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Minimalistic book cover/film poster for The Hobbit.

Smaug art is by J.R.R. Tolkien. Rest is by me. Texture is from [link]
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the cover design for chinese version <way of kings> volume I (writer:Brandon Sanderson)
and now in published by Chongqin University Publishing.but the design of the title has changed.but i like mine much~
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Where one does not simply walk in!

Available from RedBubble

*Edit* 24/05/13

WOW!! Thank you for the DD guys!! And a massive thank you to ~Lally-Hime for suggesting this a DD :-)

If you would like to see this as a screen printed t-shirt please consider dropping by Qwertee and voting
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COMMENTS AND LLAMAS APPRECIATED!
ENJOY!

REBLOG IT ON MY TUMBLR HERE!

OTHER VERSIONS:
The Two Towers
The Return of the King




Sources:
Sky

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Utulië'n aurë! Auta i lómë! Aurë entuluva!
"The night is passing! The day has come! Day will come again!"


(Elvish battle cry in the Nirnaeth Arnoediad. Before the battle, Fingon cried out ‘Auta i lómë!’, to which the warriors responded ‘Utulië’n aurë!’. When Turgon made his retreat, the Men under Húrin’s command held the rearguard. Turgon’s last sight of Húrin was of the Man surrounded by a pile of dead orcs shouting ‘Aurë entuluva!’)

This is a hand-painted t-shirt, as a contest price for :iconladyelleth: whose picture

placed 1st in the "Between the lines" contest of :iconthelotrclub:, :iconelves-of-tolkien: and :iconarda-inspired:.
The credit for the idea goes to *LadyElleth. Only the sword is my idea, and the elf in the design is supposed to be Fingon. The tengwar transcription of the quote was also provided by her.
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TheOneRing.net launch the Tolkien Themed Cover Photos, so here is one

Website : [link]
Tumblr : [link]
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November 3rd "Baggins's nine" will be available at Riptapparel.com
Also available as shirt and posters at Redbubble: [link]
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New Hobbit button badges! nab some cause i know you're as excited as i am for the movie this year x3 x3

get dem at my store here -->[link]

Neat little set of Bilbo, Gandalf, Smaug and Gollum


Thanks so much guys x3
-shazy
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When maybe a thousand years had passed, and the first shadow had fallen on Greenwood the Great, the Istari or Wizards appeared in Middle-earth. It was afterwards said that they came out of the far West and were messengers sent to contest the power of Sauron, and to unite all those who had the will to resist him; but they were forbidden to match his power with power, or to seek to dominate Elves or Men by force and fear.
They came therefore in the shape of Men, though they were never young and aged only slowly, and they had many powers of mind and hand. They revealed their true names to few,' but used such names as were given to them. The two highest of this order (of whom it is said there were five) were called by the Eldar Curunír, 'the Man of Skill', and Mithrandir, 'the Grey Pilgrim', but by Men in the North Saruman and Gandalf. Curunír journeyed often into the East, but dwelt at last in Isengard. Mithrandir was closest in friendship with the Eldar, and wandered mostly in the West and never made for himself any lasting abode.
(LOTR Appendix B)

Chief among them were those whom the Elves called Mithrandir and Curunír, but Men in the North named Gandalf and Saruman. Of these Curunír was the eldest and came first, and after him came Mithrandir and Radagast, and others of the Istari who went into the east of Middle-earth, and do not come into these tales. Radagast was the friend of all beasts and birds; but Curunír went most among Men, and he was subtle in speech and skilled in all the devices of smith-craft. Mithrandir was closest in counsel with Elrond and the Elves. He wandered far in the North and West and made never in any land any lasting abode; but Curunír journeyed into the East, and when he returned he dwelt at Orthanc in the Ring of Isengard, which the Númenóreans made in the days of their power.
(Silmarillion: Of the Rings of Power)


'What success [Alatar and Pallando] had I do not know; but I fear they failed, as Saruman did, though doubtless in different ways; and I suspect they were the founders or beginners of secret cults and 'magic' traditions that outlasted the fall of Sauron.' (The Letters of J.R.R. Tolkien, No. 211).

playing with looks with the Game of Thrones game.

l-r: Alatar, Olorin (Gandalf), Curumo (Saruman), Aiwendil (Radagast) and Pallando

game by: :icondolldivine:
Silmarillion by: JRR Tolkien
pic by: me
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