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Jul 17 2011, 9:41pm

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Those dwarves look totally ridiculous. Awfully bloated, andover-prostheticized,. I would NOT have chosen a lightly-graying, short-bearded interpretation of Thorin, but I would have been bitterly disappointed if the dwarves (and Thorin) looked like those.

If I had my way, the dwarves would fit both the Balin and Dwalin body and facial types. I would lose the "big-bellied, fat based, no-necked Gimli" look, as they have with Dwalin, while adding a more substantial beard to all of them.

But PJ has given us a decent lot. Barring Kili, IMO.


(This post was edited by Gandalf'sMother on Jul 17 2011, 9:50pm)

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Post edited by Gandalf'sMother (Rohan) on Jul 17 2011, 9:47pm
Post edited by Gandalf'sMother (Rohan) on Jul 17 2011, 9:50pm

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