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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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So, I found this great Roman DollMaker on Azalea's website, yes I said Roman, which is why the warrior princess of Rohan is wearing an ever so slightly scandalous dress.
Anyway, I'm going to make a bunch of LOTR/Silmarillion female characters/ocs, maybe

Eowyn, we all know her I hope but, sister of Eomer, niece of Theoden, princess of Rohan and later Ithilien when she marries Faramir

Credits- Azalea'sDolls, Tolkien
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The genealogy of the Ainur. The God-spirits of Middle-Earth.

Much of this information comes from the MERP expansion of the fandom by  Iron Crown Enterprises and Tolkien Enterprises.
Hope you like it.

The Ainur, or "Holy Ones," were the first beings created by Eru, the one God. According to the Elda tale known as the Ainulindalë, their spirits predated the creation of Ea, "The World that Is." They came into Existence in the very Beginning. Eru's thought gave birth to two groups of Ainur: the exalted Valar (Q. "Powers") and their lesser but more numerous brethren, the Maiar (Q. "Hands" or "Beautiful Ones"). Together, these immortal ser- vants form a community borne out of Eru's conception, a community entrusted with the both the making and guardianship of Arda, "the Place." (Endor, "Middle-earth," is the central continent in Arda.) Eru (who the Eldar call "Iluvatar") kindled the Ainur with the Flame Imperishable, the Secret Fire, giving the Holy Ones Being and Vision. After sending the Flame to burn at the heart of Ea, the One spoke to the Ainur. He imparted themes of music and the Ainur sang. They sang separately at first, but Eru eventually gathered them in the Timeless Halls and instilled in them a grand theme. This theme guided the Ainur into harmony and gave birth to the Great Music. The Ainu chorus sang the Great Music, and the pattern and being of all that exists was born. Ea—the World and the Heavens—grew out of the Song, as did Fate.
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The wife of Manwe and Queen of the Valar, also known as Elbereth Gilthoniel. She was said to be too beautiful for words and was the creator of the stars.

Credit: Tolkien, DollDivine, Azalea'sDolls
Version 2: [link]
link: [link]

Note: I'm sort of experimenting with the ValiŽ, I wanted a different look for them, and I love this Dollmaker, so let me know what you think!
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here's number 2, Lady Finduilas of Gondor, sister of Imrahil, Lord of Dol Amroth, wife of Denethor, and mother of Boromir and Faramir, though sadly she died before her time
I dressed her in blue mainly because she was a princess of Dol Amroth before she married Denethor, and Dol Amroth's colors are blue and silver/white

credit: Azalea'sDolls, Tolkien

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number 3, Lothiriel, Princess of Dol Amroth, daughter of Imrahil, sister of Elphir, Erchirion, and Amrothos, cousin of Faramir and Boromir, wife of Eomer, and mother of Elfwine

credit: Azalea's Dolls

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The wife of Aule, also known as Palurien, Ivon, and Cimir. Creator of fruits and nature.

Credit: Tolkien, DollDivine, Azalea'sDolls
Version 2: [link]
link: [link]

Note: I'm sort of experimenting with the ValiŽr, I wanted a different look for them, and I love this Dollmaker, so let me know what you think!
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Poster for KPK in art nouveau
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Arwen Undomiel, daughter of Elrond and Celebrian, sister of Elladan and Elrohir, wife of Aragorn, mother of Eldarion and several daughters
you'll notice she looks a lot like my version of Luthian, that's because Arwen was said to be Luthian's image, or Luthian reborn, also her life holds several parallels to Luthian's.

credit: Tolkien, Azalea'sDolls

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Gloredhel was the daughter of Hador and Gildis, the sister of Galdor and Gundor, the wife of Haldir, and the mother of Handir (the father of Brandir the lame). She died of grief shortly after learning of her husband's death at the Nirnaeth Arnoediad.

credit: Tolkien, Azalea'sDolls

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