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~
Another rare environment piece of mine, done for Caras Galadon. This was my interpretation of Galadriel's courtroom from the exterior, which was described as a giant mallorn tree in the middle of a clearing supporting many flets, reachable only by ladder.
[This is a screenshot taken in The Lord of the Rings Online on Laurelin: the Tolkienesque server of the game]
The house of the Eldest and Fatherless at night
[...] and there, still high above them on a further slope, they saw the twinkling lights of a house. Down again the path went, and then up again, up a long smooth hillside of turf, towards the light. Suddenly a wide yellow beam flowed out brightly from a door that was opened. There was Tom Bombadil's house before them, up, down, under hill. Behind it a steep shoulder of the land lay grey and bare, and beyond that the dark shapes of the Barrow-downs stalked away into the eastern night. ~ The Old Forest - FotR
Have you ever wished to see the magical, mythical world of J.R.R. Tolkien; to walk along the paths of the land where the Little Folk dwell and join their mirth, to behold the kingdoms under the Mountains and there meet the Masters of Stone, to ride across the green and rich fields where the Horse-lords are and hear their songs, to fall into an enchantment by the beauty of the remaining havens of the Firstborn and see the wondrous fair folk that still linger on there-and many more wonders and places and known characters from the legendary novel of the professor? Then hearken to the call and let your desire come true and the fire of your enthusiasm for the Middle-earth legendarium be rekindled! Come and be among many fans: Middle-earth writers, musicians, roleplayers, artists and even scholars and linguists.
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