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The storyboards are exceptional and show a much more extensive knowledge of the movies than I have .
I can't hope to match your expertise linking sketches to scenes but I will post try and post some of my collection where the scene is particularly well known.
Thank you again Triple-Frog for your very kind words regarding the storyboards. Apart from watching the three LOTR films many times, my knowledge of the scenes was enhanced by a number of wonderful websites (acknowledged in my storyboard introduction), but for your easy reference they are listed below.
I hope you will visit often and can check-out the other sites and gain as much enjoyment as I did. Looking forward to seeing your collection.
LOTR screen-cap websites
To commemorate the 127th anniversary of J.R.R. Tolkien’s birth-date on 3 January 2019 and the second anniversary of the launch of , a dedication to Roger Garland (who tragically died in October 2017) has been posted in: Middle-earth artists : showcase .
This dedication gives an account of Roger’s life and influences and highlights his unique Middle-earth art, a small sample of which is displayed below.
Smaug the Magnificent
Two Trees of Valinor
It is hoped that you find this dedication informative and entertaining and providing an insight into Roger as a remarkable artist and gentle, gracious and generous person.
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Such beautiful work...!
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Welcome to Card Talk Ms. Hardy, you don't do so bad yourself. I have been lucky enough to pull some of your work from Grimm, AvP, Aliens and of course LotR boxes. Just wanted to tip my hat. This message has been edited. Last edited by: Raven,
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Hello Raven, thank you for the welcome!
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That Smaug image is amazing!
Dear Ingrid, thank you for stopping-by and for your kind words about Roger's work. Roger’s contribution to art, especially that of Middle-earth, was remarkable, his untimely death is a huge loss to the art-world.
As Raven notes, your own art is amazing, a small sample of this can be found on LOTRArts at: LOTRArts articles
Thank you mykdude: I agree, Roger’s depiction of Smaug is iconic.
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