The inspiration came from those old Shootin’ Galleries one finds at a carnival or fair. Imagine firing upon row after row of Indian warrior-women as they ride across the landscape. Now imagine if they had equal or better guns and were firing back!
This is an updated version of a work I posted about 5 years ago to Sexy Amazons. It has been cleaned up for DA.
Stephy can be found here:
Zoey can be found here:
Roby can no longer be found here, but has been seen around fetNoir.
After nearly three hours, the battle between the Lakota Indians and the 7th US Cavalrygirls Division commanded by General Georgia Custer is almost over. The Lakotans have killed most of the Cavalrygirls, including the General herself. Only one last company commanded by Lieutenant Roberta ('Roby') Davies is still putting up resistance against the Lakotans, but not much longer.
Only two members of Roby's company, herself and Corporal Annie Calhoun is still alive at this point. Within the past minute, Corporal Stephanie ('Stephy') Weir and PFC Zoey Chester were killed off by single arrows inside their beautiful chests which piercing their hearts leading to instaneous death.
Lt Roby aimed her rifle toward Chief Crazy Horse herself but the Lakotan Chief was faster and killed Roby with a single gunshot to her left chest. In panic and desperation, the 20-year old blonde Corporal Annie fired her rifle and killed a young Lakotan brunette warrior. But another long dark haired warrior is aiming her arrow toward's Annie's chest, about to kill the last member of General Custer's cavalry any seconds now....
Great artwork, i already knew it but it's always great to see such marvelous depiction of this kind of conflict. Such a shame that those beautiful soldiers had to die due to poor tactics. Only one question left, did the natives took prisoners or this is not their way ? Many bliss you great artist 😉
Thanks for your generous words, my friend.
When routing an attack from the Cavalry, the natives had no interest in prisoners. They took their wrath out on their attackers. Even after the Cavalry soldiers were all dead, their bodies would be mutilated. These acts were motivated by the native's feelings of revenge and hatred toward their enemy. These thoughts have come after reading the many accounts of what happened to the bodies of the 7th Cavalry after the battle of Little Bighorn.
That's what i taught, it would be very interesting to see the aftermath of such conflict. Victorious natives over defeated soldiers would be an original take in your already great gallery 😉
Even though the roleplayers who became the inspiration for several of the soldiers preferred such embarrassing demises, I knew there were others who would prefer this dry version as well.
So now everyone is happy! (I hope)