Category Archives: Art

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10 Pieces Of Gorgeous Middle-Earth Artwork

The writ­ings of J.R.R. Tolkien have inspired a lot of people over the years in many different ways. Perhaps the biggest impact would simply be the amount of fantasy writing that has been produced as a result of The Lord Of The Rings. But there's also been a lot of artwork produced inspired by his creation of Middle-Earth.

Here I'm picking out ten really gorgeous, but very different pieces of Middle-Earth inspired art for you to enjoy. All of this art is avail­able to look at on Deviantart and I would strongly encourage you to go and browse the rest of the artists work. It will be rewarding.

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Ravenloft Walkthrough Poster Map

Okay this is kind of fabu­lous. One of the most highly regarded adven­ture modules for the orig­inal Advanced Dungeons and Dragons ( #AD&D ) was Ravenloft by Laury and Tracy Hickman. It was well beyond the norm (at the time) when it came to atmos­phere and story­telling. Well Jason Thompson has procuded an illus­trated walk­through of that module (and several others) which is avail­able as a poster. The 18" x 36" print is absolutely packed with humorous details like those in the detail section posted above. Source: Ravenloft Walk­through Map Print #Dungeon­sAnd­Dragons #Ravenloft #RPG #Tracy­Hickman #Dungeons&Dragons

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Marvel Fan Art — Hulk vs. Thing

Perhaps one of the longest running rival­ries in Marvel Comics… in super­hero comics as a whole, is The Incred­ible Hulk vs. The Thing. Going all the way back to Fantastic Four #12 and perhaps more signif­i­cantly their full on battle in Fantastic Four #25. Hulk is clearly the stronger of the two (by a log way) […]

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From The Shire To The Sea

Beautiful Middle-Earth Art — From The Shire To The Sea

Not only is this a really beau­tiful painting by Joe Gilronan but there's so much going on that you have to take your time and let your eyes sweep gently over it. Obvi­ously starting in the Shire at Bag End, the painting takes us on a tour of western Middle-Earth stop­ping by Riven­dell, Gondor, The […]

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