– JRRT’s The Fall of Arthur fragmentary poem. It’s brilliant…and fragmentary.
Iron Gold, Pierce Brown
Son of the Black Sword, Larry Correia (damnit where is the House of Assassins EARC!?)
Soul Music, Terry Pratchett

Apache Rifles (Audie Murphy)
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (Some Guy)
Sharpe’s Rifles, Sharpe’s Eagle (Man, Sean Bean was fine when he was young.)

The art of TurnerMohan

TurnerMohan has some of the most intriguing interpretations of Middle Earth out there–and pretty in-depth discussions as to the why his ideas make perfect sense. Viking-inspired elves? Elves are Norse-derived to begin with. Valinor as Olympus and the pre-Exile Noldor as quasi-Greek statuary? Elves as powerful, statuesque warriors instead of androgynous waifs in floaty robes…hell yeah.


Nandor elves sketches
I actually have an order in for that antler crown. Unfortunately, we weren’t able to afford moose and had to make do with white-tailed deer….


Proposed arms (….arm?) of Maedhros, son of Feanor.


Haleth and Caranthir

The second most badass female character in the Legendarium tells a Son of Feanor to go pound sand.