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Fire on Weathertop by Ted Nasmith. I love this for it shows a close-up of a scene we, Frodo, and Aragorn only saw at a distance.

Fire on Weathertop by Ted Nasmith. I love this for it shows a close-up of a scene we, Frodo, and Aragorn only saw at a distance.

{♔} Sauron was become now a sorcerer of dreadful power, master of shadows and of phantoms, foul in wisdom, cruel in strength, misshaping what he touched, twisting what he ruled, lord of werewolves; his dominion was torment.  - The Silmarillion, Of the Ruin of Beleriand and the Fall of Fingolfin

{♔} Sauron was become now a sorcerer of dreadful power, master of shadows and of phantoms, foul in wisdom, cruel in strength, misshaping what he touched, twisting what he ruled, lord of werewolves; his dominion was torment. - The Silmarillion, Of the Ruin of Beleriand and the Fall of Fingolfin

Gandalf meets Gostir (speedpaint 1h30) by AnatoFinnstark on DeviantArt

Gandalf meets Gostir (speedpaint 1h30) by AnatoFinnstark on DeviantArt

Blogging about The History of The Lord of the Rings: The Passage of the Marshes - As if the Dead Marshes were not horrible enough already, Tolkien envisioned another terrible aspect of it that thankfully he later abandoned. “In some of the pools if you looked in you saw your own face all green and dead … Continue reading →

Blogging about The History of The Lord of the Rings: The Passage of the Marshes - As if the Dead Marshes were not horrible enough already, Tolkien envisioned another terrible aspect of it that thankfully he later abandoned. “In some of the pools if you looked in you saw your own face all green and dead … Continue reading →

Fingolfin's Wrath.    "His hopeless challenge dauntless cried  Fingolfin there: "Come, open wide,  dark king, your ghastly brazen doors!  Come forth, whom earth and heaven abhors!  Come forth, O monstrous craven lord,  and fight with thine own hand and sword,  thou wielder of hosts of banded thralls,  thou tyrant leaguered with strong walls,  thou foe of Gods and elvish race!  I wait thee here. Come! Show thy face!"   http://www.tednasmith.com/silmarillion/TN-Fingolfins_Wrath.jpg

Fingolfin's Wrath. "His hopeless challenge dauntless cried Fingolfin there: "Come, open wide, dark king, your ghastly brazen doors! Come forth, whom earth and heaven abhors! Come forth, O monstrous craven lord, and fight with thine own hand and sword, thou wielder of hosts of banded thralls, thou tyrant leaguered with strong walls, thou foe of Gods and elvish race! I wait thee here. Come! Show thy face!" http://www.tednasmith.com/silmarillion/TN-Fingolfins_Wrath.jpg

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