if she has anything to do with the Beowulf version, than its too bad she's out to feast on my bones and grind my flesh against walls, as well as rip through me... still, she is pretty, and pretty hot, as they say.
we are the ork whe use or spoons and forks..we love to eat or pork. ha u dont like wow ? or is it the depiction of there female horde characters ...hey at least it keeps the teen fan boy night elves runin around in thongs outta that faction....until the expansion and blood elves(shutters) but weither u like wow or not is not the issue! You have an excellent fem fatale and that bow is rockin
a sinister looking nemises and a strong looking opponent all at the same time. It's a good pic, but I won't like that the right hand does look a tad awkward, but still, other qualities such as the coloring, anatomy, and design redeem the picture despite it.
...and I'm not just saying that because I'm a guy staring at a half-naked female in front of me >.> Not me, nooooooo... course not!
Either way, the colour scheme of the character oddly matches the background colour, I happen to find that amusing.
Also, the expression caught my interest. It's almost as though she derives some sadistic pleasure before releasing the bow string and, inevitably, scoring a kill. Bah! lookitme... I'm dramatically rambling.
Ahem, anyways, nicely composed, as are the rest of your drawings. (I would comment on them to, but there's just too much for me type in one sitting, heh).
think Beowoulf would have had a harder time(if not lost) against this Grendal. Although Grendel rolled up killing like 30 people in no time flat, strait punked Unferth. You incarcerate that in to this with a very cute michiviouse smile.
Grendal was cold ruthless, powerfull as god only knows and would make great boss character. Although It dose spark a few questions. If you can do this with Grendel the possiblities of what you could with the dragon? Then gives the new queston of how well would she fare against Grimhild or Skade? The world may never know.
Regarding Ravenwulf's comment about the bowstring: As a nationally competitive archer at the collegiate level, I have to disagree. The most common draw style is to use three fingers -- one above and two below the arrow. That said, it's something of personal preference how many fingers one wants to use.