Fuck Yeah Warrior Women
Myelle of Arghest by rojaq
Joan Hawke by kokomiko
matahitorigoto:

http://yamao.deviantart.com/art/Kavina-comm-417644550
poo189:

fantasy-scifi:

Commission - Ayline by Bea-Gonzalez

THIS IMAGE. Look at this image! It’s not scantily clad or nothing! This is a fantasy woman done right. I bet she’s got a heart of gold and runs around the forested mountains slaying trolls.

poo189:

fantasy-scifi:

Commission - Ayline
by Bea-Gonzalez

THIS IMAGE. Look at this image! It’s not scantily clad or nothing! This is a fantasy woman done right. I bet she’s got a heart of gold and runs around the forested mountains slaying trolls.

quarkmaster:

Cyber Punk Girl by feintbellt

quarkmaster:

Cyber Punk Girl by feintbellt

lesbian13:

hungerfaerie:

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Oh wow, I love this art style.

That’s gorgeous.
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lesbian13:

hungerfaerie:

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Oh wow, I love this art style.

That’s gorgeous.

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Shade by Drew Baker (for Celebration Europe II)

repair-her-armor:

am-markussen:

Some more redesigns for the Repair her armor contest. This time the lingerie “armour” and the creative healer stereotype. These are all the redesigns I managed before the deadline.

Which one should I choose to finish properly and submit?

Now that the contest is over, I can finally show these WONDERFUL designs!

heroineimages:

Sergeant Elara Dorne of Havoc Squad from Star Wars: The Old Republic
As archetypes go, it’s easy to immediately think of primary healers as rear-echelon characters—-as a background or support figures. The truth, however, is that field medics have been patching their wounded comrades on the front lines since the phalanxes of Ancient Greece. I admire that Sergeant Dorne carries on this tradition in a galaxy far, far away, first in her search-and-rescue efforts in the Republic Armed Forces, later beside her teammates in Havoc Squad.
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heroineimages:

Sergeant Elara Dorne of Havoc Squad from Star Wars: The Old Republic

As archetypes go, it’s easy to immediately think of primary healers as rear-echelon characters—-as a background or support figures. The truth, however, is that field medics have been patching their wounded comrades on the front lines since the phalanxes of Ancient Greece. I admire that Sergeant Dorne carries on this tradition in a galaxy far, far away, first in her search-and-rescue efforts in the Republic Armed Forces, later beside her teammates in Havoc Squad.

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