Well drawn as far as lines and shapes go but the aesthetics dont really capture what dark elves are. For example, you used darker shades of red predominantly and images of lightning and gore.
While none of this has anything to do with dark elves it is still well drawn, however it is still missing a context or reason, and things like that turn pieces like this into forgetful garbage.
Da Vinci's Monalisa was hardly a sight to see before someone attempted to steal it, only then did people want to see the masterpiece.
On the contrary DocNik, I can make a dark elf anyway I want, not just how you perceive them. As far as character design goes it was off my head, I didn't look up other dark elves because I wanted it to be original. I wrote my own story for the character in my head as a built her and when I look at others art I do the same; I don't tell that artist they can't draw a certain character type a certain way. We wouldn't have the variety and intrigue if people didn't experiment. I don't have the research, but I guarantee you there are at least two successfully popular dark elves in this world that aren't generic copies of each other.
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