It is impossible to think of the Shire without thinking of the charming comforts of the hobbit community. And the centerpiece of it all, of course, is Bag End, the home of Bilbo Baggins. When we look the Lord of the Rings, the safety and the simple and lush pleasures of hobbit life challenge us. And now we can bring a little piece of that into our homes with the new Weta Workshop. the Lord of the Rings “End of bag on the hill” and “Hobbit Hole Thin Bag“Sculpture. These new collectibles LOTR “Environments” capture all the magic of a hobbit’s world in sculpture form.
The Weta workshop shares:
Each hobbit-hole is unique, expressing the personality of its inhabitants with color and beautifully adorned with gardens, furniture and rustic debris from everyday life. The permanent atmosphere of Bag End itself is one of lazy comfort, from the pretty, lightly overgrown gardens that marry its eaves to the welcoming clutter inside its labyrinthine rooms. Stretching around the hill in the shade of an old oak tree whose roots twist in its corridors, the great to smile reflects the sweet good humor of its hosts and the universal Hobbit love of simple pleasures.
This beautiful end of bag sculpture is perfection down to the smallest detail. Our favorite part? The warm light emanating from the windows. It really feels like the fire is crackling happily in the grill as a delicious stew simmers in a saucepan. You can even look inside the door of this cozy house. Will you see Bilbo at his desk? Or Frodo looking thoughtfully out the window. Weta Workshop has done amazing things LOTR front carving work. But it is by far the hottest.
And that the Lord of the Rings collectible also brings something new to the table. Leonard Ellis, Weta Workshop’s collection team leader, and Daniel Falconer, its artistic director, reveal a surprise in the sculpture. This miniature bag end offers a glimpse of the backdoor of the hobbit hole. John Howe, chief designer of The Lord of the Rings films, actually drafted the concept of the backdoor. But it was never built for the cinema. Weta Workshop brings Bag End’s backdoor to life for the first time in this sculpture.
All the detail work is also astonishing. From tiny flowers to the perfect mushrooms, to a perfect little bench for even smaller hobbits, we love it all. Atop the Bag End sculpture, the iconic oak tree offers its roots to the structure, adding a touch of ancient magic to the melee. This the Lord of the Rings the sculpture was “an environment hand carved by Gong Zhaohui with model making by Leonard Ellis and David Tremont.” Additional digital elements of Bawal Saggi.
This LOTR collectible sculpture will be a limited edition piece. But the size of the edition depends on the pre-orders. With such a level of complexity, this the Lord of the Rings sculpture is not cheap. The full version costs $ 1,199.00. However, Weta Workshop understands that a sculpture of this size (and cost) may not make sense to many people. So they also released a smaller version of the Bag End sculpture.
This one focuses on the front of Bag End and offers a smaller, but no less beautiful, taste of Middle-earth. Here, the price drops to $ 99.
The two versions of this incredible LOTR Collectible sculptures are available for pre-order now.