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I really like all the tiny details, they are what brings a building to life :-)
I know I'm late, but nevertheless I like this a lot :-)
Indeed, I'm already hyped for toddler Thorin in 2020^^
Warb_Null is an artist who creates some of the best sci-fi models / textures you'll find :-)
You might want to check your Khuzdul spelling there :-P
I will just politely forget that this atrocity exists and keep browsing :-P
I misread it too at first, but I guess it's supposed to mean that erebor is especially good at fighting against heavy armour. Which is fitting, I suppose, because their most direct evil neighbour is Rhun that does indeed lead a good batch of armoured soldiers into battle.
This is borderline awesome, I really adore the detail on the mask (and the armor in general) :-)
We've had this one before, too :D
To be honest, I totally hate it. For once there is a decent dwarven phalanx in battle formation, and we don't even get to see the orcs clash against it, because in a strategically absolutely pointless move the elves jump inbetween their enemies and a wall of spears. Just let those last eleven words sink in.
This scene not only robbed us of an epic dwarven moment, but also puts in question if elven commanders are even able of thinking straight. Logically, it would have been much more satisfying if they had flanked their common foes, especially regarding the fact that their swift twohanded blade warriors would be perfectly suited for that.
And my vuvuzela!
Both are not looped well, so I can't speak for a preference^^
This doesn't look like a movie prop, so ... where did they build it and why?
It's really awesome seeing you becoming actively developing again :D
I'm looking forward to finally play with the units I was teased with nearly two years ago :-P
And don't worry about your new mod, I've been following there since the day (or maybe week, I'm not a very quick person) it was put on ModDB ;-)
Finally some battle art that REALLY is about the battle of Helms Deep :D
Take it easy, this is not a legal inquiry^^
I personally don't distinguish images based on their resolution, but rather by the content they display, and that is not exactly radically different on the image with the lower resolution ;-)
Also, I find it kinda funny how this is the second time I see this image, rescaled to a computer screen resolution, attributed to the Lord of the Rings, while the actual original was scaled to fit on four subsequent book covers of a fandom that is definitely not a part of Tolkien's Middle Earth :D
Just for final clarification, NO, it is NOT Helm's Deep (not a "modernist" version either :-P), see the source here:
Though we've had this one before already :-P
That's one way to understate it :-P
I think if you'd cut that audio clip soberly out of the movie and send it to them, that would significantly improve the chances of that being implemented ;-)
In my eye this mod was doing really well (especially regarding the unique building designs you've been presenting), 400 watchers don't just appear out of nowhere^^
So seeing it shut down like this is the biggest surprise I've experienced on ModDB for a long time.
Although I don't agree on this decision, I know I have no right to complain or even force you to continue, heaven forbid.
So I wish you good luck on whatever you'll settle on next and hope that your work on this project won't end up having been all in vain ;-)
Balance has been restored. I can now browse this group in peace again.
Except for the fact that this is a witch king wallpaper. Hint: Sauron is not the witch king. :-P
The model is great, the spelling ... not as much :-P
Interesting how this whole continent was flooded, yet its shape looks nearly exactly like middle earth from the third age^^
This is definitely great art and I can easily imagine this being Harad except of the following: I don't think a region fiercely oppressed/controlled by Sauron would flourish like this; also, afaik the people of Harad were Nomads, I don't think great cities of stone were their thing^^
Interesting. It looks like the men of Harad tried to copy Osgiliath and Minas Tirith, both at once^^
I'm not particularly fond of the (oversized^^) hammer, but it's much better than the clones we had before either way ;-)
The blood sprinkles on the foots are a really nice touch^^
Is it just me or is the dialogue (in the picture) really clunky?