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This ain't no town!

linkin-artelf
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Mar 5 2007, 5:45am


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This ain't no town! [In reply to] Can't Post

It's Venice on stilts! With barrels the size of houses. The perspective is all wrong but I find it a charming image nevertheless.
The color rendition takes the focus off the town and draws far too much attention to those giant barrels.

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**JRRT: Artist & Illustrator. The Hobbit, Part II Lake Town** squire Send a private message to squire Feb 24 2007, 6:13pm
    I like the Munro very much Penthe Send a private message to Penthe Feb 25 2007, 1:40am
        Who isn't sitting on the edge of ruin in ME? Beren IV Send a private message to Beren IV Feb 25 2007, 1:49am
            Oh, very good question Penthe Send a private message to Penthe Feb 26 2007, 1:49am
    What drove men to build Laketown? Not the dragon, I trust, since Curious Send a private message to Curious Feb 25 2007, 5:36am
        The bridge was gone, and his enemies were on an island in deep water -- too deep and dark and cool for his liking! squire Send a private message to squire Feb 25 2007, 6:01am
            Dorthonion? Beren IV Send a private message to Beren IV Feb 25 2007, 7:06am
                "They still throve on the trade that came up the great river from the South" squire Send a private message to squire Feb 25 2007, 2:55pm
    The clearest difference FarFromHome Send a private message to FarFromHome Feb 25 2007, 8:59pm
        Tolkien was an authoritarian Beren IV Send a private message to Beren IV Feb 26 2007, 12:42am
            Yes and no. Tolkien preferred an inactive monarch, with Curious Send a private message to Curious Feb 26 2007, 11:33am
                Very true, Beren IV Send a private message to Beren IV Feb 26 2007, 3:08pm
                Leadership FarFromHome Send a private message to FarFromHome Feb 26 2007, 5:24pm
    colorizing Luthien Rising Send a private message to Luthien Rising Feb 25 2007, 9:42pm
        I was staggered squire Send a private message to squire Feb 25 2007, 9:52pm
    This ain't no town! linkin-artelf Send a private message to linkin-artelf Mar 5 2007, 5:45am

 
 
 

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