A lot of movies that I have taken screenshots from do not have color like this one. I couldn't believe how well the shots came out. I mean, look at these!
Radagast the Brown, I believe that is his name. It may not look the way on different screens like it does on my screen...but the greens in the background are incredible! Look at the blue orb in his staff! ~shrill cry~ AWESOME.
I like Radagast. He's cool. He is totally like me. In the sense that I prefer animals over human companionship. But I have no magical powers...as it would seem. That, or I just haven't unlocked my TRUE POTENTIAL!! Oh dear, I went a little "Ninjago" there...
But I do have magical powers. As of now. I just need to unlock them.
Then there are two here of Galadriel. (I am quite sure that is her name.) I can't express how much respect I have for her...
But they did turn out really well. The blues and purples and the like. They turned out beautifully.
But I believe that I said something about Ori, and I have neglected that up until now.
I took screenshots with the captions on. If you watch the beginning scene when the Dwarves raid Bilbo's pantry with the captions on, there are a bunch of funny things that the dwarves say to each other in the background.
Here is what I came up with.
DO YOU SEE ALL THE BROWNS?!?!!? THEY ARE BEAUTIFULLLLLL!!!!!!
Anyway, this is what I was talking about.
And then there was this thing I found on Pinterest moments ago. It fit the theme.
That would make them "knittens."
That was a joke.
A play on words.
I crochet and don't really have an interest in knitting. I don't do that much crochet as it is either...
One of my favorite parts is when Bilbo makes the comment about how it's not a dishcloth, it's a doily. And how it's supposed to have holes in it, it's crochet. Then Bofur makes the comment about how it's a wonderful game...or something like that. ~facepalm~ Hilarious.
I honestly repeat that line about how it's not a dish cloth--towel, one of the two--every day. It's CROCHET.
I think it was Bofur. Oh dear. I swear I will get them all in line one day. Hehe.
One more thing before I go.
So as a result of that, my Hobbit name is Daisy Foxburr of Loamsdown, and my Elven name is Idril Helyanwë. I think the Elvish one is pretty...and I may start going by that in real life. Once I can pronounce it correctly. I think it's pretty basic. Id-ril, like "lid-shrill." Something like that.
Unless it's Idril, like "eye-drill."
Or nothing like that altogether.
I still like it.
Daisy is a cute name, however.
Meh, we'll see.
Happy almost the end of April.
I shall return.