Monday, February 18th, 2013

Storm, Hobbit fan art by Amy Crook

“I hope the Dwarves find some shelter before those Stone Giants really get going.”
Storm, The Hobbit fan art by Amy Crook

My tiny fandom obsession continues! The mountains dried with lovely blue-violet swirls in their depths, and now there’s Gandalf, contemplating the oncoming storm as he starts to head into the Misty Mountains after Thorin et al. He’s done all in shades of grey as is appropriate, with Glamdring at his side and his staff in hand. Plus the pointy hat, of course.

Storm, 6″x6″ Japanese watercolor on Fluid watercolor paper.

Storm, detail, by Amy Crook

Storm, detail, by Amy Crook

Above, you can see a close-up of Gandalf with the colors tweaked to help bring out his eyes, er, details. Below, you can see it snugly resting in an 8″x8″ frame, waiting to find a new home.

Storm, framed art by Amy Crook

Storm, framed art by Amy Crook

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