[identity profile] engarian.livejournal.com
I warned you that I would be late with my contribution for the January art challenge.  But I finally had some time to get this done.  

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[identity profile] engarian.livejournal.com
I warned you that I would be late with my contribution for the January art challenge.  But I finally had some time to get this done.  

Read more... )
[identity profile] engarian.livejournal.com
I warned you that I would be late with my contribution for the January art challenge.  But I finally had some time to get this done.  

Read more... )
[identity profile] engarian.livejournal.com
I warned you that I would be late with my contribution for the January art challenge.  But I finally had some time to get this done.  

Read more... )
dreamflower: (LOTR Challenges 5 by judy)
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We are pleased to announce that in our very first ever Art Challenge, we have had eleven entries so far!

Artists were to choose a favorite passage from Tolkien's work to illustrate. Any media is allowed.

Here are the results:

Art: Crickhollow at Twilight by Dreamflower
Art: The Sun-maiden's raiment by Rhapsody the Bard"
Art: Tilion's Chase by Rhapsody the Bard
Art: Rauros by Elleth
Art: Arrival by Bethann
Art: Writing to Absent Friends by Bethann
Art: Letters from Home by Bethann
Art: Troth by Nath
Art: Minas Tirith by Ellynn Ithilwen
Art: Sauron and Huan by Huinárë
Art: I Espy with My Great Eye by pandemonium_213
Art: Deep in the Forest by Linda Hoyland

Artists, thank you so much for taking part in this first challenge! We had such a good response that we will now be having art challenges every other month. And remember, we always take late entries!

We hope that everyone will go and see the work of our talented artists! And next month the art entries will be used as the prompts for our monthly fic challenge!
dreamflower: (LOTR Challenges 5 by judy)
[personal profile] dreamflower
We are pleased to announce that in our very first ever Art Challenge, we have had eleven entries so far!

Artists were to choose a favorite passage from Tolkien's work to illustrate. Any media is allowed.

Here are the results:

Art: Crickhollow at Twilight by Dreamflower
Art: The Sun-maiden's raiment by Rhapsody the Bard"
Art: Tilion's Chase by Rhapsody the Bard
Art: Rauros by Elleth
Art: Arrival by Bethann
Art: Writing to Absent Friends by Bethann
Art: Letters from Home by Bethann
Art: Troth by Nath
Art: Minas Tirith by Ellynn Ithilwen
Art: Sauron and Huan by Huinárë
Art: I Espy with My Great Eye by pandemonium_213
Art: Deep in the Forest by Linda Hoyland

Artists, thank you so much for taking part in this first challenge! We had such a good response that we will now be having art challenges every other month. And remember, we always take late entries!

We hope that everyone will go and see the work of our talented artists! And next month the art entries will be used as the prompts for our monthly fic challenge!
dreamflower: (LOTR Challenges 5 by judy)
[personal profile] dreamflower
We are pleased to announce that in our very first ever Art Challenge, we have had eleven entries so far!

Artists were to choose a favorite passage from Tolkien's work to illustrate. Any media is allowed.

Here are the results:

Art: Crickhollow at Twilight by Dreamflower
Art: The Sun-maiden's raiment by Rhapsody the Bard"
Art: Tilion's Chase by Rhapsody the Bard
Art: Rauros by Elleth
Art: Arrival by Bethann
Art: Writing to Absent Friends by Bethann
Art: Letters from Home by Bethann
Art: Troth by Nath
Art: Minas Tirith by Ellynn Ithilwen
Art: Sauron and Huan by Huinárë
Art: I Espy with My Great Eye by pandemonium_213
Art: Deep in the Forest by Linda Hoyland

Artists, thank you so much for taking part in this first challenge! We had such a good response that we will now be having art challenges every other month. And remember, we always take late entries!

We hope that everyone will go and see the work of our talented artists! And next month the art entries will be used as the prompts for our monthly fic challenge!
dreamflower: (LOTR Challenges 5 by judy)
[personal profile] dreamflower
We are pleased to announce that in our very first ever Art Challenge, we have had eleven entries so far!

Artists were to choose a favorite passage from Tolkien's work to illustrate. Any media is allowed.

Here are the results:

Art: Crickhollow at Twilight by Dreamflower
Art: The Sun-maiden's raiment by Rhapsody the Bard"
Art: Tilion's Chase by Rhapsody the Bard
Art: Rauros by Elleth
Art: Arrival by Bethann
Art: Writing to Absent Friends by Bethann
Art: Letters from Home by Bethann
Art: Troth by Nath
Art: Minas Tirith by Ellynn Ithilwen
Art: Sauron and Huan by Huinárë
Art: I Espy with My Great Eye by pandemonium_213
Art: Deep in the Forest by Linda Hoyland

Artists, thank you so much for taking part in this first challenge! We had such a good response that we will now be having art challenges every other month. And remember, we always take late entries!

We hope that everyone will go and see the work of our talented artists! And next month the art entries will be used as the prompts for our monthly fic challenge!
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[personal profile] dreamflower

Artist: Dreamflower
Title: "Crickhollow at Twilight"
Rating: G
Inspiration "As a matter of fact, he had already chosen and bought a little house at Crickhollow in the country beyond Bucklebury. To all but Sam, he pretended he was going to settle there permanently. The decision to set out eastwards had suggested the idea to him; for Buckland was on the eastern borders of the Shire, and as he had lived there in childhood, his going back would at least seem credible." (FotR, Book I, Chapter III, "Three is Company")
Media: Acrylic paint on 9X12 acrylic paper
Artist's Notes: I've always loved the idea of Crickhollow, so this seemed the perfect chance to attempt a picture of it.
"Crickhollow at Twilight"Read more... )
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
[personal profile] dreamflower

Artist: Dreamflower
Title: "Crickhollow at Twilight"
Rating: G
Inspiration "As a matter of fact, he had already chosen and bought a little house at Crickhollow in the country beyond Bucklebury. To all but Sam, he pretended he was going to settle there permanently. The decision to set out eastwards had suggested the idea to him; for Buckland was on the eastern borders of the Shire, and as he had lived there in childhood, his going back would at least seem credible." (FotR, Book I, Chapter III, "Three is Company")
Media: Acrylic paint on 9X12 acrylic paper
Artist's Notes: I've always loved the idea of Crickhollow, so this seemed the perfect chance to attempt a picture of it.
"Crickhollow at Twilight"Read more... )
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
[personal profile] dreamflower

Artist: Dreamflower
Title: "Crickhollow at Twilight"
Rating: G
Inspiration "As a matter of fact, he had already chosen and bought a little house at Crickhollow in the country beyond Bucklebury. To all but Sam, he pretended he was going to settle there permanently. The decision to set out eastwards had suggested the idea to him; for Buckland was on the eastern borders of the Shire, and as he had lived there in childhood, his going back would at least seem credible." (FotR, Book I, Chapter III, "Three is Company")
Media: Acrylic paint on 9X12 acrylic paper
Artist's Notes: I've always loved the idea of Crickhollow, so this seemed the perfect chance to attempt a picture of it.
"Crickhollow at Twilight"Read more... )
dreamflower: gandalf at bag end (Default)
[personal profile] dreamflower

Artist: Dreamflower
Title: "Crickhollow at Twilight"
Rating: G
Inspiration "As a matter of fact, he had already chosen and bought a little house at Crickhollow in the country beyond Bucklebury. To all but Sam, he pretended he was going to settle there permanently. The decision to set out eastwards had suggested the idea to him; for Buckland was on the eastern borders of the Shire, and as he had lived there in childhood, his going back would at least seem credible." (FotR, Book I, Chapter III, "Three is Company")
Media: Acrylic paint on 9X12 acrylic paper
Artist's Notes: I've always loved the idea of Crickhollow, so this seemed the perfect chance to attempt a picture of it.
"Crickhollow at Twilight"Read more... )
[identity profile] ellynn-ithilwen.livejournal.com
Artist: Ellynn Ithilwen
Title: Minas Tirith
Rating: G
Inspiration #1: "Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? White tower of Ecthelion, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home by the clear ringing of silver trumpets?" (Movie version, FotR movie; Boromir-version)
Inspiration #2: "Then Pippin cried aloud, for the Tower of Ecthelion, standing high within the topmost wall, shone out against the sky, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver, tall and fair and shapely, and its pinnacle glittered as if it were wrought of crystals; and white banners broke and fluttered from the battlements in the morning breeze, and high and far he heard a clear ringing as of silver trumpets." (Book version, RotK, Chapter 1; Pippin-version)
Media: photoshop manipulation
Notes: I love this picture of Minas Tirith and Boromir's words from FotR movie; since there is a similar quote in the book, too, I just couldn't resist making both versions. :) I made both of them in three sizes; the smallest is put in the post as the normal picture, while the other two are only as links, because of the width of the page. ;)



Pictures under the cut )
[identity profile] ellynn-ithilwen.livejournal.com
Artist: Ellynn Ithilwen
Title: Minas Tirith
Rating: G
Inspiration #1: "Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? White tower of Ecthelion, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home by the clear ringing of silver trumpets?" (Movie version, FotR movie; Boromir-version)
Inspiration #2: "Then Pippin cried aloud, for the Tower of Ecthelion, standing high within the topmost wall, shone out against the sky, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver, tall and fair and shapely, and its pinnacle glittered as if it were wrought of crystals; and white banners broke and fluttered from the battlements in the morning breeze, and high and far he heard a clear ringing as of silver trumpets." (Book version, RotK, Chapter 1; Pippin-version)
Media: photoshop manipulation
Notes: I love this picture of Minas Tirith and Boromir's words from FotR movie; since there is a similar quote in the book, too, I just couldn't resist making both versions. :) I made both of them in three sizes; the smallest is put in the post as the normal picture, while the other two are only as links, because of the width of the page. ;)



Pictures under the cut )
[identity profile] ellynn-ithilwen.livejournal.com
Artist: Ellynn Ithilwen
Title: Minas Tirith
Rating: G
Inspiration #1: "Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? White tower of Ecthelion, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home by the clear ringing of silver trumpets?" (Movie version, FotR movie; Boromir-version)
Inspiration #2: "Then Pippin cried aloud, for the Tower of Ecthelion, standing high within the topmost wall, shone out against the sky, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver, tall and fair and shapely, and its pinnacle glittered as if it were wrought of crystals; and white banners broke and fluttered from the battlements in the morning breeze, and high and far he heard a clear ringing as of silver trumpets." (Book version, RotK, Chapter 1; Pippin-version)
Media: photoshop manipulation
Notes: I love this picture of Minas Tirith and Boromir's words from FotR movie; since there is a similar quote in the book, too, I just couldn't resist making both versions. :) I made both of them in three sizes; the smallest is put in the post as the normal picture, while the other two are only as links, because of the width of the page. ;)



Pictures under the cut )
[identity profile] ellynn-ithilwen.livejournal.com
Artist: Ellynn Ithilwen
Title: Minas Tirith
Rating: G
Inspiration #1: "Have you ever seen it, Aragorn? White tower of Ecthelion, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver. Its banners caught high in the morning breeze. Have you ever been called home by the clear ringing of silver trumpets?" (Movie version, FotR movie; Boromir-version)
Inspiration #2: "Then Pippin cried aloud, for the Tower of Ecthelion, standing high within the topmost wall, shone out against the sky, glimmering like a spike of pearl and silver, tall and fair and shapely, and its pinnacle glittered as if it were wrought of crystals; and white banners broke and fluttered from the battlements in the morning breeze, and high and far he heard a clear ringing as of silver trumpets." (Book version, RotK, Chapter 1; Pippin-version)
Media: photoshop manipulation
Notes: I love this picture of Minas Tirith and Boromir's words from FotR movie; since there is a similar quote in the book, too, I just couldn't resist making both versions. :) I made both of them in three sizes; the smallest is put in the post as the normal picture, while the other two are only as links, because of the width of the page. ;)



Pictures under the cut )
[identity profile] huinare.livejournal.com
Artist: Huinárë
Title:  Sauron and Huan
Rating: G
Inspiration:  ‘Now Sauron knew well, as did all in that land, the fate that was decreed for the hound of Valinor, and it came into his thought that he himself would accomplish it.  Therefore he took upon himself the form of a werewolf, and made himself the mightiest that had yet walked the world; and he came forth to win the passage of the bridge.’  -Sil ch 8.
Media: Humble ballpoint pen
Artist's Notes:  I modeled Huan on a Scottish deerhound, though he resembles a saluki too now that I think about it.  I envision werewolves as basically regular wolves (though more powerful and intelligent); thus wolf!Sauron’s horror must be assumed to be intangible, though I did endeavor to convey something of it through their respective postures.
Apologies for the not-as-sharp-as-it-could-be quality.  The original is sharper and larger, but I’ve only recently attempted to reacquaint myself with scanners after ten years of estrangement.


......... )



[identity profile] huinare.livejournal.com
Artist: Huinárë
Title:  Sauron and Huan
Rating: G
Inspiration:  ‘Now Sauron knew well, as did all in that land, the fate that was decreed for the hound of Valinor, and it came into his thought that he himself would accomplish it.  Therefore he took upon himself the form of a werewolf, and made himself the mightiest that had yet walked the world; and he came forth to win the passage of the bridge.’  -Sil ch 8.
Media: Humble ballpoint pen
Artist's Notes:  I modeled Huan on a Scottish deerhound, though he resembles a saluki too now that I think about it.  I envision werewolves as basically regular wolves (though more powerful and intelligent); thus wolf!Sauron’s horror must be assumed to be intangible, though I did endeavor to convey something of it through their respective postures.
Apologies for the not-as-sharp-as-it-could-be quality.  The original is sharper and larger, but I’ve only recently attempted to reacquaint myself with scanners after ten years of estrangement.


......... )



[identity profile] huinare.livejournal.com
Artist: Huinárë
Title:  Sauron and Huan
Rating: G
Inspiration:  ‘Now Sauron knew well, as did all in that land, the fate that was decreed for the hound of Valinor, and it came into his thought that he himself would accomplish it.  Therefore he took upon himself the form of a werewolf, and made himself the mightiest that had yet walked the world; and he came forth to win the passage of the bridge.’  -Sil ch 8.
Media: Humble ballpoint pen
Artist's Notes:  I modeled Huan on a Scottish deerhound, though he resembles a saluki too now that I think about it.  I envision werewolves as basically regular wolves (though more powerful and intelligent); thus wolf!Sauron’s horror must be assumed to be intangible, though I did endeavor to convey something of it through their respective postures.
Apologies for the not-as-sharp-as-it-could-be quality.  The original is sharper and larger, but I’ve only recently attempted to reacquaint myself with scanners after ten years of estrangement.


......... )



[identity profile] huinare.livejournal.com
Artist: Huinárë
Title:  Sauron and Huan
Rating: G
Inspiration:  ‘Now Sauron knew well, as did all in that land, the fate that was decreed for the hound of Valinor, and it came into his thought that he himself would accomplish it.  Therefore he took upon himself the form of a werewolf, and made himself the mightiest that had yet walked the world; and he came forth to win the passage of the bridge.’  -Sil ch 8.
Media: Humble ballpoint pen
Artist's Notes:  I modeled Huan on a Scottish deerhound, though he resembles a saluki too now that I think about it.  I envision werewolves as basically regular wolves (though more powerful and intelligent); thus wolf!Sauron’s horror must be assumed to be intangible, though I did endeavor to convey something of it through their respective postures.
Apologies for the not-as-sharp-as-it-could-be quality.  The original is sharper and larger, but I’ve only recently attempted to reacquaint myself with scanners after ten years of estrangement.


......... )



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