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Joan of Arc by GENZOMAN Joan of Arc by GENZOMAN
This is the second time i draw her for Myths & Legends TCG... I love her story since i was a kid (but not too much the movies based on her life :() in fact she was one of the first historical characters that took my attention by all the spiritual background.

this time i want for her closer look to FFXI hume/armor style :P (i was triying this MMORPG, is pretty good :D) in first time i did a very monochromatic version, but i change it for a happier one :P dunno.

photoshop CS/Graphire 3/ 6 1/2 hours/soundtrack: Look into the lost years (My favorite song by Fairyland T_T_T_T_T, phil is a genious)

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OriginalSin94 Featured By Owner 2 hours ago  Student Interface Designer
How do you study the way armor works?
dod424 Featured By Owner 5 days ago
fun fact Joan of Arc actually didn't kill anyone, she was the standard bearer the lead the army. Although the sword makes the picture look better, and standard bearer made her quite the target.
ShinnMakarov23 Featured By Owner Jun 6, 2014
The Patron saint of Badass women 
yarizui Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2014
omg sexy ass girl
xxAnimexChocolatexx Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2014
Please do Gilles de Rais! He is Saber's well-known comrade and the top serial killer of all time in history :D
Fist-of-doom Featured By Owner Mar 28, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
The most badass woman to ever live.
LemonxChanh Featured By Owner Feb 17, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
My heroine :) (Smile) 
pittbull44 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2014
Not bad
Petitspas Featured By Owner Dec 28, 2013
I died when seeing the title. Who in the hell translate names ? XD It's Jeanne d'Arc. Not...Joan of Arc. XD I'm surprised that, if you love her that much, you don't even know her real name. But I'm even more shocked there are people stupid enough to change a name for another (aka whatever you saw calling her...Joan...which, I have to point out, refers to Johan (a male name) and not even Jeanne, a correct "translation" would be Jane, all making that name...even more stupid.... 
SadeSquared Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2014
Ladies and gents: The asshole we were all waiting for. He just had to comment. I applaud you! :iconslowclapplz:

Of course you are right, "Jeanne D'Arc" IS the original name of the Virgin of Orléans. But did you ever consider that during that time it was quite normal to "translate" foreign names the best they could? And that in different cultures, they kept those translated names for generations to come until today? It is not an act of stupidity, but tradition, and many of them are conscious of the original name, but keep referring to these persons in their translated name as an act of respect (to not possibly pronounce the foreign name wrong).

These people have obviously much more respect for the foreign world than you had in your ignorant comment. Maybe you wouldn't have written such idiocy if you had received higher education, which you obviously didn't, so shut your arrogant (possibly nationalist) mouth.
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