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Dain Ironfoot, second cousin to Thorin Oakenshield and King under the Mountain after his death.

He died in battle when he was 252 years old, defending the body of his friend and ally, King Brand of Dale, before the gates of Erebor during the War of the Ring,

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Another card for FFG's Lord of the Rings card game, Boromir on his way to Rivendell.

As an almost full-blooded Numenorean he (and Faramir) had dark hair and fair eyes, I wonder why the hair color change in the movies (and Gandalf had dark eyes, not blue, too).
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While she surrenders to sleep...

Another card for Lord of the Rings LCG.

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Art Director: Zoe Robinson
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Another piece I painted for the Lord of the Rings LCG by Fantasy Flight Games. This one is included in the Khazad-dm de luxe expansion: [link]

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Environmental concept art
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Hey everyone! In honor of "The Hobbit" which will be coming out this Friday, here's some more work that I did last year for Fantasy Flight Games.

This is once again from their "Lord of the Rings The Card Game" and specifically their "The Hobbit: Over Hill and Under Hill" expansion. These two characters are Fili and Kili.

As you can tell, I've painted a lot of dwarves for them lol! By the way, if you're interested in the game here's a link:[link]
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Another card I painted for Fantasy Flight Games' Lord of the Rings LCG.
Gollum was my most daunting assignement to date, given how iconic and complex the character is.
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environment for ancient gods temple
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In continuing with this weeks theme honoring the upcoming movie "The Hobbit", here's some more work that I did last year for Fantasy Flight Games Lord of the Rings Game! Enjoy!

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The dusk fell. The emperor received an urgent news from the white hawk sent from the fronts. Is it the message of their victory? Or, is it the dreadful nightmare that he had feared the most?
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