Art, Science and Fantasy.
daughter-of-castile:

Julie Gayet as Isabella of France (1295-1358), wife of Edward II of England in Les Rois Maudits.

daughter-of-castile:

Julie Gayet as Isabella of France (1295-1358), wife of Edward II of England in Les Rois Maudits.

thesmokingpossum:

Julie Gayet as Isabella of France in Les Rois Maudits

thesmokingpossum:

Julie Gayet as Isabella of France in Les Rois Maudits

hweanaro:

thranduilized:

on a scale of 1 to legolas how much do you idolize your dad

Curufin.

zeekubeast:

wanting to draw things but not having the energy to put effort into drawings

image

de-preciated:

Cold Woods (by poromaa)
Yosemite Park

de-preciated:

Cold Woods (by poromaa)
Yosemite Park
tosquinha:

Quick Turin Turambar+flower crown (does Beleg have anything to do with it?) for alackofghosts who has been spoiling the fandom with the cutest flower crowns+elves. We’re all very thankful, dear. Good luck with college!

tosquinha:

Quick Turin Turambar+flower crown (does Beleg have anything to do with it?) for alackofghosts who has been spoiling the fandom with the cutest flower crowns+elves. We’re all very thankful, dear. Good luck with college!

elddraws:

To take part in the Finwion Butts series that has been going around, have Nelyo, contemplating whether or not to give the Elessar to Fingon while half-naked.

elddraws:

To take part in the Finwion Butts series that has been going around, have Nelyo, contemplating whether or not to give the Elessar to Fingon while half-naked.

margozofrhun:

//My edition, hope you like it!

When Oromë found the Elves that awakened in Cuiviénen, he summoned them to come with him to Valinor. All the Minyar and most of the Tatyar were persuaded, along with some of the Nelyar, and followed Oromë into the west on the Great Journey.

The rest, who dwelt furthest from the waters of Cuiviénen, and wandered in the hills, had not seen Oromë at his first coming, and knew only vague scary rumors of the Valar; lies of Melkor concerning Oromë and Nahar perhaps had a role. So they remained suspicious, or simply refused to depart from their own lands, and spread gradually throughout the wide lands of Middle-earth. Their population was composed of half of the Tatyar and one third of the Nelyar, who maybe were called Lindai. According to a tradition their leaders were Morwë of the Tatyar and Nurwë of the Nelyar. They were after known by the name “the Unwilling”, because they refused the summons.

Initially the Avari stayed in Cuiviénen but many of them started to wander westwards.

The Avari who finally went westwards, were mingled with the Nandor of the Vales of Anduin, Eriador and some reached Beleriand, mingling with the Laiquendi. But very few settled in Doriath. The Avari who came from the Tatyar were unfriendly and jealous to the Noldor, their exalted kin, and accused them for arrogance.

The Edain who traveled to the West met the Avari first of all the Elves, and were taught from them music and language, which influenced theirs. They probably taught them many of the basic crafts of civilization, though the craft of the Eldar surpassed that of the Avari even more than that of the Avari surpassed primitive Men.

According to the legends Orcs may be descended by Avarin elves captured and corrupted by Melkor.

Some Avari after the end of the First Age started to mingle with the Silvan Elves.

It is told that no Avari Elves were to be found west of the Misty Mountains during the late Third Age.

mallow213:

Maedhros and the twins

<3
I would draw some silm butts for you, but… duty calls me :(
Next week. Promise.

tosquinha
eldochflamma
likes-drawing-elves
hweanaro

<3

I would draw some silm butts for you, but… duty calls me :(

Next week. Promise.

tosquinha

eldochflamma

likes-drawing-elves

hweanaro

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