How to Draw Lord of the Rings Characters?


There are many different Lord of the Rings characters that you can learn how to draw. To learn how to draw these you are going to have to study the character and how it looks and acts. Begin by sketching out the character as you see it. The face is the best place to start but it is also the hardest to master. Once you have an idea on how to create the face the body will fall in to place.
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The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien
The story of The Lord of the Rings begins with several events that take place in The Hobbit. While wandering lost in a deep cave, Bilbo Baggins, a Hobbit—one of a small, kindly race about half the size of Men—stumbles upon a ring…... More »
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