 6 foot 4 inches and her son Henry was 6 foot 3 inches it is possible she was 5 foot 9 inches, inbetween her mother and father's height if her mother was average height (5' 3").



All credit goes to Doll-Divine and Azalea's Dress Up Doll Tudor Maker.

azaleasdolls.com/tudors2.html
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Elizabeth Woodville, Queen of England, Tudor Style
Born: 1437
Died: June 8, 1492
Reigned: May 1, 1464 - April 9, 1483

She was the first commoner to Marry a english king. She was married first to Sir John Grey and had two sons, through her first son she is the great great grandmother of Lady Jane Grey who was Queen of England for 9 days before Mary deposed her.

She married King Edward IV Plantagenet on May 1, 1464 and by him had 10 children, 7 daughters 3 sons, only 7 survived Edward. After Edward's death her son became Edward V but her brother-in-law wanting the throne had parlement declare her marriage invalid on false grounds her husband was betrothed to an another woman when they married. Her sons Edward and Richard became famously known as the Princes of the tower and they died.

After the boys deaths Richard III did no other harm to her or her 5 daughters. She conspired with Margaret Beaufort to remove Richard from the throne who died in 1485 in battle.

Interesting thing to note, her son Edward was betrothed to Anne the heir to the Duchy of Brittany and the agreement of the marriage was that the second son born would become the Duke of Brittany, but after his death Anne was forced to Marry Charles VII King of France.

She is a descendant of the Counts of La March through Hugh VIII and is a descendant of King Louis VII of France and Eleanor of Aquitaine through their daughter Marie.


All credit goes to Doll-Divine and Azalea's Dress Up Doll Tudor Maker.

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I was curious about this woman in the orange dress on "The Tudors" and read up about her. I don't get Showtime, nor would I watch the show if I did pay for its services, so I did research online.

In "The Tudors" tv show, Henry has a younger sister called "Princess Margaret." She's supposed to be a condensed version of Henry VIII's 2 younger sisters, Margaret and Mary. Her story mostly follows what happened to Mary. I read that they didn't want to call her Princess Mary because it would have confused viewers between her & Henry's oldest daughter. However, I think confusing between the 2 royals would have been preferable to how they portrayed "Margaret" on the show.

Honestly, the English during this time period were VERY unimaginative w/ names. For the ladies, it seems as if only 5 names were ever used: Mary, Anne, Catherine, Jane, and Elizabeth. Even worse, those same names were used all over Europe, they just sounded different in other languages. (For example: Isabel = Elizabeth, & Catalina = Catherine. It's no surprise that the name Elizabeth, especially, has so many nicknames attached to it, to prevent confusion; like Liz, Lizzy, Bess, Bessy, Beth, Eliza, etc).
For men it was: Henry, John, Thomas, William, & Robert.

In real life, Princess Mary was considered one of the most beautiful ladies in Europe; (I'm not surprised, check out this painting if u don't believe me, [link]), & when she was of age, and Henry married her off to King Louis XII of France. On the show she was going to marry the aging King of Portugal. In both real life and the show, it seems she did sulk about it, but she was really nasty towards Henry in the show. It was also the same in real life & on the show that she was already in love with Charles Brandon, Duke of Suffolk.

History says that King Louis XII was 34 years older than Mary, so he was a feeble old man (for the time period), and died 3 months after the wedding. The tv show, however, shows that she smothered the Portuguese King with a pillow so she could be rid of him (as I said, I didn't watch hardly any of the show except for some very short YouTube videos).

History & the tv show were both in agreement that the princess secretly married Charles Brandon soon after King Louis' death, but unlike the show, Princess Mary was eventually forgiven by her brother Henry. In the show, Henry banishes them from the court, & Princess Margaret's relationship dissolves b/c her husband starts sleeping around. She eventually dies of tuberculosis.

In real life, Princess Mary & Duke Charles were happy together. They even had 3 children, and the princess was good friends with Catherine of Aragon. Although she married below her rank, the rest of her life was quiet and happy. She didn't really die until 1533, the same year Princess Elizabeth was born.

I find it really annoying that the writer of "The Tudors" series would find it so FASCINATING to portray such an interesting lady in such a negative and tragic light. They say that truth is stranger than fiction. In this case, it's truth is KINDER than fiction.

As for the orange gown, I'll leave history's hypothetical opinions as well as my own for a separate image of "Princess Margaret."
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As stated in the title, this is Elizabeth of York, mother to the famous King Henry VIII, & grandmother to Queen Elizabeth I.

The image is based on a portrait I found of the Queen, though it was difficult to make both her gown & headdress b/c there were no gable-hoods of any kind on the Tudors Scene-Maker. The portrait also only shows her from the chest up, so I had to use other pictures of early Tudor gowns as models for what the dress might have looked like.

This was actually a second attempt at creating Elizabeth of York. The first time around I tried using one of the French hoods in the game & it didn't exactly turn out so great :/ This time around, I made it entirely out of beads, no hood behind it, and used the portrait as the model.

The early English gable hoods for ladies actually look kinda pretty & unique. Gives you a real "Alice in Wonderland" feel. There's also that interesting late medieval look that ladies of the 15th century England had, just before King Henry brought on all the radical Renaissance fashions.

Elizabeth of York was said to be very beautiful in real life, and very gentle & kind in personality. I guess Henry got his nasty personality from his father, b/c Henry VII was said to be a greedy, money-grubbing jerk. It's a pity Elizabeth of York never got to see her granddaughter, Elizabeth I. She would have been proud of the girl :D

I made this using the Tudors Scene-Maker www.dolldivine.com/the-tudors-… on Doll Divine.
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This is Anne Boleyn, based on one of the more flattering portraits of her, & probably 1 of the easiest pictures I ever made on the Tudors Scene-Maker www.dolldivine.com/the-tudors-… . (Though now I'm starting 2 wish I'd made her famous "B" necklace...maybe I'll re-do the painting later).

The doll is based on this beautiful painting of Anne Boleyn from Hever Castle. It's my fave painting of her, and though it was painted after her time, I think it's the most accurate image we can get of her. The English may not have considered her beautiful in an era where blonds & redheads were in vogue, but she certainly would have qualified in this day & age :)

I actually had to base part of this picture on a wax figure they made of Anne in that famous museum in London, b/c the portrait didn't show what the lower part of her gown looked like.
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My Tudor Girls Family Tree

I’m working for a long time on this art, but I finally finished it!

I started with the “mothers of the dynasty”, Margaret Beaufort (from Tudor/Lancaster side) and Elizabeth Woodville (from York side), representing the red and white roses from the War of the Roses that give rise to the famous Tudor Rose. Beaufort and Woodville decide to marry their children, Henry Tudor and Elizabeth of York to end the war and start a new dynasty.

Henry and Elizabeth had 2 sons and 2 daughters. Arthur married with Catalina de Aragon, the youngest daughter of Ferdinand of Aragon and Isabella of Castille, but the prince died a few months later without consummate the marriage, so Catalina married with Henry VIII. She was the mother of Mary I of England (the Bloody Mary). Henry left Catalina to marry Anne Boleyn, breaking with the Catholic church to be able to hold the wedding. Anne was the mother of Elizabeth I of England (the Virgin Queen). After Anne, Henry married with Jane Seymour and finally had his so wanted male heir, the young king Edward VI. Henry had more 3 wives: Anne of Cleves, Kathryn Howard and Katherine Parr.

Margaret married with James IV of Scots from Stuart Dynasty, and was the mother of James V of Scots. James took Mary of Guise as wife, and was the father of Mary Stuart, also known as Mary of Scots. Mary Stuart was queen of France and queen of Scots, and tried to be queen of England too, and lost her head because of it. But her son, James VI of Scots became king of England after the death of Elizabeth I, the last queen of this dynasty.

Mary Rose Tudor was queen of France for a short period, and had no children from this marriage, but from her second marriage, with Charles Brandon, she had 3 girls, and the older daughter was Lady Frances Brandon, the mother of the Nine Days Queen, Jane Grey.

You can see all the girls here:

Margaret Beaufort: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Elizabeth Woodville: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Eli…

Elizabeth of York: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Eli…

Margaret Tudor: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Mary Rose Tudor: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Catalina de Aragon: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Cat…

Anne Boleyn: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Ann…

Jane Seymour: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Jan…

Anna von Kleve: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Ann…

Kathryn Howard: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Kat…

Katherine Parr: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Kat…

Marie de Guise: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Mary Tudor: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Elizabeth Tudor: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Lad…

Frances Brandon: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Mary Stuart: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Mar…

Jane Grey: marasop.deviantart.com/art/Jan…
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Inspired on Philipa Gregory's "The White Queen" series

Margaret Beaufort is the lady in red, the mother of Tudor Dynasty.

Elizabeth Woodville is the lady in gold, the White Queen.

Isabel and Anne Neville is the Kingmaker's Daughters.

more about the series: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Whit…

images from those outfits:

Margaret Beaufort:
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Elizabeth Woodville:
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Anne Neville:
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Isabel Neville:
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The White Queen!

Elizabeth Woodville was the first plebeian queen consort of England as the spouse of King Edward IV from 1464 until his death in 1483. Thanks to Elizabeth's great beauty, lack of great estates and being english yet still becoming queen, and she seized upon it to become a key figure in the ongoing dynastic civil wars now known as the Wars of the Roses.
She was the mother os the princes in the tower, and Elizabeth of York, the future wife of Henry VII, and mother of king Henry VIII, Margaret of Scots and Mary Rose of France.

c. 1471

image of this outfit: upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia…

more about her: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elizabet…
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This is the Goddess Eris of Sinbad.

Made this with Azaleas Dolls, Heroine Creator
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Belle in her blue maiden outfit!
Made with Azaleas Dolls, Heroine Maker.
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Saleen the Mermaid, from Aladdin the animated series.
Made by Azaleas Dolls.
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Model: me
Photographer: my partner
Dress: a usual medieval dress bougt at amazon.de

Originally I wanted to do stock inspired by my old illustration done in late 2010. My vision of Winter Solstice which haunt me from time to time =) The stock series did not turn the way I wanted :/ hope some of you find them useful though
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Location: Weissenbachtal
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Detail: Only few images, it was a spontaneous photoshoot and I am not happy how it turned out. I am planning to improve the headpiece and maybe also the dress and hope for a rainy day to re-shoot this series ( with a better result :-)
Who is Daena? No idea really xd I was thinking of creating a nymphmermaidnaiad themed stock , looks like I need more experience or inspiration. sometimes I am lacking both:XD: Anyway, hope you can create something with these images. :heart:

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More The Hobbit daemon!AU art.

Blurb about Bifur and his Malagasy giant chameleon daemon, Urdur:

Bifur watched as Urdur showed off to Ori and Bilbo, changing her colors every now and then, making both youngsters grin and exclaim how wonderful she was. He smirked a bit, knowing how much it meant to Urdur to be seen as something more than the daemon of a damaged Dwarf. So many took one look at him and then assumed Urdur was just as broken.

He couldn't help but chuckle when Urdur crawled back up onto his leg, colors returned to normal, she looked up at him and he stroked his hand over her. He calmly asked her, in Khuzdul, what she thought of the Hobbit. She looked at Bilbo, who was conversing with Ori, and then back at him.

"He's a good person," she replied, her tail curling around his wrist as he continued to run his hand over her. "I think Gandalf chose him well."

Bifur nodded and looked at their burglar. He didn't necessarily see what Gandalf saw but he was certain the wizard knew what he was doing.


Urdur is an Icelandic name meaning "fate"

Blurb about Bofur and his Basilisk Lizard daemon, Zhivka:

"He heard everything Thorin said...I know he did."

Bofur looked at Zhivka, who was perched on his shoulder, a brilliant green against his dark clothes and hair. He then glanced over to where Bilbo sat, at the edge of the group. Like his daemon he had no doubts that Bilbo had heard Thorin's harsh words after they'd escaped the goblins and seeing the little Hobbit look so sad, so lost, all while trying hard not to, bothered him deeply.

Grabbing his pack and bedroll, which he'd just lain out next to Bifur's he crossed the camp, ignoring the way his fellow Dwarves watched him curiously. Bilbo and his daemon, Nuala, looked up at him in surprise when he laid his bedroll next to the Hobbit's. "Zhivka and I decided to join you tonight," he said with a grin, Zhivka nodded eagerly from her perch. Bilbo smiled, a glow of appreciation entering his eyes and Bofur knew he'd made the right decision.


Zhivka is a Bulgarian name meaning "living"

Blurb about Bombur and his raccoon daemon, Hege:

Bombur settled down for the evening, listening as his fellow Dwarves chatted and sang, trying to ease some of the aches acquired during the days of walking. He smiled as Hege climbed up on the log he was leaning against, her whiskers tickling his neck when she cuddled against him. Reaching up he patted her fur, not surprised when she nibbled gently on his fingers. He smiled at her. "Do you think we made the right decision," he asked softly, not wanting the others to overhear them. "Coming on this quest?"

Hege made a soft sound, nuzzling his cheek with her nose. "I believe so." She looked around at the group for a moment before looking at him again. "We may not be a warrior like Dwalin or Thorin. But we are willing to stand, to aid our King and his cause. We answered his call nobly and readily. We belong here just as much as the others."

Bombur nodded, looking to where Thorin sat. Hege was right. They may not be great warriors but for their King they were ready to do anything.


Hege is a Norwegian name meaning "holy"

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Game of Thrones daemon!AU art.

Blurb about Cersei Lannister and her Mink daemon, Kohana:
Kohana is a Japanese name meaning "little flower"

Cersei sat after the ship had sailed, carrying her precious daughter to Dorne, drinking enough wine that it would have had most men falling unconscious. She had just started to refill her goblet when Kohana spoke from where he sat on the little sofa just across from her. "I think you're overreacting to all of this."

She went perfectly still and looked at her daemon like she didn't recognize him.

"What," she snarled icily, gaze narrowing into a sharp glare. "Did you just say?"

Kohana stood on his hind legs. "I said, you're overreacting. Myrcella is going to be married. Not murdered. And you're acting like a petty child whose favourite toy has been taken..."

Kohana yelped as he scrambled down from the sofa, just narrowly avoiding being struck by the goblet Cerse had hurled at him, the wine in it spilling everywhere like blood.

"SHE IS MY DAUGHTER!" The Queen Regent screamed as she surged to her feet. Kohana instantly hid beneath the sofa. "You have no right to tell me..."

"I am your daemon!" Kohana shot back, glaring at Cersei from his hiding spot. "Your heart and soul! I have the only right to tell you anything you do not wish to hear!"

Silence filled the room as Cersei all but collapsed back down onto her sofa, face buried in her hands as she began sobbing. Kohana wanted to comfort her but he stayed where he was, afraid that she would hurt him, hurt them, just out of spite. It wouldn't be the first time she'd done it. It was not a chance he was willing to take. Not even for his other half.

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MCU daemon!AU art.

Blurb about Brock Rumlow and his Doberman Pincher daemon, Kore:
Kore is a Greek name meaning "maiden"

She sat beside his legs, glaring at the rest of the group, refusing to speak to anyone, even him and, it was becoming obvious, that something was wrong.

"Kore," he whispered, leaning down, hiding the conversation by straighten his boot knife and then making it look like he was checking the straps and buckles of his gear. "Kore, you can't keep up the silent treatment. You're making a scene."

She said nothing, didn't even look at him, just continued to glare at anyone, human or daemon, who dared to look at her. He sighed and rubbed a hand over his face. "We're doing this whether you like it or not," he hissed at her, grabbing his rifle. "We've got our orders."

He didn't expect her reaction. Her teeth in his arm hurt twice as much as it would have if it had been just a normal dog and, as she moved away from him, stretching their bond, he saw how she limped. "Kore..."

"Go to hell, Brock," she snarled, teeth flashing, the first words she'd spoken to him in days. "You and all your little Nazi worshipping bastards."

The silence that filled the plane was thick and tense and everyone kept looking between Rumlow and Kore, until he snapped at them to get their shit together. He looked at his daemon, finding her to be ignoring him again, her fur standing up and eyes flashing with her rage. He drew a deep breath and rubbed the spot on his arm where she'd bit him. His heart, his very soul, was angry with him. All because he'd chosen Hydra over Steve. Chosen men who were going to kill millions of people over a man who'd shown them that there were people in the world who still gave a shit.

He had no idea how to fix any of this.

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After doing my My Little Mermaid series, I thought I would try my 2nd favorite Fairy Tale

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Here is my version of Cinderella

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Here is the newest Ariel from the Disney heroine maker.

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