Concept sketches for Green Elf adventuring mage gear and a few sword and dagger ideas.
The setting I'm worldbuilding where Green Elves exist is actually a kind of sci-fi/fantasy blend with magitech, and a (magically-assisted) tech level a bit past our own. Thus, while Green Elves once almost exclusively wore leaves, petals, and vines as clothing, modern Green Elf attire takes inspiration from these roots while working with textiles like cotton and hemp (no leathers or animal-based materials), in some cases reinforced with resinous saps and other plant substances to provide an alternative to hides and leathers for protection. They do also use metal for sword blades and some armor.
Also, unrelated to this particular sketchbook page, but something worth mentioning as long as I'm going to be sharing Green Elf stuff on this site: Elves as a whole (this includes Green Elves, Avian Elves, and all other subraces) in my setting are mono-sex. And by that I don't mean they're all female, because that really misses the point of a mono-sex race in my opinion. They don't even have a concept of sex or gender because their species doesn't have the kind of dimorphism that others do. That said, they do exhibit feminine primary and secondary sex characteristics (breasts, hips, etc) because they do give live birth to their young and they do breast feed them as well, as they are mammals, so if you want to think of them as an "all female" race I can't stop you, but trust me when I say that's missing the point.
They reproduce via a form of abiogenesis. A single elf can choose to be a parent all on their own, with no partner, which will produce a very genetically similar child. They can also take a sample of genetic material (this can be anything with cells--and therefore DNA--from the other parent-to-be; a hair, a drop of blood, a leaf from a green elf's head, a feather from an avian elf, etc) to increase the genetic variation of their child.
They are similar in some ways to the Asari of the Mass Effect series, but without the oversimplification of calling them an "all female" race, and without the--quite frankly--blatant catering to the fantasies of a presumed straight, cisgender male audience.
I also got some inspiration for them from the Sylvari from Guild Wars 2, who are a fairly fascinating race who are born sterile from a mother tree (and the only way for more sylvari to be born is from one of these trees, which grows sylvari in "seedpods"). I always felt Syvlari--while fascinating and amazing--were a big lost opportunity to explore what it would mean to be an inherently sexless race. Instead, they gave them physically dimorphic bodies in binarily gendered options for character creation, which I personally find rather disappointing.
When it comes to gender, the language of my elves has no gendered pronouns, gendered titles, words, etc. When interacting with races who do have these things, and learning their languages, elves tend to simply choose the pronouns that sound the prettiest to them. An elf may ask that they be called she, he, or they simply because they like the sound of one of them. That said, they tend to think gendered pronouns are kind of silly.