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Lond Daer inspiration

barteldvn

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This is the thread for Lond Daer related inspiration/concept art. Concepts can be for ruining, vegetation, interiors, towers, walls, statues... This is no place for discussions. Any off-topic replies will be deleted.
You can provide a short description if deemed necessary, but try to keep it simple.
 

RubenPieterMark

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Raffyyy

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Here's some pictures of the North Yorkshire Moors, which I live near.

This is the type of coastline I imagine with the second picture being slightly closer to Andrast

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Then this is general terrain and hills around Lond Daer

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And these would be slightly more mountainous areas

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Will_em

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I didn’t read the entire thread, but make sure you take a look at the climate that is present on that area on the map. I believe there are climate maps online for each region of middle earth. Might give you some more inspiration.
 

Slowlex_

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I didn’t read the entire thread, but make sure you take a look at the climate that is present on that area on the map. I believe there are climate maps online for each region of middle earth. Might give you some more inspiration.
Ye I think that eriol does stuff like that even without climate maps.
 
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