The Fellowship of the Ring by pxp

The Fellowship of the Ring

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Added: Dec 22, 2003
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'That morning they lit a fire in a deep hollow shrouded by great bushes of holly, and their supper-breakfast was merrier than it had been since they set out. They did not hurry to bed afterwards, for they expected to have all the night to sleep in, and they did not mean to go on again until the evening of the next day. Only Aragorn was silent and restless. After a while he left the Company and wandered on to the ridge; there he stood in the shadow of a tree, looking out southwards and westwards, with his head posed as if he was listening. Then he returned to the brink of the dell, and looked down at the others laughing and talking.'

JRR Tolkien: The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring: Book II, Chapter 3: The Ring Goes South

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pxp's picture

Again, thank you for the kind comment.

pxp's picture

Thank you very much indeed!

pxp's picture

Thanks for the comment. And yes, I agree with your criticism to some extent -- thank you for pointing it out to me.

pxp's picture

Thank you very much for the comment, Terry (may I just say that I've been a great admirer of your work for some time now). I appreciate it very much. I have to say, I'm not really a great fan of the movies -- they're too 'Hollywood' for me.

bcorbett67's picture

Very nice indeed Peter, you've done a great job on the composition.

Guest's picture

I'm an avid fan of the Lord of the Rings books... and your artwork is just amazing. Well Done!

Guest's picture

Yeah, I can really see a lot of hard work put into this, and I think it's great! What I think looks kinda akward though, is the edges of some of the characters...you know...it looks like a copy/paste job in a way, with the lights edges...

frodo's picture

Nice work! peter, I can see you worked hard on this...what did you think of the film?

Art at its best.