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Gimli the Dwarf

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my favorite character from the LOTR books and movies, Gimli The Cocky Dwarf

"Don't tell the elf"

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Awesome

It's very nice, good job! I love the details and the shadows.
Though, looking betterI see you could have worked more on the eye and the nose is very big compared to the eye. It's awesome anyway! :)

Kinsei responds:

yeah the eyes are a little small. thanks.
I should probably do a full body of him soon.

very detailed

thats really good very deatailed

Kinsei responds:

lol thanks.
What I find truly funny is one of my oldest postings is one of my best voted.
such fun.

Wow.

The detail in this is bloody brilliant. Even I sat up and took notice this time.
Unlike your other art, (and most other art here) this deserves to get into the first page of the art portal.
Do more sketches like this.

Kinsei responds:

I would like front page, but I think since this piece has little to do with anything going on with in NG I don't think it stands much of a chance.
Thanks anyway.
BTW if your interested I'm starting another LOTR project. while watching one of the movies the other day I saw a scene I want to recreate. it'll be started in a day or two.

that still count as one!

my fav line after legolas wtf pwned 3 dudes and an elephant
great sketch looking forward to see a fully completed version

Kinsei responds:

yeah me and my buddy used to always argue about weather it was actually one or more. then we would battle it out in one of the games.

cool helmet.

the helmet in this is amazing. 10/10

Kinsei responds:

thanks, I actually put some serious effort in to it.

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