I have to do an animation for class and i’m leaning towards Elwing’s confrontation with the Feanorians/Elwing’s transformation, but the more I think about it, the more ambitious and daunting it becomes. 


Tricia Helfer and Jamie Bamber by Moshe Brakha for Statement issue #2/2007. © Moshe Brakha/Statement 2007

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I don’t know if most people are aware that Amazon has free “The Spirit of an Episode” videos for each episode of Book 3, but if it’s not common knowledge, people should check them out. They give a lot of interesting facts about the production and show quite a few neat references!

One needs to download “Silverlight” to be able to watch them, but it’s a quick process that one can do right on the site.

Here’s a link to the first episode if anyone cares.

And here is a post with most of the background references that were shown in the videos.

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*plays riptide by vance joy on a tiny lute*

*plays riptide by vance joy on a tiny lute*

Anonymous said:
:) Hey there! I think I've never commented on your art before, being as I am a lurker, but I wanted to tell you that it's so damn gorgeous; I came for the Silm, and drooled over everything else as well (I'm a sucker for your Adventure time stuff). And that dog GIF you have is painfully tantalising; I'm not even a dog person but that dog looks SO pettable. Like you wouldn't believe. The ear twitch slays me, I want to reach into the screen and pet him so badly ;__;

Thanks!! I never know what to say to these haha, just know you’re a little ray of sunshine C: C: C: The doggy in the GIF is based on my doggy Mick. I assure you she is very pettable and soft, and even though you’re not dog person, Micky acts more like a cat lol. Kind of standoffish and will climb to high places (like the top of the couch and one time, I shit you not, up in the tree house).