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The way for Gondor by saramarconato The way for Gondor by saramarconato
From "Lord of the Rings-The Return of the King"
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yancur Featured By Owner Nov 27, 2015  Student Digital Artist
nice scene you did there! :)
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saramarconato Featured By Owner Nov 28, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'll never stop thanksgiving you for your kindness and support :) Well, I draw it one year ago, but only now I have decided to publish it :)
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yancur Featured By Owner Nov 29, 2015  Student Digital Artist
Oh common, that's what friends are here for! :)
Frozen- Sister hug

Im actually qiute a fan of LOTR :) The movies as well as the books. Though I didn't really like the Hobit 3 movies.. they werent' terrible but.. I don't know..
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saramarconato Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2015  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, usually I tend To prefer the book over The film, a prejudice right most of time. In LOTR director does a very good work, although forced to cut some scenes from the book (films would have been six hours long o.0). In the Hobbit he does the opposite. From a short and simple story a film too long with unnecessary characters and facts (For example, the love between Kili and Tauriel is deliberately copied from Arwen and Aragon, adding it is quite ridicoulous). Instead, special effects, costumes and landscapes are perfect. I mean,for like it you shouldn't consider The original book :D I'm glad you like LOTR, too :D
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yancur Featured By Owner Dec 3, 2015  Student Digital Artist
yep I agree!
I read both Hobbit and LOTR trilogy before seing the movies. And I think they could have made 6 LOTR movies and just 1 Hobbit :D

I try to see the Hobit movie trilogy as some completely different story :)
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