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duats
Grey Havens

Jul 10 2012, 1:27am


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It still looks like its catching the light to me

And it being a few strands of hair, shining light down on it would make it look lighter than it really is. It could also just be chocked up to the fact that it's concept art - hence the inconsistency in lighting (Gandalf seems to be lit by a completely different light source).

Just look at his shoulder. Even though it's a night shot, that looks black to me, with maybe just the slightest hint of brown/blonde in there. I don't know. If he were blonde, I think it'd be much more apparent. For instance, even in this nighttime scene, you can still clearly make out that Gandalf's hat is blue, and his robes are grey. Also note that Beorn's color is much darker than Gandalf's grey robes, which I don't think would be the case if his hair were blonde.


(This post was edited by duats on Jul 10 2012, 1:30am)


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