Acrylic paints on canvas board, 2007.
This is a water-soluble graphite painting I did back in 2008, just for fun; starring Guy of Gisborne as an unmasked black rider. I could only fit three of the hobbits on the paper. Sorry about that, Merry.
The Ring gradually overpowers Frodo, TTT.
Acrylic paints on canvas board.
Leaving Lothlorien. Acrylic paints on 35cm x 65cm (approx) stretched canvas, 2006.
Click on this picture of Leaving Lothlorien to open it; then right click and save it to your computer if you’d like to print yourself one copy.
The levels and hue & saturation have been adjusted to suit glossy photo paper, and I think the resolution should be all right for A4 (approximately 20x 25cm/8×11 inches) sized paper. 🙂
I did this painting of Frodo and Sam back in 2006. They’re watching in awe as the Elves pass through the woods on their way to other lands.
Acrylic paints on canvas board, 25 x 20 cm, 10 x 8 inches.
Gandalf, Frodo and Sam leave their village at dawn.
Acrylic paint on a 30 x 40 cm stretched canvas, 2006.
First photo was taken while paint was still a bit wet and in artificial light. Second was photo taken in natural light when it had dried completely.
Boromir ponders something pretty serious. ACEO miniature art card. Graphite and watercolour pencils, acrylic paint. 2009.