I return today to The Lord of the Rings and the Hobbits theme!
On this occasion, I painted two little guys known from books and movies - however, I did not follow the color of the bites shown in Peter Jackson's movies.
Miniatures are, of course, metal ones from GW over 20 years ago!
Despite their age, they still have that "something", or maybe it's the magic of the movie?
And so I have stayed until today!
Peregrin I Took, nicknamed Pippin in his youth, was the youngest participant in the Fellowship of the Ring.
Together with Meriadoc Brandybuck, called Merry, was captured by Uruk-hai, who attacked the Fellowship and killed the defending Boromir. The orcs were supposed to lead them to Isengard, but were defeated by the troop of Rohirrim's Éomer's cavalry. During the fight, Pippin and Merry fled to Fangorn, where they met Treeman, with whom they made friends. Then they went with the army of enters to Isengard. They headed west with Gandalf, Aragorn, Gimlim, Legolas and the troop of King Théoden. On the hill of Dol Baran Pippin looked into the palantír and made contact with Sauron.
Then Pelegrin went with Gandalf to Minas Tirith in Gondor, where in gratitude to Boromir offered his services to Denethor II and became a knight of Gondor. During the siege, Minas Tirith alerted Gandalf and Beregond about the madness of Denethor, thanks to which he saved Faramir's life...
During this time, Meriadoc entered the service of King Théoden. When Rohan was called to help Gondor, Merry set off with the Rohan horsemen for war. Éowin, helped him with this, taking him for her horse.
In the Battle of Pelennor Fields, he helped her destroy the Sorcerer of Angmar. As a result of the fight he was wounded. Was healed by Aragorn, who soon joined the throne of the United Kingdom. Marry became a Rohan knight and Éowin give him a horn from the dragon treasury...
|And all the best in Easter time!
Peace in your homes and in the world!