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LOTR. Now now, he was not the only artist to inspire much of Peter Jackson's vision for the films. Alan Lee's paintings were used just as much if not more than John Howe's work. Personally I prefer Alan Lee, but both artists played a pivotal role in the making of these films.
Facial expressions ✤ CHARACTER DESIGN (Litgram: Let's make custom dice. Two. One for eyes, another for mouths. Students roll the two dice, sketch the face, then write a short dialogue (maybe three sentences) that fit the expression!)
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