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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.

Ungoliant demanding that Melkor feed her the simaril, Morgoth refusing to give it to her

Ungoliant demanding that Melkor feed her the simaril, Morgoth refusing to give it to her

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

Eärendil and the Battle of Eagles and Dragons - Ted Nasmith

Eärendil and the Battle of Eagles and Dragons - Ted Nasmith

Favorite Game of Thrones Art

Favorite Game of Thrones Art

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Last Sight of Hobbiton by Ted Nasmith // So his drawings don't always match up with my mental images, but they have such a strong sense of PLACE that, when they DO match up, or when he draws something I never even pictured, there's a strong, almost soul-wrenching sense of... well, home-sickness in a way. A longing for a place we've never been. A reaction Tolkien would be proud of, I think. (-SG)

Last Sight of Hobbiton by Ted Nasmith // So his drawings don't always match up with my mental images, but they have such a strong sense of PLACE that, when they DO match up, or when he draws something I never even pictured, there's a strong, almost soul-wrenching sense of... well, home-sickness in a way. A longing for a place we've never been. A reaction Tolkien would be proud of, I think. (-SG)

So it was that when summer waned, there came a night of moon, and Gwaihir the Windlord, swiftest of the Great Eagles, came unlooked-for to Orthanc; and he found me standing on the pinnacle. Then I spoke to him and he bore me away, before Saruman was ever aware.      “The Council of Elrond” - The Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R. Tolkien  Ted Nasmith

So it was that when summer waned, there came a night of moon, and Gwaihir the Windlord, swiftest of the Great Eagles, came unlooked-for to Orthanc; and he found me standing on the pinnacle. Then I spoke to him and he bore me away, before Saruman was ever aware. “The Council of Elrond” - The Fellowship of the Ring - J.R.R. Tolkien Ted Nasmith

The Middle Earth. Even though I know every single one of them...

The Middle Earth.

The Middle Earth. Even though I know every single one of them...

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