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Female Warrior 4 by ghosttrin Female Warrior 4 by ghosttrin
Another from a series taken for another project.

Model: myself

Photographer: Tony Darren

Armor: Paul Holroyd
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Dragonwarriorstm Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2014  Professional Artist
great pose and awesome cos play
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joey368 Featured By Owner May 24, 2014
Better not mess with you! What kind of dragon do you own?
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ghosttrin Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2014
a big purple one :P
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shadowpuppet-studios Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Stunning look and costume. Gorgeous.
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ghosttrin Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014
Thank you :-)
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shadowpuppet-studios Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2014  Professional Digital Artist
Very welcome ;)
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SciFiArtMan Featured By Owner Oct 22, 2013  Professional Digital Artist
I sure love this strap outfit!  I'd prefer to see a black leather bra and no fish-netting for better contrast for the straps, and then an ocean of poses (I can dream!)  :)

Then add some form of heeled boot or different shoes, and perfection achieved!  All your poses are wonderful as many of the images are!  But for some reason the sword going between your legs strikes a dissonant chord in me.  I'd prefer to see the sword raised, but that's just me!  Thanks for all your wonderful artistry, and for sharing with the world!
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ghosttrin Featured By Owner Oct 23, 2013
I had to rush in adding parts to wear with this outfit for the shoot to help it cover enough of me for the project I needed it for. It was originally meant to be worn on skin with a matching nipple cover. You can see the pics of that in my gallery. I'm glad you like my work :)
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FierceBirdOfFlame Featured By Owner Aug 24, 2013
I like the addition of the purple but I feel you could have done more to really make this pose stand out. I think the straps & collar would have added a stronger accent if they constrasted with a colourful tunic or fabrics underneath. A circlet could complete the piece, although that would push the photo more towards a noblewoman warrior or a warrior princess... Personally, I feel clothing can provide a clearer style or direction than bare skin can but that's just me. To each their own! Perhaps some bodypaint to contrast while keeping it lower key than cloths could, portraying a truely gritty yet fearsome warrior.

Can't really say this ought to protect oneself during a fight... ^^" :P Keep it up!
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ghosttrin Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013
It's not meant to be practical and the armor was designed with my colour choices but by a friend of mine. The straps hinder movement as there is a thick leather spiked spine on the back which you can't see in this pic. It's really just made for show. I would love to add some war paint to the costume, maybe a celtic blue so I may do that in future, thanx :)
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