Tuesday, October 23, 2012

There and Back again, Page 145 to 149

Woefully behind here, sorry, life just keeps getting in the way.  So let us get right to a few Hobbit illustrations.

From: There and Back again, An Illustration Project of The Hobbit

Page 145
Page 145: "Bombur slept on with a smile on his face, as if he no longer cared for all the troubles that vexed him."

Ink on 6 x 8 inch paper.

Page 146
Page 146: "There was a greenish light about them, and in places they could see some distance to either side of the path.  Yet the light only showed them endless lines of straight grey trunks like the pillars of some huge twilight hall."

Acrylic gouache on 6 x 8 inch paper.


Page 147
Page 147: "Bilbo's eyes were nearly blinded by the light."

Acrylic gouache on 6 x 8 inch paper.


Page 148
Page 148: "His heart, that had been lightened by the sight of the sun and the feel of the wind, sank back into his toes..."

Ink and acrylic gouache on 6 x 8 inch paper.


Page 149
Page 149: "'I dreamed I was walking in a forest rather like this one, only lit with torches on the trees and lamps swinging from the branches and fires burning on the ground."

Ink on 6 x 8 inch paper.

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