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terragunn
20th October 2015, 02:58
I put this video montage together in early 2012.

What occurred to me is that there is no Lord of the Rings. What occurred to me is that the I AM is the WE ARE: the I AM/WE ARE is the LORDS of THE RING -- the ouroboros cycle: the Time Loop; ONENESS outside ONENESS.

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OMG
20th October 2015, 05:48
Ted's Hobbit and LOTR artwork brings back fond memories!

Thanks!

:)

terragunn
20th October 2015, 10:00
Ted's Hobbit and LOTR artwork brings back fond memories!

Thanks!

:)

Do you, like me, enjoy the Brothers Hildebrandt, too? I especially like their work inspired by Tolkien and Terry Brooks' The Sword Of Shannara. Interestingly enough, John Williams' score to The Empire Strikes Back played a role in my imaginative thoughts in regards to The Sword Of Shannara.

Cidersomerset
20th October 2015, 10:13
I can't believe I started this thread 4 years ago as the first Hobbit movie was being
made. Looking back they were not as good as they might of been , getting a bit
cartoonish at times, especially in Goblin city and in some other places, but I cannot
complain..LOL

Some of the vids in the thread below have 'timed out' but there were some
great pictures posted by members.....

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?35285-The-Hobbit...-an-unexpected-journey...-JRR-Tolkien&p=361470#post361470
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The Hobbit... an unexpected journey... JRR Tolkien

The Hobbit was the 2nd whole book I read at school the 1st being 20,000 leagues under the sea.....
I have reread the Hobbit several times and and thoroughly enjoy the thrill of the boys own adventure
and fantasy of Tolkiens great immagination wrapped in ancient myth and legend giving it that feel of
forgotten lore and magic....The Lord Of The Rings trilogy was brought to life epically by Peter Jackson
and crew and cast , but for me the book is still better and much was left out or altered in the prodution
of the film, charecters missing others changed slightly to fit in with the filming of the great trilogy.

The Hobbit is more compact and for me the complete adventure fantasy, with all the ingrediates to keep
you enthralled and on the edge of your seat if interpreted correctly for that we will have to wait and see...
It looks promising with a great cast and filmed in two parts hopefully won't miss out a thing, fingers crossed...

Anyway the purpose of this thread is I have just watched some pre filming blogs which look great and bring
the memmory of Lord of the Rings back to life.....

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enjoy Steve

http://projectavalon.net/forum4/showthread.php?35285-The-Hobbit...-an-unexpected-journey...-JRR-Tolkien&p=361470#post361470

Iloveyou
20th October 2015, 14:35
Beautiful video, thank you!

https://jcauty.files.wordpress.com/2014/12/lotr-1-recovered-2.jpg?w=710&h=1024

Lord of the Rings - poster from UK Artist Jimmy Cauty 1974

. . he painted that at age 17

(still pinned on my living room door) :)

OMG
20th October 2015, 17:57
Ted's Hobbit and LOTR artwork brings back fond memories!

Thanks!

:)

Do you, like me, enjoy the Brothers Hildebrandt, too? I especially like their work inspired by Tolkien and Terry Brooks' The Sword Of Shannara. Interestingly enough, John Williams' score to The Empire Strikes Back played a role in my imaginative thoughts in regards to The Sword Of Shannara.


Yes good stuff!