My all-time favorite is "The lord of the ring" if we talk about the movies. But I am undeniably a fan of all Tolkien's work. Azog the Defiler is the most "beautiful" race of orc, that's why I drew him and his in a certain way charismatic. And after all the time that I've spent to carve and draw the textures, (and it's barely acceptable), I have the biggest respect for those who work in the 3D branch.
Are you a Tolkien fan? I did read the lord of the ring, the Silmarillion, and Unfinished Tales. I've bought Tom Bombadil.
I wanted to ask if somewhere he wrote about the orcs, why they followed Sauron? Yes Morgoth created them but was it enough to follow them? What are the motivations?
And do you know where the Hobbits come from? Wo created them? (I give my Hobbit book to my brother so I don't know) (I will buy one later 😅☺️😳) While I drew Azog I remembered what my mom asked me when I was younger: "Why do you watch those horrible things?" "Why are you drawing those horrible things?"
(The drawing were really horrible and I drew "horrible things" too, but I didn't have the skills to draw beautifully those "horrible things" 😂😂😅😅🙈🙊 )
Now I know what I've should respond to her: "Beautiful things are sometimes boring". #azog#azogthedefiler#orc#thehobbit#thelordofthering#creature#jrrtolkien#tolkien#thehobbitmovie#thehobbitcharacter#portrait#digitalportrait#digitalpainting#photoshop#drawing
Olha esse trabalho, reparem nas texturas, no acabamento.... Trabalho lindo do @helenolyra
Mais um lindo projeto em X3CLAY Hard! Parabéns à equipe
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Azog, from The Hobbit.
Sculpture base by me, finishing and textures by @ulaffranchi.
Sculpted in x3clay hard and fur.
Think of sale the project or open a P.O.