Hi, I'm Blu

No, if I was green I would not die

bobalindsayfett:

The Valar: From the day we arrive on the planet
               And blinking, step into the sun
               There's more to see than can ever be seen
               More to do than can ever be done
               There's far too much to take in here
               More to find than can ever be found
               But the sun rolling high
               Through the sapphire sky
               Keeps great and small on the endless round

Melkor: My milkshake brings all the boys to the yard!

Eru Illuvatar: God Dammit Melkor!

(via teamainur)

And then everything caught on fire and was destroyed while sad Enya music played in the background until Melkor was put in Void time-out.

thejabberwocki:

what have i done

from chatrooms and all my scribbly doodles that are not the things I should be working on like the comic that has yet to be finished on my Mineblog.

I am so sorry….

But also not sorry cause I am having so much fun right now. <3

Asker jerioxy Asks:
Since they have different afterlives, is killing a human, an elf or a dwarf considered a different crime?
the-great-ninja-blu the-great-ninja-blu Said:

askmiddlearth:

Not that Tolkien ever mentioned. But I can just imagine the murder trials:

"Your Honor, my client didn’t kill Joe Mortal of Gondor, he simply delivered Iluvatar’s Gift of Men to him without warning!"

or

"Suzy Elf of Rivendell, you are hereby sentenced to imprisonment in the Valinor Detention Center until your victim returns from the Halls of Mandos."

hobbitingaround:

kacydoodles:

MORE DWARVES. I love elves and dwarves, don’t get me wrong, but I think I’m def. on the boat that I like them best the less human they seem.

I think it’d be really cool if dwarves weren’t basically just tiny hairy men, but creatures formed out of the mountains and mines they lived in. Bodies of clay and stone, sometimes carved with symbols or encrusted with gemstones, their eyes and mouths aglow with fires that burn deep in their bellies. The first dwarven peoples would have been born out of the volcanic fires and earthquakes that shook the earth during its early formative years.

But anyway, that’s just me.

Just got outta DCC with Tolkien on the brain. Gonna reblob some old art on over here!

kacydoodles:

I know Tolkien has his own way of things, I just like to daydream about cool alternatives.

In the same vein of less-human dwarves, less-human elves could be born at the roots of the oldest trees, with elven lineages deriving from different, specific trees in the wood—making them not only dwellers of and protectors of the woodlands, but an extension of it. Their skin would be all the colors of bark, with young elves (sometimes called saplings) tinted green around the feet, hands, ears and cheeks. Old, grown elves may grow leaves on the tips of their ears. They’re lean, gaunt, with large and eerie eyes, and their silent movement and illusive nature makes them both mysterious and dangerous.

(via hobbitingaround)

pleasestopbeingsad:

a peacock saying something uplifting requested by sktagg23

I just wanted to say thank you for making all of the forts.
the-great-ninja-blu the-great-ninja-blu Said:

No problem~! It was really fun. I’m gunna color them too just because they were so vivid when I saw them it would be a shame not to.

I’m really flattered and happy everyone likes them! Someone even did fanart! <3