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"Drow elf armor" by Steve Anderwald

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this is my version of some drow armor. done with pencil.

9 Sep 200245 Jorrit Kiel
Wow, looks really cool. Exept those wings on her head, don't really like those. But, hey, that's just my opinion...
3 Nov 200245 Anonymous
THe picture is great but can you draw just the drow armour?
7 Apr 2003:-) Maya Ivarsson
Nice job on the armor, me like her pose
1 May 200345 Rico
nice job. I like the pic.... but the pose is a little unnatural. that is all.
29 Jul 2003:-) Rachel E Greene
Wonderful shading here,very clean,clear,oh for pete's sake I like the shading okay?I can't grasp the word i'm looking for so that'll have to do.
16 Aug 200345 Anon.
One word kick ass
11 May 200445 Quuhuu
Drow rock!
Nice picture!
26 Jun 200445 Trix
The pose is not unnatural to me, you just have to look at it like she is looking behind her because she heard a sound that could mean her inevitable Dark Elven doom in the underdark.
the underdark is a evil place filled with backstabbers(no pun intended) and tricky creatures!
11 Jan 2005:-)
Well, I don't intend to be mean but... please! Have you ever really read up much about drow? 1:Thier armor is thin and light, chain being the heaviest they would ever wear (your's looks like half-plate) 2: Wings? On drow? Yeck... HELLO! Spiders and demons, not birdies and angels. 3: Her build is so un-elven as to be amusing. She's sturdy and buff. Drow pride themselves on thier thin, lithe, forms. That chisled jawline and those bulky arms are more of a human trait.
Alright, sorry. On a personal note, I think that pose is a bit off, and she seems a bit out of proportion. -wince- apologies. You do seem to be a rather good artist, and I love the shading. I just ask you to please research what you draw a bit.
26 May 200545 CrystilSpider <Cersiana@yah...com>
I really think it looks neat. I'm a huge drow fan and actually. I've been playing D&D since 2nd edition. There are many builds of drow its why their communities can be so self suffient. They pride themselves on being small and strong yes. But, there are many who stand out just like any race. Theres a drow male in war of the spider queen that not only is tall ((as tall as a female)) He wears dwarven plate. And carries a greatsword to be not so tech. So I say Great Job.
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'Drow elf armor':
 • Created by: :-) Steve Anderwald
 • Copyright: ©Steve Anderwald. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Armor, Drow, Pencil, Sword, Woman
 • Categories: Elf / Elves, Warrior, Fighter, Mercenary, Knights, Paladins, Weapons, Bows, Swords, Blades, Rapiers..., Woman, Women
 • Techniques: Pencil/Graphite Pen
 • Views: 6243
 • Resolution: 528x679

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