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J.R.R. Tolkien
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A Nude little skunk furry I felt like doing. She's supposed to be sitting on something, but I'll digitize something in for the colored version if I get around to it. Hope you like.
Censored her Hoo-Ha simply because I like never draw them so I still feel a bit weird about showing it.

Matured for Boobies :D

EDIT: Crap, forgot her ears! I'll ink them in then re scan and edit the picture a little later.

EDIT2: There!
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My attempt to make a wher; the site I frequent, Libertas Renatus, describes whers as having only two toes on each of their feet, so I modified it to reflect that, though I'm not sure if that is or isn't the case in the books. The torso looks wonky to me, but I don't think it's horrible for a first try. x3

Done in pencil, penned over and erased to remove pencil lines. June 3, 2010.
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"The one had leaves of dark green that beneath were as shining silver, and from each of his countless flowers a dew of silver light was ever falling, and the earth beneath was dappled with the shadows of his fluttering leaves. The other bore leaves of a young green like the new-opened beech; their edges were of glittering gold. Flowers swung upon her branches in clusters of yellow flame, formed each to a glowing horn that spilled a golden rain upon the ground; and from the blossom of that tree there came forth warmth and a great light. Telperion the one was called in Valinor.... ; but Laurelin the other was... and many names in song beside."

JRR Tolien Silmarillion
::O (Eek) f the Beginning of Days::
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From these trees were made the Silmarils, and upon their destruction, the last blossom of Telperion was made the Moon, and the fruit of Laurelin the Sun. One Silmaril cast upon Earendils crown, to set sail into the stars and to forever cast their light on the children of Iluvitar, the people of Middle Earth.
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Tolkien's world of Arda in the 1st Age. In this epoch, the Valar (Old Gods) still inhabited the same plane as their creations: elves, men, dwarves, and hobbits. Visible in the southern half of the globe is the sunken continent of Morenor, the Dark Lands [link]

For those in need of a map of Aman & the Undying Lands: [link]
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Tolkien's world of Arda in the 2nd Age of creation. In this epoch, the Valar have separated the hemispheres and made passage back to Aman possible only to the last of High Elves. The isle of Numenor and the Enchanted Isles were once a part of the same mega-continent, called Morenor: [link]
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Richard Armitage & Martin Freeman
portraits of Thorin Oakenshield and Bilbo Baggins from "The Hobbit" by Peter Jackson
prequel of LOTR
graphite and pastels pencils, then finished with watercolors
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This is an idea I may want to do for a tattoo and is the Art work for my potential business card idea.

Drew it up about 2 weeks ago and forgot about it, then finished the proper ball python look today and inked it. Hope people like.
I'm gonna try and get it colored in the next couple days since the business cards are due Thursday.

Description: A Royal (Ball) Python entwined in a swarm of Impala lilies, found in South Africa where The Royal Python's home is.
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Tolkien's world of Arda in the 3rd Age (The Age of Men). The High Elves finally return to Aman following the conclusion of the War of the Ring and the fall of Sauron. In this epoch, only the tallest mountain peak on Numenor is still above sea level. Numenor sank beneath the waves at the end of the 2nd Age: [link]
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