What struck me about this picture is the whiplike rope she is holding. It reminds me of blackberry bramble strand and makes sense for a forest people to use something like that. You also captured the litheness of an elf better than most. She is not thin or small, but lithe and powerful like a cat.
@BenWootten, I hope you don't mind, but I have used some of your pictures for my story; The Curse of the Crimson Dragon. The pictures I used were of; the Quirion Ranger, the Young Red Dragon, the Young Black Dragon, and the Blue Dragon. I apologize in advance for not first asking you, and I am very impressed with your lovely drawings. Again,I'm sorry and I hope you can forgive me. I did however, give you credit, and I posted a link to this page (and all of the other drawings that you drew).
Hi there, thank you fro asking, I don't have a problem with you using my art work in principle but I do have to tell that the pieces you have chosen are under copyright to companies that commissioned the work. So if you are using the illustrations in anything but a non-profit capacity you will be in breach of copyright. If the use in non profit then as long as you credit myself and the company that owns the work. In this case that is Sony Online Entertainment/Wizards of the Coast and Paizo Publishing for the dragons.