Celta Nympha Puellae

Sci fi/Fantasy image by

Tom Watson

Picture:   “Celta Nympha Puellae”, is Latin for “The Celtic Nymph Girl”. She is either an Elf or a Nymph. I have not decided which. I generally don’t give Elves ears that long, so she is probably a Nymph. I am not sure why I made her ears so long. Her cat eyes are another non-elf quality. I gave her unnaturally read hair and a brown dress.   Story:   Here we see a Celtic Nymph-Elf girl assuming a pose. She is dressed up for some event and apparently happy to attend. Being Celtic, she wears a Torc around her neck. Being a Celt, she has painted herself in traditional Celtic Woad body paints. If this were a holiday, such as Beltane, she might be much more colorful with deep rich face paints and a brighter dress.   Details:   I made this image using Poser 6 and Photoshop.   All of the models I used where either free for use or purchased. I created some of the textures myself!   I painted her body, created her hair textures, and some of her skin and eyes with Photoshop.


Published More than a year ago

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