Julia Hayn, Elfwood Artist
Lady of The Frost.
"This very old and wise Elven Lady lives in the far North and keeps the secrets of the perpetual ice."
This is by far the best work she has, but all of her pictures are fairly consistent in style, even when differing in medium. Julia has an interesting style. The pictures she did entirely by hand (i haven't the slightest clue what medium Lady of the Frost is) tend to be the closest to realistic. But even when things have a hazy outline as in Destiny's Well, they all have a very direct and every line has a purpose, to enhance the pervading mood of the picture.
"This picture was inspired by the wells of the nothern mythology. (crayons)"
"This poor nymph had an unfortunate encounter with a demon. She survived, but now she is damned herself to live as a demonic creature."
Clouds of War
"War is rising... (colored pencil/crayons)"
"This was my first try to colour a pencil sketch completely with photoshop."
"Archorbar is an NPC from our RPG. He´s an Obsidian and thus one of the very rare creatures that was born by the mountains and rocks. He is one of the initial members from an old order, called the 'Lightbearer'." Again, no clue what the medium is, but as it is based off of an RPG character, how realistic it is will be slightly affected.