Fuck Yeah Warrior Women

[ Description: A three image photset of a light skinned woman with long dark hair. In the primary image, she wears a lightly armoured abbreviated but practical leather costume that displays her many geometric tattoos, and wields an exotic sword. ]

lulubonanza:

Lynn Collins as Dejah Thoris Princess of Mars

after seeing this moving…..and seeing her….She would be an AWESOME Wonder Woman!

get on it hollyweird


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[ Image: A light skinned woman with short dark hair whose appearance suggests ancestory derived from the one of the indigineous peoples of the Americas. She is dressed in a predominantly standard western fantasy style — leather armour over leather clothes — though there are elements such as the banded mail and the curved sword on her hip that suggest a Japanese influence. ]
An illustration by Eric Belisle of the Pathfinder RPG character Kagur Blacklion

[ Image: A light skinned woman with short dark hair whose appearance suggests ancestory derived from the one of the indigineous peoples of the Americas. She is dressed in a predominantly standard western fantasy style — leather armour over leather clothes — though there are elements such as the banded mail and the curved sword on her hip that suggest a Japanese influence. ]

An illustration by Eric Belisle of the Pathfinder RPG character Kagur Blacklion

[ Image: An illustration of a light skinned woman with black hair caught up in a bun. She wears a combination of brown leather and blue material that has a look strongly evocative of east asian monks as seen is kung-fu movies. She is in a meditative stance, eyes closed, an open book in one hand. ]
libraryoftheancients:

nyreen-kandros:

armordoneright:

Artwork@Paizo

I love Paizo artwork fight me

I’m not really a fan of Pathfinder, but one of the things I do like about it is the art style. The main clear improvement over 3.5 for me.

[ Image: An illustration of a light skinned woman with black hair caught up in a bun. She wears a combination of brown leather and blue material that has a look strongly evocative of east asian monks as seen is kung-fu movies. She is in a meditative stance, eyes closed, an open book in one hand. ]

libraryoftheancients:

nyreen-kandros:

armordoneright:

Artwork@Paizo

I love Paizo artwork fight me

I’m not really a fan of Pathfinder, but one of the things I do like about it is the art style. The main clear improvement over 3.5 for me.

[ Image: A woman with light skin and lonf blonde hair in nordic braids wearing modern fantasy body armour with noticeable viking motifs. She has an axe trapped across her back. ]
branch56:

Behold….THE VALKYRIE!
Well, Dani Moonstar was such a hit, it was time for the first Valkyrie to make her appearance. Now there’s a lot of similar elements in her and Dani’s looks, both being Valkyries and all. Remember that the version of Dani I did, she was the Herald to Hela, hence a little more pomp to her.
Obviously there are going to be more Asgardian/Norse details, but the ‘winged’ or ‘wind’ elements are still lingering. I made her hair brilliantly bright with very little shading to give a more ethereal effect. And if you are wondering, I couldn’t bring myself to draw those boob bowls. I couldn’t do it.

OMG, this is perfect!!! Especially the utter lack of boob bowls. I want to read the character, but her current design I just can’t.

[ Image: A woman with light skin and lonf blonde hair in nordic braids wearing modern fantasy body armour with noticeable viking motifs. She has an axe trapped across her back. ]

branch56:

Behold….THE VALKYRIE!

Well, Dani Moonstar was such a hit, it was time for the first Valkyrie to make her appearance. Now there’s a lot of similar elements in her and Dani’s looks, both being Valkyries and all. Remember that the version of Dani I did, she was the Herald to Hela, hence a little more pomp to her.

Obviously there are going to be more Asgardian/Norse details, but the ‘winged’ or ‘wind’ elements are still lingering. I made her hair brilliantly bright with very little shading to give a more ethereal effect. And if you are wondering, I couldn’t bring myself to draw those boob bowls. I couldn’t do it.

OMG, this is perfect!!! Especially the utter lack of boob bowls. I want to read the character, but her current design I just can’t.

sabreblade:

Swann Cardot - NPC Figure Competitor on Flickr.
armordoneright:

It’s strong. It’s beautiful. It’s women’s armor done RIGHT. Thank you, Eva Widermann!
Artwork@Wizards of the Coast

armordoneright:

It’s strong. It’s beautiful. It’s women’s armor done RIGHT. Thank you, Eva Widermann!

Artwork@Wizards of the Coast

[ Description: Three images. The first shows an asian woman wearing a leather tunic over a shirt and pants. In addition to her knife and bedroll, she is alsoo carrying two infants, strapped front and back. The second shows a pale skined woman with an armoured cloak, a cat sitting on her shoulder. The third shows another pale skinned woman with long silver hair, a sword lain across the spill of her dress. ]

sosuperawesome:

Dan Dos Santos

[ Description: Four images of a light skinned dark haired version of Commander Shepard, wearing her usual futuristic body armour. Each picture of her is based on a different ending option from Mass Effect 3. ]

quillaby:

Shepard Series by Gigi-FenixPhoenix

kapwacollective:

“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:
The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 
Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online
Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective
Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.comFacebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

kapwacollective:

“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.”  - from the article:

The Filipina as Ritualist and Warrior By Perry Gil S. Mallari 

Image: Filipina actor, Marian Rivera as the Visayan warrior, Amaya welding her sword for justice.  Watch free episodes of “Amaya”online

Come learn with us.  - Kapwa Collective

Blog: kapwacollective.tumblr.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/kapwacollective

[ Image: A colour sketch of 6 female warriors of different ethnicities, wearing a variety of medieval European garb. Everyone carries a sword, and all but one are wearing armour. ]
siminiblocker:

Costume research for a promo piece I’m starting. It’s kind of an homage to fantasy, cuz I’ve been reading a lot of that lately, and it’s been on my idea list for a while. There will be a CASTLE and a DRAGON and a LADY KNIGHT with a SWORD. Because, you know, I’m all about the girl power. 
Anyways. I’ll probably go with something like the second one. And if you want to see some much cooler medieval ladies, check out THESE but Hannah Christenson. They are fantastic. 

[ Image: A colour sketch of 6 female warriors of different ethnicities, wearing a variety of medieval European garb. Everyone carries a sword, and all but one are wearing armour. ]

siminiblocker:

Costume research for a promo piece I’m starting. It’s kind of an homage to fantasy, cuz I’ve been reading a lot of that lately, and it’s been on my idea list for a while. There will be a CASTLE and a DRAGON and a LADY KNIGHT with a SWORD. Because, you know, I’m all about the girl power. 

Anyways. I’ll probably go with something like the second one. And if you want to see some much cooler medieval ladies, check out THESE but Hannah Christenson. They are fantastic.