Birch tree -illustration by Brian Froud from ancient western folk lore researched by Alan Lee. Known as "the one with the white hand". If the hand touches ones head, it will leave a vivid wight mark & inflict madness, but if those long spindly fingers happen to touch ones heart, then that is the touch of death.
THIS IS AN EXAMPLE OF SOMEONE TAKING FROM FAMOUS BRIAN FROUD'S CHARACTER DESIGNS AND STEALING. ---------THUS THIS IS NOT CHARACTER DESIGNING. This could be a cool concept for boys? Instead of faeries, make them these gremlin-like things.
From "The Land of Froud" by Brian Froud The Goblin Ball: Ember Rule, Melbourne, Australia. En esta imagen podemos ver la influencia del Romanticismo en la fuerza, emoción, libertad e imaginación que expone la imagen. El romanticismo fue un rebelión contra las convenciones sociales.
Tinker Bell — possibly, the quintessential faery. As characterized by J. M. Barrie in Peter Pan, she exhibits so many traditional faery qualities: we first experience her as a small glow of pure light; her form is only visible when stationary; she is described as “still growing.” So, like all faeries, she is in a state of flux and transformation. She is dressed in a skeleton-leaf dress, indicating that she is not only connected to nature but also inner nature