Good one, although I think you made Tauriel a little too masculine-looking. It actually reminded me of this scene from the Extended Release of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey where Fili is digging one of the elf maids at Rivendell-only to discover that the elf maid is question is actually male.
You're an incredible artist to be sure, and I think I've faved your entire gallery. But there's one thing I don't understand that I see a lot on art sites: sometimes when the artist is not a native English speaker, s/he will draw unbelievable, amazing art and then add English text without having a native English speaker proof it for grammar or spelling. Why do so many wonderful artists do this? Having elementary mistakes in the English can take away from the overall quality of the art and it's such a shame when the art is of the highest caliber but the English hasn't even been proofed. I totally do not mean for this comment to sound arrogant, I just happen to be a native English speaker but I would make horrible mistakes in any other language. If I were to put up a comic in, for example, German, I would definitely have a native German speaker proof my lines before putting it up.
THIS is exactly how I imagine Kili and Tauriel's 'relationship' (if it can be called that) in the movie ) Kili can't have anything serious with Tauriel, can he? And yeah I'm a Kili fangirl but... yeah no point spamming.