Kasiopea: Pick it up, Maitimo!
06.02.2014 - At last. It took ages to paint that….
A new work in ‘Feanorians’ gallery.
East of Dorthonion the marches of Beleriand were most open to attack, and only hills of no great height guarded the vale of Gelion from the north. In that region, upon the March of Maedhros and in the lands behind, dwelt the sons of Fëanor with many people; and their riders passed often over the vast northern plain, Lothlann the wide and empty, east of Ard-galen, lest Morgoth should attempt any sortie towards East Beleriand. The chief citadel of Maedhros was upon the Hill of Himring, the Ever-cold; and that was wide-shouldered, bare of trees, and flat upon its summit, surrounded by many lesser hills.
Geography of Beleriand: Himring is part of an occasional series aimed at making the Silmarillion chapter “Of Beleriand and Its Realms” more accessible.
Fangorn by AlasseaEarello
Middle Earth from Space! These brilliant people have created a series of images of Middle Earth if it was seen from space…or from Valinor, I suppose. Check them out: http://www.me-dem.me.uk/
Timelords, Hobbits and Me!
The Old Tree
Spring 2007 - December 2012
Coloured pencils on white drawing paper. A3
So there I was, organising my stash of drawing board when I stumbled over this ancient WIP and realised that it needed two more hours work at most and figured I might as well finish it. Took a bit longer than that, but I honestly don’t know why I left it lying around for so long.
Looks like it was meant to be an Ent? Yes, an Ent. Let’s go with that.
Fangorn & Fimbrethil
Indian ink on paper
Dördüncü Çağ’ın sonunda tüm entler sonsuz uykularına yatmış olsa da Ağaçsakal’ın günlerin sonuna dek Fangorn Ormanı’nın bekçiliğini yaptığı söylenir. Çünkü bu görev ona Yavanna tarafından verilmişti ve yalnız onun tarafından bitirilebilirdi.
Time-lapse screenshots from Treebeard’s Hill, looking out over Fangorn Forest.