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Khazad-Dum/The Fellowship of the Ring . As a Tolkien lover, I see it an honor to build his stuff in Lego. I've seen two of the three movies, but am watching the third one tonight. I love Fellowship, but thought The Two Towers was long and depressing. I build according to how I imagine it, not from Peter Jackson's interpretation. . My Balrog. Gollum. I will always have a spot in my heart for Gollum. I played him in a play of The Hobbit. I do not like how Gollum was done in the movie. He was too "hissy." My voice is more british. Figure out how that works. Gandalf's beard is made from cotton and his mustache is gray fur that I pulled off of the head of an Albert Einstein action figure. I put a piece of scotch tape over the face before glueing the fuzz on. "Alive without breath As cold as death. Never thirsty, Ever drinking, All in mail, Never clinking." Legolas' bow is a flick fire missile attached to a gray clip-stud with horns on both sides. "And My Ax." This one is pretty self explanatory. Pippin is in front, Merry is in back. The ring that Frodo is holding is the top half of a key painted gold. He is just awesome. The chaps are made of duct tape. I usually use them for clone commanders. Goblins are creepy. DUH!!! Though most people imagine him huge, I imagine the Balrog of Morgoth relatively small in this scene, but he has the ability to grow larger. When reading The Silmarillion, I imagined the Balrogs bigger. Here is the bridge. I imagine it with more buttresses than the movie credits it with.


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