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I am obsessed with Lee Pace. So my blog is pretty much full of him.
I also can't live without art, therefore I make this blog about Lee Pace fan art: http://leepaceart.tumblr.com/

My online portfolio:
http://www.behance.net/tessachen
My twitter: @realtessachen
My art tumblr: http://tessafebiani.tumblr.com/
My music blog with idlecuriosity: http://eartoears.wordpress.com/
I own this crafts store: http://theminacrafts.com/ Feel free to shop there!

Apr 23

fyeahbookbinding:

Funny journals by anrol designs on Etsy.



folksaga:

Gothic Binding (1300-1600)

This was my very first attempt to make a Gothic binding and I loved it! Making the brass furnishings perfectly straight proved to be quite a challenge but I’m happy with them for being the first attempt and for being under time pressure when I made them. Gothic bindings were often elaborately decorated with blindtooling, metal furnishings, fastenings, endbands and painted edges. On my book I chose to cut back on the decorations and fastenings but I couldn’t resist making the beautiful braided leather endbands which is one of the many gorgeous types of endbands that were common on these books.

Must.. make.. more!

(via fyeahbookbinding)


strangely-off-kilter:

"This touch was a gift given to him, but not by anyone in particular. There was no books, no instructions, no manufacturer’s warranty. It just was." ~ The Narrator


Apr 22

sakuram0chi:

"Richard and I had some very intense scenes together. In real life we are about the same size, but in the film he is a dwarf and I am even taller than in reality. And so we rehearsed together, but each filmed on their own – and that was very complicated because our movements still had to fit together. It was like a dance without music, but with a very complicated choreography. And when I saw some of these scenes completely done for the first time I was completely blown away. Especially because the surrounding is so beautiful: The underground realm of Thranduil has become staggering in its magical gloom – and Mirkwood, the forest above, is almost psychedelic.” Lee Pace X

(via richardandlee)


Apr 21
meganpicturetaker:

Bombay Bicycle ClubPhotographed at CoachellaIndio, CaliforniaApril 19, 2014

meganpicturetaker:

Bombay Bicycle Club
Photographed at Coachella
Indio, California
April 19, 2014

(via hellyeahbombaybicycleclub)



Apr 17
howtotrainyourdragon:

ONE WEEK left of our second Dragon Rider Challenge! Upload your best How to Train Your Dragon artwork to Twitter or Instagram with #DragonsChallenge2 to be entered for a chance to win a limited edition lithograph!  

howtotrainyourdragon:

ONE WEEK left of our second Dragon Rider Challenge! Upload your best How to Train Your Dragon artwork to Twitter or Instagram with #DragonsChallenge2 to be entered for a chance to win a limited edition lithograph!  


neekko:

iguanamouth:

WHERE are they getting this stuff !!

I’d like to think human hoarders were secretly dragons in their past lives.

(via jessicatattack)


Apr 15
mrsleegrinnerpace:

Now you can say Lee autographed your blog.

mrsleegrinnerpace:

Now you can say Lee autographed your blog.


jhenne-bean:

w4ffles:

lohrien:

Disney Papercrafts by Jackie Huang

Damn.

*A*

(via paperclutz)


Apr 13

hopscotchstop:

Rapunzel - Paper cut concertina book.

(via paperclutz)


Apr 12

awkmitage:

That one (and only) time Richard spoke about Lee and it was hilariously awkward. (x)

BONUS:

What really gets me about this is that you can give him a topic, any topic and he’ll talk your ear off. Mention Lee and he clams up. Not even about Thorin and Thranduil. That, he can talk about endlessly. It’s just the mention of Lee that gets him all stammer-y. Couldn’t change the topic fast enough!

I mean, that confrontation was one of the big scenes in DoS. You can’t tell me the only thing you can say about it is that it was interesting.


Apr 11
“There’s a much longer version of Mirkwood that we shot. Umm… there’s a really beautiful sequence where Bombur falls into the stream, the Enchanted Stream, and we have to carry him. And then also, Thorin and Bilbo see the white stag, which is this sort of manifestation of the Elf King, kind of projecting himself into the forest. And Thorin kind of symbolically tries to kill the stag with his crossbow. Which I…you know, that was really disappointing that that couldn’t be in the film because I do think, I think it’s like a little beacon of the relationship between Thorin and the Elf King.” Richard Armitage in The Hobbit Twitter Q&A : “What scenes will be included on the extended edition of Desolation?” (via richardandlee)

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