Hobbits in the snow? Wearing boots? Surely! Here are some pictures from a recent visit to Forochel!
A few days ago I was visiting the northern lands of Forochel (or Frosty-shell, which is the name us Laurelin hobbits tend to use). The reason I went there was to make a suitable yule-ish drawing for the Laurelin hobbit yule video ((hint hint – send those screenshots to me before December 21st, hobbits)). However, I really love tumbling around in them snowy lands for other reasons too. The views are spectacular, the night skies are grand, and any excuse to wear even more yellow clothes than usual is surely a worthy one? That’s right, it is. So I took the opportunity to make a few extra drawings, which yer can see below. Enjoy!
Sûri-kylä as seen from the ice floes in the bay outside of the village. Much though I hate bathing, us sturdy hobbits are quite capable of swimming around there. Hobbit metabolism, I suppose. I gained morale faster than the freezing waters sapped it from me. Just look out for the barrier of instant incapacitation…
Sadly, he had no biscuits. Claimed the bears had got them, he did. So I went off exploring for them (and biscuits) elsewhere. Fine though the northern lights are, I love it when the sun rises too, so things looked much brighter!
How about yer others, is Forochel a favourite zone too? Or are there other places yer would recommend I go visit instead? Please offer yer suggestions below! Especially if there are any places with lots of biscuits.