Marcell Szabó

Marcell Szabó

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Aquariumspecialist t guppie | Aquariumspecialist-t-guppie.nl

Types of Guppies - The guppy (Poecilia reticulata), also known as millionfish and rainbow fish, is one of the world's most widely distributed tropical fish, and one of the most popular freshwater aquarium fish species.

In that last hour Beorn appeared. He came alone and in bear's shape, and he seemed to have grown almost to giant-size in his wrath. The roar of his voice was like drums and guns, and he tossed wolves and goblins from his path like straws and feathers. He fell upon their rear and broke like a clap of thunder through the ring.

Beorn “In that last hour, Beorn himself had appeared — no one knew how or from where. He came alone, and in bear’s shape; and he seemed to have grown almost to giant-size in his wrath. The roar of his.

Concept art for Thranduil's pauldrons and gauntlets from "The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies" (2014). As is typical of the elven aesthetic established for the trilogy, the armor reflects sinuous leaf-like lines.

Concept art for Thranduil's pauldrons and gauntlets from "The Hobbit: Battle of the Five Armies" As is typical of the elven aesthetic established for the trilogy, the armor reflects sinuous leaf-like lines. Looks kinda like some knights of Gwynn armor

Thror's Prologue Armour - The Hobbit, part I - A selection of concept design from the first installment of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, Chronicles: Art and Design - The Art of Nick Keller

If you've enjoyed The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, time for a look behind the art of the movie with this selection of concept art by John Howe, Alan Lee

Mirkwood palace guard - armour components The Hobbit, part II - The Art of Nick Keller

Mirkwood Palace Guard Armour Components - The Hobbit, part II - Concept design as seen in The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, Chronicles: Art & Design and Smaug: Unleashing the Dragon - The Art of Nick Keller

The Hobbit, part II - The Art of Nick Keller

The Weta Workshop Design Studio devised a brand new set of Elven armour and weapons for The Hobbit. These new artefacts referenced the design language established for the Elves on The Lord of the Rings, but also contained fresh motifs unique to the Elven