April 29th, 2017

Skagos

Gah!

It is deeply annoying when you've drawn four people and have got their faces and stance about right, then realise that the main problem with the drawing is that you've drawn them slightly too short and that there isn't enough paper to show their feet where feet should be. Nobody cares about feet!  Yet it looks weird to chop them off. 
House of Fëanor

Fëanor in the Halls of Mandos

Fëanor in the Halls of Mandos
5243 words, gen.

Fëanor comes to the Halls of Mandos, meets Námo (Mandos), his father, his mother (it doesn't go too well), and eventually, Fingolfin.
Fëanor's point of view. Darker than the rest in this series, because neither Námo nor Fëanor is too happy about how things have turned out.

I'm still not convinced Fëanor did choose to go to the Halls of Mandos, because it just seems like the kind of place that he would absolutely hate.

I don't know when this turned into an All Silmarillion All The Time blog. I expect it will wear off eventually.