Yes, her name means grey leaf, but I thought it doesn't necessarily mean that she was a blonde or something. And so drawn to her a silver-salmon color dress.
very nicely done! the texture of the trees and the clothing are great
Thank you!But it takes so long!I mean trees and palnts
This must be the first painting I have seen of these characters, and I love it.
I definitely like this painting, since the story of Imrazor & Mithrellas is dear to my heart. Tolkien's tale of knightly romance and old-style faery contact played out well in the tale. I agree that Mithrellas was not necessarily a blonde, since most of the Elves native to Middle-Earth were dark-haired. (Light hair belonged to the Vanyar and the Noldor who were descended from Noldor-Vanyar unions.) The color of dress looked right for an elf of the Golden Wood. Being an elf she does not look especially distressed even after wandering about in the White Mountains and back-country of Gondor.
Yes, drawing it, I thought, it's hard to imagine Legolas for example, grimy and dirty.
Gwindor looked shabby and worn when Beleg found him, but he had escaped from Angband. Voronwe looked bedraggled when he met Tuor, but he had been shipwrecked and washed ashore. Can't think of too many other Elves who looked dirty & disshevelled, even in the middle of the wilderness.
Very pretty! Great detail, too.
Great work on the scenery. It looks so peaceful and pleasant. These are the kinds of works that make me long for Middle Earth
Wonderful work! I just wish it was a bit bigger...I don't know much about this pairing, but the names are familiar. I guess I should look it up, since the unpopular pairings often are the best It always makes me happy to see any silvan elf portrayed, so thank you for sharing this!
This pair doesn't get enough attention!
It's because the couple is unpopular)
Меня всегда интриговала эта история. Спасибо за прекрасную работу
The background is wonderful, especially the sky! Beautiful scene.
This is really lovely, dear~ I love the scenery