The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Coloring Book

Author: Warner Brothers Studio

Publisher: Harper Design

ISBN:

Category: Games

Page: 80

View: 734

Experience your favorite characters and enchanted scenes from one of the most famous fantasy worlds every created—Middle-earth—in a brilliant new way with this first authorized coloring book based on the Academy Award-winning epic motion picture trilogy The Lord of the Rings directed by Peter Jackson. The groundbreaking, award-winning The Lord of the Rings film trilogy directed by Peter Jackson brought J.R.R. Tolkien's magical world of Middle-earth radiantly to life for millions worldwide. Now, fans can explore this enchanted universe as never before with the official The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Coloring Book. Embark on your own coloring adventure through the lands of Middle-earth, from the grim landscape of Mordor to the majestic realms of Minas Tirith and Rivendell, from the Fellowship's frightening journey through the mines of Moria to the Battle of Pelennor Fields. The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Coloring Book is packed with black-and-white line illustrations-all breathtaking in detail-that showcase favorite characters, including Gandalf, Aragorn, Legolas, Frodo, Sam, and Gollum, as well as iconic creatures such as the tree-like Ents, the fearsome Balrog and the hideous Shelob. This companion book also features some of the unforgettable props used in the films, such as the One Ring, Frodo's sword Sting, and Arwen's beautiful Evenstar. The line drawings in The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Coloring Book are printed on heavy stock paper that absorb colors and prevents them from bleeding through no matter which medium-paint, marker, pen, pencil, or crayon-you choose. Whether you want to color each image true to life or prefer to add your own imaginative flourish, the choice is up to you! An exciting, artistic journey through Middle-earth, The Lord of the Rings Movie Trilogy Coloring Book is ideal for dedicated Rings fans, coloring enthusiasts, and anyone looking for a few hours of creative fun.

The Hobbit Movie Trilogy Colouring Book

Author: Warner Brothers

Publisher: HarperCollins

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 80

View: 729

Experience your favourite characters from one of the most famous fantasy worlds ever created - Middle-earth - in a brilliant new way with this authorised colouring book based on the epic motion picture trilogy The Hobbit, directed by Peter Jackson. The Hobbit film trilogy brought J.R.R. Tolkien��e�(tm)s incredible world of Middle-earth to life for millions of people. Now you can add your own artistic touches and explore this enchanted universe as never before.

LORD OF THE RINGS - FELLOWSHIP OF THE RING

INSIDERS' GUIDE

Author: Brian Sibley

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

Page: 95

View: 738

This highly-illustrated Movie Guide features black and white photos on every spread, together with 16 pages of stunning colour photos. It is packed with interviews with the cast and crew, background to the film, features on special effects, monsters and make-up and also, how Peter Jackson's vision became a reality! - Brian Sibley spent weeks in New Zealand with the film team gathering material for this fun and insightful book.

The Lord of the Rings

The Making of the Movie Trilogy

Author: Brian Sibley

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Animated films

Page: 191

View: 806

This illustrated collector's edition charts the making of Peter Jackson's $300 million blockbuster from start to finish, giving the reader unlimited access to cast and crew. It includes a behind-the-scenes guide to the second film The Two Towers, featuring colour photographs of the cast, locations, sets, monsters and costumes, and an overview of the making of the film trilogy since 1997.

The Rough Guide to the Lord of the Rings

Author: Paul Simpson

Publisher: Rough Guides

ISBN:

Category: Social Science

Page: 304

View: 659

Provides information on the plots, characters, themes, and meanings of the "Lord of the Rings" novels.

Tolkien: A Look Behind The Lord Of The Rings

A Look Behind The Lord Of The Rings

Author: Lin Carter

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN:

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 208

View: 958

Lin Carter introduces readers to Tolkien's epic trilogy then takes them on a scholarly yet populist journey through the massive web of myths and legends that Tolkien drew on for both imagery and themes during his life's work. Carter's book places Tolkien's trilogy in the context of world mythology and legend and is a tribute to Tolkiens power of assimilation and original vision. It is the ideal introduction to the background of the LORD OF THE RINGS for the legions of new fans.

The Lord of the Rings Official Movie Guide

Author: Brian Sibley

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Fellowship of the ring. (Motion picture)

Page: 120

View: 853

This fully authorized guide is the perfect introduction to New Line Cinema's The Lord of the Rings trilogy. With lavish full-bleed production stills and biographies of the stars and the filmmakers, this book gives readers privileged access to behind-the-scenes material found nowhere else. Full color.

The Lord of the Rings Location Guidebook

Author: Ian Brodie

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Lord of the rings, the fellowship of the ring (Motion picture)

Page: 176

View: 349

The only authorised guide to the many New Zealand locations used in the filming of all three Lord of the Rings films. Since the first screening of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring in 2001, New Zealand has become the embodiment of Middle-earth to millions of moviegoers and Tolkien readers the world over. This definitive full-colour guidebook, completely updated and expanded since it was first published as a New Zealand exclusive edition for Christmas 2002, showcases the principal movie set locations around New Zealand as seen in all three films. A perfect book for those swept away by the beauty of the locations in the Lord of the Rings trilogy, it includes: * Maps and location directions * Useful touring information including accommodation, food and entertainment suggestions * GPS references to location sites * Exclusive movie photographs, plus stunning before-and-after photos by the author * Sections written specially by Peter Jackson (Director), Alan Lee (Designer), Richard Taylor (Special FX) and Barrie Osborne (Producer), plus contributions from all the actors

The Lord of the Rings Sketchbook

Author: Alan Lee

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Illustration of books

Page: 192

View: 276

In this large-format hardback Alan Lee, production designer on The Lord of the Rings movie trilogy, discusses his approach to painting the pictures in the authorized illustrated edition of The Lord of the Rings. The book contains over 100 of his sketches and rejected pieces to show how the project progressed from concept to finished art. The book also contains 25 colour paintings reproduced in full-page glory.

Dictionary of Toys and Games in American Popular Culture

Author: Frank Hoffmann

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN:

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 156

View: 831

Keep the information you need on playthings and pop culture at your fingertips! The Dictionary of Toys and Games in American Popular Culture is an A-to-Z reference guide to the playthings that amused us as children and fascinate us as adults. This enlightening—and entertaining—resource, complete with cross-references, provides easy access to concise but detailed descriptions that place toys and board games in their social and cultural contexts. From action figures to yo-yos, the book is your tour guide through the museum of sought-after collectibles and forgotten treasures that mirror the fads and fashions that helped define pop culture in the United States. The Dictionary of Toys and Games in American Popular Culture is a historical, yet current, reflection of society’s ever-changing attitudes toward childhood and its cultural touchstones. The book is filled with physical descriptions of each entry, including size, color, and material composition, and the age group most often associated with the item. It also includes biographical sketches of inventors, manufacturers, and distributors— a virtual “Who’s Who” of the American toy industry, including Milton Bradley, Walt Disney, and Jim Henson. With a brief glimpse through its pages or a lengthy look from cover to cover, you’ll discover (or re-discover) real hero action figures, toys with commercial tie-ins, fast-food promotional giveaways, penny prize package toys, and advertising icons and characters in addition to beloved toys and board games like Etch-a-Sketch®, Lincoln Logs®, Colorforms®, Yahtzee®, and Burp Gun, the first toy advertised on nationwide television. The Dictionary of Toys and Games in American Popular Culture presents easy-to-access and easy-to-read descriptions of such toys as: Barbie®, bendies, and Beanie Babies® Monopoly®, Mr. Machine®, and Mr. Potato Head™ Pez®, Plah-Doh®, and Pound Puppies® Scrabble®, Silly Putty®, and Slinky® Tiddly Winks®, Tinker Toys®, and Twister™ and looks at the people behind the scenes of the biggest names in toys, including LEGO® (Ole Kirk Christiansen) Fisher-Price® (Homer G. Fisher) Mattel® (Ruth and Elliott Handler) Hasbro™ (Alan, Merrill, and Stephen Hassenfeld) Toys R Us® (Charles Lazarus) Parker Brothers® (Edward and George Parker) F.A.O. Schwartz (Frederick Schwartz) Kenner® (Albert Steiner) Tonka® (Russell L. Wenkstern) The Dictionary of Toys and Games in American Popular Culture also includes an index and a selected bibliography to meet your casual or professional research needs. Faster (and more entertaining) than searching through a vast assortment of Web sites for information, the book is a vital resource for librarians, toy collectors and appraisers, popular culture enthusiasts, and anyone with an interest in toys—past and present.