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High Elf 26 by RaeyenIrael-Stock High Elf 26 by RaeyenIrael-Stock
I love my elf ears, I kept them on for AGES after the shoot had finished. I think I could get used to the look.
Note: I do not do archery, or sword fighting, so my stances may not be completely polished. Please, unless its constructive, go easy on me.

Photographer: *Tasastock
Weapons courtesy of ~Blakava-stock


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Balambao Featured By Owner Jul 20, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
A trick with arrows; take a corq screw and saw it in half, secure the not pointy end to a half or 2/3rds of an arrow shaft, get some cardboard or stiff foam and put it under your clothing strapped to your body, twist the quark screw into the foam/cardboard through your clothing then you have more freedom to act with your hands. Plus the arrow stays put =) IDK I heard about it on a making of "insert movie title here" documentary thingy.
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RaeyenIrael-Stock Featured By Owner Jul 26, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
Lol thanks, I'll remember that for next time, when Ive worked out a way to saw a cork screw in half :p
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Balambao Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
A simple saw should get the job done, like one for sawing metal pipes. They come in manageable sizes too =)
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RaeyenIrael-Stock Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
I cant say I have a saw that saws metal pipes to hand :p
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BlueDragon119 Featured By Owner Oct 16, 2011  Hobbyist Artist
You can tell the saw type by looking at the teeth on the blade. If it has large, sharp, and jagged teeth on it it is meant for wood. If the teeth are short stubby and look like they won't get the job of cutting wood done in a reasonable time it is meant for metal. (worked with enough metal to know)
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Tasastock Featured By Owner Jul 25, 2011  Hobbyist Photographer
the weapons were borrowed, if i'd've cut one of Rob's arrows in half i don't think he would have talked to me ever again.
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Balambao Featured By Owner Jul 27, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
I'm sure you can make a convincing arrow out of a dowel and feathers =)
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