Heather Davis

Updated: September 4th, 2004.Welcome to my realm. It was when I droped the 'tasy' of 'fantasy art' that I found myself here, in Elfwood's Fan Art section. I adore constructive criticism, but I understand how feisty fellow fans can get. Therefore, I follow the standard nightshifter's code: You bite me, I'll bite back. Simple as that!Some old work has been removed. Some hasn't. Each entry has been dated, however, so that you may see my progression through the years. Work is displayed from as far back as 2001 when I was 12.What should you expect here? A number of things, really. You will find a lot of 'Zelda' here, specifically of the Gerudo Exalt Nabooru, for whom the gallery is named. You will also find some of our fanged friends and foes, vampires from Anne Rice's chronicles and White Wolf's VTMR.Enough rambling. Tis your turn now...Proceed into my gallery, and leave a comment or two. Those portrayed will only make you regret it if you neglect such an easy task. *wink*


Harlequin's Jest

Rejection is a painful thing. When death is a penalty merely because one can not do 'well enough', vengeance is at hand.. And even fools have a darker side.

Umbra'Cor's Will

The will of a dark Roman King Mage by the name of Umbra'Cor DeRum Aterhex, the wish of havoc upon all that is and was, and a command to his clansmen - A command of destruction. Though a skilled poet, he is beyond even the worst of misanthropes. He is a necromantic mage who skills in the control of both the dead and living. But the 'Lamia', as he calls them - Vampire in Latin, he dispised beyond anything else.. For they are the undead - The one race of creature who he cannot control. The one race of creature which will mean his final demise.

Chrishankhah's Gift

This is a poem based on the embrace of a vampire. In this particular case, that of Chrishankhah, my Egyptian Vampiress. This is her introduction - the choice she gives the 'victim', might I add.

Dragon's Journey

A short poem about a guardian dragon - a sentinel who guards his world from the highest reaches of the sky - within the clouds.