Now Melkor came to Avathar and sought her out; and he put on again the form that he had worn as the tyrant of Utumno: a dark Lord, tall and terrible. In that form he remained ever after. There in the black shadows, beyond the sight even of Manwë in his highest halls, Melkor with Ungoliant plotted his revenge. But when Ungoliant understood the purpose of Melkor, she was torn between lust and great fear; for she was loath to dare the perils of Aman and the power of the dreadful Lords, and she would not stir from her hiding. Therefore Melkor said to her: Do as I bid; and if thou hunger still when all is done, then I will give thee whatsoever thy lust may demand. Yea, with both hands.í Lightly he made this vow, as he ever did; and he laughed in his heart. Thus did the great thief set his lure for the lesser.
I was born in Madrid, where I finished my studies as an Illustrator and graphic designer.
Since young I was captivated by mythology and the world of folklore, as well as any story that would enroll a series of nightmare creatures, fantasy characters or the eternal fight between good and evil.
Angus Mcbride, John Howe, Alan lee, and Ted Nasmith are some of the authors that have influenced my work since then.
I pay special attention to details when I work. I design mainly by pencil; afterwards I apply color and textures digitally.
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.