Heavy metal art women are some of my favorite drawings. I have been reading the magazine for at least a decade and was lucky to stumble upon an old comic store selling hundreds of the mags for pennies a pop
Female viking warriors were some of the first to fight there way into the history books. While the viking males are off pillaging and raping foreigners. The housewives were forced to stay home and defend the property from outside threats
fantasy art warrior women have been frolicking in the minds of men for ages. Something about a woman strapping on weapons and braving the amazons cutting down any enemy in their path is erotic to say the least
fantasy warrior woman with dual assault rifles and the bare minimum of armor for the viewers pleasure. Not sure how effective it would be in real combat
Bloody lingerie and a massive skull on this female warriors head are both intimidating and sexy at the same time. A combo unseen till now
This sexy female warrior, created by one of the many heavy metal magazine illustrators, is the first in a series titled: Amazon warriors women. The series features a beautifully drawn cast of females all deadlier then the next who frolic through the amazons treacherous jungles battling forces of evil
A break from the illustrated woman above is a warrior women fantasy art muse. One who poses in different positions to inspire the artist and help fuel creativity
Fantasy warrior women are often depicted with exaggerated features and minimized armor. Tattoos, scars and blood stains change an ordinary girl into a menacing creation that intrigues and intimidates. Dark scenery and filthy torn garments only accentuate the milky white and smooth skin leaving a small trace of femininity that separates a sexy Aztec warrior princess from a mean butch that could easily pass for a lesbian.
Female warriors exist throughout history, Joan of Arc and Jeanne Hachette come to mind, and still they maintain feminine traits by raising families and doing motherly deeds. To find more pictures female warriors throughout history check out Wikipedia's list of famous female warriors
The above Aztec warrior princess is one of Heavy metal magazines most prized creations. She is the star of the ongoing series and has hacked and sliced through many a worthy foe. I would love to see a full movie created based on this fantasy art female warrior
the native warrior above is a creation from one of the many artists who showcase their artwork on Deviant Art - fantasy art section. No where on the net, that I have found, holds a larger collection of amazing works created by some of the greatest illustrators alive.
Sept 2004's issue of Heavy Metal Magazine, the adult illustrated fantasy magazine's cover artwork is brilliant. From the great color selection to the very fine detail in all of this warriors weapons and armor this is truly a masterpiece.