|17 Dec 2003|| Susanne 'Sasa' Müller|
blame on all that haven't cried in this scene .... isn't Boromir just the most perfect of all the gondorians, simply perfect?
btw ... great drawing, like it a lot!*goes looking at the other pics*
~sasa Jonathan W. Horne
replies: "Thanks for the comment Sasa!I do unashamedly admit to shedding tears at this scene . I like your gallery as well! (The witch one is my favorite)"
|8 Jan 2004|| Gracia 'Gengar' Soria|
So sad... I like his expresion, so pasive, so peaceful *tears* A very nice pic. Jonathan W. Horne
replies: "I do owe Peter Jackson for making my opinion of Boromir higher than it was when I read the books. He definately became more of a tragic character to me after I saw the movie. Thanks for the comments!"
|11 Apr 2004|| Helen Campbell|
It's soooo sad,the expression is so perfect, it looks as though he is ready to be layen to rest. Great picture
|29 Nov 2004|| TomAnonymous YoungGun90@hot...com>|
well.. what to say exept the scene of the death of Boromir is a tragic scene where u really for the first time in the fellowship of the ring can see Boromirs noble spirit, loyalty, glory.. he lays everything he hold dear in the hands of a stranger who is later to be king of his city..
sure i dont shed any tears
but i can really feel the sadness flooding through my heart even when i think about it! Great pic.. *Keep up the good working
/ Celindor Cel-Ninen.. or just Tom^^ Jonathan W. Horne
replies: "thanks for the comment, I always enjoy recieving new ones!"
|13 Jan 2005|| Queen Ninny|
*sniffles* Very good picture, probably the best one of them I've seen. You captured the seen wonderfully. I never cried when I saw the death seen, i never crie at movies. I'm the type of person who would laugh at a funarl. But I think I accaly cried when I watched it again last night. I need a tissue*_*