The Shining Spear

Artist: Beata Kurkul

Feb 3, 2021 | Aeldari | 0 comments

The Shining Spear

Finished at last. The entry for the art-duel is a bit changed – because I need Tarot card. So here it is: [link] Other entries you can see here: [link] And the this one is dedicated to a… character of C.S. Goto novel “Warrior Coven”. Drykhna of the Shining Spears could become the exarch. But she perished on arena fighting with dark eldars’ queen Lelith together with Deathwatch Spacemarines.

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