making sauron androgynous and feminine is my favorite thing ever. it fits, it's more interesting, and it hurts homophobic, misogynistic dudebro's feelings (even though there's canon to support a feminine look for sauron...they're so keen on keeping everything canon until it comes to their fav male villain being to a macho man. though idk what makes an eyeball more macho.)
WOW!!!! Awesome!!! This colours! That shapes! And lines! And what an idea!!! Not really know much about "Lord of the Rings", but it makes me interested in finding out more! And I hope you'll forgive me if I'll say, that your Sauron is so alike with Lord Pitchiner (Rise of the Guardians, Pitch Black). I'm sorry if I offended you with this comparison. P.S. Your style is awesome!
the Lord and the leutenant. i see in your painting the beauty of Sauron being swayed and awed at the power of Morgoth.this is a beautiful depiction.I cant remember reading that there is a female Valar nor a female Maiar in particular.
To put it very briefly, Morgoth is an archangel who messed with Eru's plans even as the world was being created (Eru is the God of Tolkien's universe), and later became the Satan-figure of that world, Mairon/Sauron is one of the (relatively) lesser angels that Morgoth converted to evil, and his most loyal lieutenant; after a very long while the gods and elves succeeed in banishing Morgoth forever (however since he is the original source of evil he was never really 'gone' from the world), and Sauron slowly began his own bid for world domination. During the period when a lot of people were fooled by his intentions, he helped a group of elves forge the Rings of Power, and secretly creating the One Ring for himself . . .