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from left to right: Hel, Freyr, Heimdallr, Freyja, Baldr, Sif, Thor, Odin, Loki, Skadi, Njord, Idun, Tyr
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My stab at an illustration for a contest on a Polish art forum, themed "mythology". I chose Arabian, pre-Islamic myths.

Sheitan was a type of Djinn, a creature of great powers and capability, able to be conned into doing favors, but also malevolent and easily annoyed when the attempts of conmen failed.
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First officially released card from the upcoming Theros block. I really like this guy's mechanic, basically he parties SO HARD that he generates three mountains worth of mana, and then dies from the effort.

I was originally going to give him a much creepier smile but ended up toning it down a bit for the final, he's still got the slightly creepy, mischievous look going but he's a bit more conventionally handsome as well. Still not sure if I made the right choice.

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Here are some of the development drawings I did while working on the final image of :iconprodigal-gamer:'s hobbit OC, Primrose. Primrose For Prodigal-Gamer by Wrinki
Since I was so very late in submitting this commission, I added some colour to the concept sketches and thought I'd throw a little sort of profile sheet together. Hope you like!
(Character is © to :iconprodigal-gamer:. If you would like to re-post these images anywhere please contact him first, and be sure to link back to the original art, thanks!)
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He's my hero! 

Watercolours, gouache, coffe for background

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may the moon goddess bless everyone in Azoerth
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Húrin Thalion (pronounced [ˈhuːrin ˈθaliɔn]Sindarin for The Steadfast) was the elder son of Galdor the Tall of the House of Hador and Hareth of the Haladin, and he had a younger brother named Huor.

When the 
Union of Maedhros prepared to battle with Morgoth, Húrin feared little that they would be defeated. In 472, in the Nírnaeth Arnoediad, Húrin rode his horse Arroch, 'Noble horse',[1] to the battle and, leading the Folk of Hador, he fought alongside his brother, Huor. In the midst of battle he met Turgon again. When the battle was lost, Húrin and Huor took a stand fighting off the Orcs, allowing Turgon to escape. Huor and all the Men of Dor-lómin were slain, but Húrin fought with his battle-axe until his axe withered, he was buried under a mountain of slain Orcs and Trolls. Húrin was then bound alive by Gothmog Lord of Balrogs and brought captive to Angband.

end of Hurin by breathing2004
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OC Miza (c) :iconritusss:

A4 watercolor, liners, white ink, piece of lace.
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The island was brought up from the sea as a gift from the Valar to the Edain, the Fathers of Men who had stood with the Elves of Beleriand against Morgoth in the War of the Jewels. Númenor was meant to be a "rest after the war" for the Edain.[4] Early in the Second Age the greater part of those Edain that survived their defeat from Morgoth journeyed to the isle, sailing in ships provided and steered by the Elves. The migration took fifty years and brought 5,000 to 10,000 men, women and children.[5]

The realm was officially established in S.A. 32,[6][7] and Elros Half-elven, son of Eärendil, and brother of Elrond and descendant of all the royal houses of Elves and Edain, became the first King of Númenor. Under his rule, and those of his descendants, the Númenóreans rose to become a powerful people. The first ships sailed from Númenor to Middle-earth in the year 600 of the Second Age.

The Númenóreans were forbidden by the Valar from sailing so far westward that Númenor was no longer visible, for fear that they would come upon the Undying Lands, to which Men could not come. For a long time, Númenor remained friendly with the Elves, both of Eressëa and of Middle-earth, and between S.A. 1693-1700, they assisted Gil-galad in the War of the Elves and Sauron, which broke out after the forging of the Great Rings, in particular the One Ring. King Tar-Minastir and the forces of Númenor were without peer in war, and together with the Elves, they were able to temporarily defeat Sauron. Over time the Númenóreans became jealous of the Elves for their immortality, and began to resent the Ban of the Valar and to rebel against their authority, seeking the everlasting life that they believed was begrudged them. They tried to compensate for this by going eastward and colonizing large parts of Middle-earth, first in a friendly manner, but later as cruel tyrants. Soon the Númenóreans came to rule a great coastal empire that had no rival. Few (the "Faithful") remained loyal to the Valar and friendly to the Elves.

In the year 3255 of the Second Age, the 25th king, Ar-Pharazôn, sailed to Middle-earth and landed at Umbar. Seeing the might of Númenor, Sauron's armies fled and Sauron surrendered without a fight. He was brought back to Númenor as a prisoner but he soon became an advisor to the king and promised the Númenóreans eternal life if they worshipped Melkor. With Sauron as his advisor, Ar-Pharazôn had a 500-foot (150 m) tall temple to Melkor erected, in which he offered human sacrifices to Melkor (those selected to be sacrificed were Elendili, Númenóreans who were still faithful to the Elves).

During this time, the White Tree Nimloth, which stood before the King's House in Armenelos and whose fate was said to be tied to the line of kings, was chopped down and burned as a sacrifice to Melkor at Sauron's direction. Isildur, heroically and at great personal risk, rescued a fruit of the tree which became an ancestor of the White Tree of Gondor, preserving the ancient line of trees.

Prompted by Sauron and fearing old age and death, Ar-Pharazôn built a great armada and set sail into the West to make war upon the Valar and seize the Undying Lands, and by so doing achieve immortality. Sauron remained behind. This force was quoted by Tolkien as the 'greatest force ever assembled on Arda'. In the year 3319 of the Second Age, Ar-Pharazôn landed on the shores of Aman. As the Valar were forbidden to take direct action against Men, Manwë, chief of the Valar, called upon Eru. The Undying Lands were removed from the world forever, and the formerly flat Earth was made into a globe. Númenor was overwhelmed in the cataclysm and sank beneath the sea, killing its inhabitants, including the body of Sauron who was thereby robbed of his ability to assume fair and charming forms, forever appearing in the form of a Dark Lord thereafter.

Elendil, son of the leader of the Faithful during the reign of Ar-Pharazôn, his sons and his followers had foreseen the disaster that was to befall Númenor, and they had set sail in nine ships before the island fell. They landed in Middle-earth and founded the kingdoms of Arnor and Gondor.

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During the ensuing War of WrathBeleriand and much of the north of Middle-earth was destroyed and reshaped. In the end, Morgoth was utterly defeated, and his armies were almost entirely slaughtered. Thedragons were almost all destroyed, and Thangorodrim was shattered when Eärendil slew the greatest of dragons, Ancalagon the Black, who crashed upon it as he fell. The few remaining dragons were scattered, and the handful of surviving Balrogs hid themselves deep within the earth. Morgoth fled into the deepest pit and begged for pardon, but his feet were cut from under him, his crown was made into a collar, and he was chained once again with Angainor. The Valar exiled him permanently from the world, thrusting him through the Door of Night into the void, excluded from Arda until the prophesied Dagor Dagorath, when he would meet his final destruction. His evil remained, however, as "Arda Marred," and his will influenced all living creatures.
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Title: A Blossom for a King
Pairing: Thorin Oakenshield / Bilbo Baggins
Rated: PG
Disclaimer: I don’t own the character featured here, or the fanfic inspired by this. I don’t make a dime out of these.
Notes: Beta-ed by the lovely immoral_crow and haldane, they are BRILLIANT :D

Summary: Could a shy Hobbit court the King under the Mountain?
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SHERLOCK IS SO GOOD :iconraegplz: Why haven't I watched it before last week?!!11!!212094812

Also, if Martin Freeman was a superhero, he'd be TeddybearMan.
Fighting crime by being generally adorable and loving.
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Work it, Legolas.

This sprung from a conversation with ~AravisSilvertree about how movie Thranduil's mega-deer sets up a weird background for Legolas.

I like how the only times I draw movie Legolas is when I'm making fun of him.
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Typical Legolas:[link]
Typical Legolas Part 2:[link]
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OMG Did I seriously just turn a 5 second part of The Hobbit into a long ass comic? YES I DID!!

See?! It was all the moose's fault. Elves can't resist raves.

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100+ favs you guys :iconthefuckplz: DAYUM. Fan art, I will never underestimate you again.
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it's just something silly but it got so many notes on tumblr i figured i'd post it here too!

reblog on tumblr!
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Collaboration with Lorenzo Malo Marotti

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this little noise closes our eyes.




drip painting _ varnish, oil, acrylic.
speed painting: [link]



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everywhere, remember





There may be things you can't remember
but still they do exist within you, as a traumatic memory.



Black varnish and charcoal on canvas
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there are ghosts in the glass





varnish; 2m x 70cm
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A tattoo design commission I drew last year of the white rabbit from Alice in Wonderland
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What can I say. They're beautiful, the movie is incredibly funny and all sorts of banal things like these.
I had real fun painting them, and I hope it looks similar to the end credits.
For my best friend birthday (she gets all the good ones, the bitch), much deserved.
Oh and sorry everybody I'm not answering comments since ice age I'm a lazy butt sorrysorrysorrysorry
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For Sale On My Etsy: www.etsy.com/uk/listing/160606…

Just another rabbit sculpture!

I want to make fox kits ;^; :heart:
I will prolly make them once I am done with one big armature doll [better than anything else I did so far @w@] I am working on!
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Chasing the clock... how do you know when you've caught up with time exactly? This art doll sculpture is a resin rabbit skull sculpted, molded and cast by me, real rabbit fur, and one of a kind sculpted paws, feet and spine. ball and chain clock.
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Was inspired by Collide – White Rabbit (Resident Evil Extinction soundtrack)
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more cute rabbits by LiLaiRa
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beauty is only skin deep.....
I think the human body is an amazing thing, I really love the skeleton..but the rib cage is hard to draw.

lol don't you love the radioactive skeleton?
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For more information... please, visit my website pardoart.com

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Commission for :iconvalong:
Flamewar, Starscream, Skywarp and Thundercracker from Transformers in human form.
Costume design of the Seekers by :iconberiuos: Seekers Squadron Logo by :iconhobbitpunk:

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Happy Halloween Everybody :)

After the amazing response I had to my Superhero kids I have decided I will be doing another series but this time encompassing all characters of the geek kind. So keep an eye out for Doctor Who Kid, Robo Kid, He-Kid, Marty McKid, Mario Kid, Gandalf Kid and Master Chief Kid to name just a few. They will be slightly different than the Superhero Kids though, as I aim to do slightly different backgrounds ( mainly colours ) for each character. There is a very big list I will be working from so I won't be taking requests as I have probably got it on my list haha :D

Anyway thanks for looking :D
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... is probably not in his capable hands :(

bit of fun- needed a break from work and freelance for an hour or two hours
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Original painting by Rafal Wechterowich
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Cartoon sleeve finally done. Wellcome aboard Mr. Bender.thanx to my man My Reality for patience
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The documentary Drew Struzan:The Man Behind the Poster is showing on Netflix right now and it got me on a Struzan kick so I drew this up completely traditionally using Prismacolor pencil and a little white ink on a 17X25" piece of Strathmore tonal paper. Sometimes I see a technique by another artist and I just have to try out out myself to see if I can do it.

hope you dig!
-Mark

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:bulletblue: Curly furry-ball 8-)

The Eyes by ZoranPhotoBe quick or be wet by ZoranPhotoOh no, it's a ghost! by ZoranPhoto

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Don't be afraid, monsters. Photoshop 2012

Don't judge at first sight, even monsters can be afraid of you and willing to be your friend! :)
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Thranduil first appears in The Hobbit as the Elvenking, when Bilbo and the Dwarves enter his realm in the northern part of Mirkwood. The Dwarves are captured by Thranduil's guards and locked in his dungeons when they refuse to divulge their intentions. The Dwarves were rescued by Bilbo, who had remained in hiding with his use of a magic ring of invisibility.
After the death of the dragon Smaug, Thranduil along with the people of Lake-town demanded a share of the treasure of Erebor. War with the Dwarves was averted by the arrival of a goblin/warg army and the ensuing battle.
Thranduil was the father of Legolas Greenleaf, Thranduil withstood attacks by Sauron during northern battles of the War of the Ring, meeting with Celeborn and his people to together destroy Dol Guldur and cleanse Mirkwood of Sauron's taint of evil. Also, Legolas and the Silvan Elves later worked together with Gimli and the Dwarves to rebuild and improve Minas Tirith, capital city of Gondor, the realm of their mutual friend Aragorn. The last time Thranduil was mentioned was soon after Sauron's final defeat.

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The first sources of light for all of Arda were two enormous Lamps: Illuin, the silver one to the north and Ormal, the golden one to the south. These were cast down and destroyed by Melkor. Afterward, the Valar went to Valinor, and Yavanna sang into existence the Two Trees, silver Telperion and golden Laurelin shedding light comparable to moon and sun. Telperion was referred to as male and Laurelin female. The Trees sat on the hill Ezellohar located outside Valimar. They grew in the presence of all of the Valar, watered by the tears of Nienna.
Each tree was a source of light: Telperion's silver and Laurelin's gold. Telperion had dark leaves (silver on one side) and his silvery dew was collected as a source of water and of light. Laurelin had pale green leaves trimmed with gold, and her dew was likewise collected by Varda.
One "day" lasted twelve hours. Each Tree, in turn, would give off light for seven hours (waxing to full brightness and then slowly waning again), so that at one hour each of "dawn" and "dusk" soft gold and silver light would be given off together.
Jealous Melkor, later named Morgoth by FŽanor, enlisted the help of the giant spider-creature Ungoliant (the first great spider, ancestor of Shelob, and possibly a fallen Maia) to destroy the Two Trees. Concealed in a cloud of darkness, Melkor struck each Tree and the insatiable Ungoliant devoured whatever life and light remained in them.
Again Yavanna sang and Nienna wept, but they succeeded only in reviving Telperion's last flower (to become the Moon) and Laurelin's last fruit (to become the Sun). These were assigned to lesser spirits, male Tilion and female Arien, after the 'genders' of the Trees themselves. This is why, in The Lord of the Rings, the Sun is usually referred to as "she" and the moon as "he".
However the true light of the Trees, before their poisoning by Ungoliant, was said to now reside only in the three Silmarils, created by FŽanor the most gifted of the Elves.

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The forces of Saruman, common Orcs and Uruk-hai, along with some orc-human hybrids (called "half-orcs and goblin-men" — which may have referred to or included the Uruk-hai themselves) and human Dunlendings, arrived at the valley of Helm's Deep in the middle of the night during a storm. Meanwhile, Legolas the Elf and Gimli the Dwarf agreed to compete, to see which one could kill the most orcs.
The attackers quickly scaled over the first defence, Helm's Dike, forcing the defenders there to fall back to the fortress. When the Orcs were close, the defenders drove them back with arrows and stones, but they managed to get close to the wall after multiple charges. They attempted to break down the gate with a battering ram, but a sortie led by Aragorn and Éomer scattered the forces.
The Orcs and Dunlendings then raised hundreds of ladders to scale the wall. Aragorn and Éomer repeatedly motivated the tired defenders to repel the Orcs coming up the ladders. However, some Orcs had crept in through a culvert which let a stream out of Helm's Deep, and while the defenders were busy with the assault on the wall, they were suddenly attacked from behind. This was repulsed and the culvert was blocked up under Gimli's supervision.
However, the enemies re-entered the culvert and blasted a wide hole in the wall using an ambiguous explosive device invented by Saruman, a "blasting-fire". The defenders then retreated to the Glittering Caves, Éomer and Gimli among them.
Soon Saruman's forces broke through the gate and gained entrance to the fortress. At this moment, however, the horn of King Helm was sounded, and a cavalry charge led by Théoden and Aragorn rode forth, followed by all the Rohirrim left inside. They cut their way through the Orcs and drove them back from the fortress walls.
Both armies then noticed that strange forest had suddenly sprung up (actually the arrival of many Huorns) which blocked the escape route for the Orcs. Then Gandalf arrived on Shadowfax, with Erkenbrand and a thousand infantry — the remaining strength of the Rohirrim that had been routed at the Fords of Isen. They charged into the fray. The Dunlendings were so terrified of Gandalf that most of them dropped their weapons. The surviving Orcs fled into the "forest" of Huorns, where they were completely annihilated.
After the battle, those Dunlendings who surrendered were given amnesty by Erkenbrand and allowed to return home (much to their surprise, since Saruman had told them that the men of Rohan would burn all survivors alive). The Rohirrim required that all hostilities cease, and that the Dunlendings retreat behind the River Isen again and never recross while bearing arms. Before they were freed, though, the Dunlending captives were put to work in repairing the fortress.
Among the Rohirrim dead was Háma, captain of Théoden's personal guard and doorward of his hall (he plays a significant role in the previous chapter, "The King of the Golden Hall"). Háma had fallen defending the gate and the Orcs had hewed his body after he died, an atrocity that Théoden did not forget during the upcoming parley with Saruman. Gimli was wounded, but had killed 42 to Legolas' 41.
The "forest" of Huorns had disappeared the next morning, and the Orcs had been buried in an earthen-works hill known as "Death's Down".

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In the fiction of J. R. R. Tolkien, the Wizards of Middle-earth are a group of beings outwardly resembling Men but possessing much greater physical and mental power. They are also called the Istari (Quenya for "Wise Ones") by the Elves. The Sindarin word is Ithryn (sing. Ithron). They were sent by the Valar to assist the peoples of Middle-earth to contest Sauron.
The wizards were Maiar, spirits of the same order as the Valar, but lesser in power. The first three were known in the Mannish tongues as Saruman "man of skill" (Rohirric), Gandalf "elf of the staff" (northern Men), and Radagast "tender of beasts" (possibly Westron). Tolkien never gave non-Elvish names for the other two; one tradition gives their names in Valinor as Alatar and Pallando, and another as Morinehtar and Rómestámo in Middle-earth. Each wizard had robes of a characteristic colour: white for Saruman (the chief and the most powerful of the five), grey for Gandalf, brown for Radagast, and sea-blue for Alatar and Pallando (known consequently as the Blue Wizards). Gandalf and Saruman both play important roles in The Lord of the Rings, while Radagast appears only briefly. Alatar and Pallando do not feature in the story, as they journeyed far into the east after their arrival in Middle-earth.
Tolkien gives multiple names for all of them. In Quenya Saruman was Curumo ("skillful one"), Gandalf was Olórin ("dreaming" or "dreamer"); and Radagast was Aiwendil ("friend of birds"). The Quenya names Morinehtar ("darkness-slayer") and Rómestámo ("east-helper") are given for Alatar and Pallando, though it is not clear which name goes with which wizard. Other names are noted in individual articles.
As the Istari were Maiar, each one served a Vala in some way. Saruman, or Curumo, was the servant and helper of Aulë, and so learned much in the art of craftsmanship, mechanics, and metal-working, as was seen in the later Third Age. Gandalf was the servant of Manwë or Varda, but was a lover of the Gardens of Lórien, and so knew much of the hopes and dreams of Men and Elves.Radagast, servant of Yavanna, loved the things of nature, both Kelvar and Olvar. As each of these Istari learned from their Vala, so they acted in Middle-earth.
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There Melian came, the Lady grey,
and dark and long her tresses lay,
beneath her silver girdle seat
and down unto her silver feet.
She is a Maia of the race of the Ainur, akin to Yavanna. Before the First Age, in the Years of the Trees, she left the gardens of Lórien and went to Middle-earth, and there she fell in love with the Elven-king Elu Thingol, King Greymantle, and with him ruled the kingdom of Doriath. She had a child with Thingol, a daughter named Lúthien, said to be the fairest and most beautiful of all the Children of Ilúvatar. Melian's line of descent is the half-elven and Kings of Númenor.

Thingol encountered Melian in the woods of Nan Elmoth and fell under Melian's enchantment of love for long, long years. As a result of his absence a portion of his followers stayed behind to search for him; the rest continued on to Valinor.Melian and Thingol thereafter founded the kingdom of Doriath in Middle-earth. Their daughter Lúthien Tinúviel married the Man Beren. As a result Melian's Maian blood passed to both Elves and Men.

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