But apparently dwarves going skinny dipping in the fountains of Rivendell is far more important than that, so we'll have to make do with fanfiction and art instead (not that I complain about the deleted scenes, I adore them too much for that).
I love the folds of Elrohir's robe (yes, I have decided that's Elrohir) and the pillars. Very Elvish.
There's only one thing wrong with this... *scarymusic*... and that's that the pine in the background is a little off proportion, I think. The trunk would be smaller and thinner is proportion to the branches. But that's just my random opinion.
Thank you so much!! Your observation is correct,and when I compared the pine to its reference pic (a drawing from Asterix ) I felt like banging my head on the keyboard.Thanks for pointing it out to me,I really want to know when something is off in my drawings,but I don't think they're good enough to request a critique :/ I'll try to fix it when I have the time.
P.S. Also,thank you for identifying the nameless twin
Don't worry though,big eyes are charming,you can always pass it off as style Can't say the same about pine barks xD
So you've got a headcanon with seperate personalities for them.That's interesting,because to me the differences are miniscule.I always end up calling them both "El" in my head,as if they're one person.I'm either too lazy or don't know a thing about twins.Or both
Yes, I always have. Now the Ambarussa and Elured and Elurin I've always imagined as very similar. Elured and Elurin weren't exactly given the time to truly develop their personalites (although we know that Elven-children develop extraordinarily quickly, which is an interesting side topic but irrelevant here) and the Ambarussa are just very alike for me. That's why they're collectively known as the Ambarussa!
To say the truth I've never given much thought to Elured and Elurin,apart from feeling terribly sorry for them.Same goes for the Ambarussa,as I strongly dislike all Feanorians But I always attributed the name "Ambarussa" more to their similar hair than their similar personalities.