A sketch of what Galadriel looked like in my mind..before the LoTR movies came out that is.Then i saw Cate Blanchett's portrayal and concluded that she was Galadriel.But still,i've developed a fondness for that old interpretation i had and thought it deserved at least to be on paper for once..
So i need your opinion about this.Do you think i should do a whole scene (with her mirror and hopefully full background and stuff) or something like Mucha's art nouveau illustrations?
Let me know what you think would look better.pleeease..? :]
the character is,of course,JRR Tolkien's creation.
because i had nothing better to do... and i'm too lazy to work on anything important... i always feel guilty when i post dolls like this, but hey, they took ALL NIGHT.
but yeah, gaia-like dolls made on tektek.org of the gods of Arda. VERY "animefied": Melkor (Morgoth), the evil one that Sauron works for. Manwë, King of the Valar, and the god of Wind. Varda, lady of the stars. Aulë, the craftsman who created the dwarves. Yavanna, the giver of fruits. pretty much nature goddess. - Ulmo, god of the sea. Oromë, the huntsman, great rider. Vána, the ever-young, younger sister of Yavanna. Mandos, judge of the dead. (my favorite. gee, i wonder why. lol) Vairë, the weaver of tales. - Nienna, grieves for all of Arda. Lórien, master of dreams. Estë, healer and bringer of sleep. Tulkas, champion of Valinor. Nessa, the swift, the dancer.
yeah, i'm a little fangirly right now, even though i still haven't finished the Silmarillion :/. but it takes consentration to read of a book of that level, and consentration takes time, and time is a luxury i have had little of until now. but now, i'm not really in the mood to read the Silmarillion, because i just found out that the next book of the Deepgate Codex series is out and i want to read it so badly i cannot even function. like seriously, it's kinda sad... but yeah O.o';
Silmarillion characters belong JRR Tolkien. dolls made on tektek.org because i needed something to do.
*The slaves of the Nine Rings of Men and chief servants of Sauron.
*'Nazgūl' is Black Speech for 'Ringwraiths'.
*They were once kings, mortal Men, each given a Ring of Power by Sauron. For many centuries these Men used their Rings to fulfill their own desires, yet all were ruled by the One Ring made by Sauron. Though these chosen Men lived by the power of the Rings far beyond the span of ordinary mortals, their forms faded and they became wraiths; thralls that thought only of how they might serve their Ring Lord.
They spread terror in Middle-earth until the end of the Third Age when the One Ring was destroyed and both Sauron and all his servants ended forever.