Dwarven Children concepts by Daniel Falconer (DF) (his daughter is the girl in the first photo who consented only if she were made a dwarf princess) and Frank Victoria (FV) of WETA Workshop. From “The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey Chronicles.”
Made By: Armour and Weapons by Weta Workshop, Fabric Elements by 3 foot 7 Costume Dept.
Post 8/21 from the Costume Trail in Wellington. Another very reflective display case. Message me if you’d like higher resolution photos or other detail shots because I got loads of this costume and the Elf Lieutenant costume.
This prop Ringwraith sword was created by the Weta Workshop armoury during the production of “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy (New Line Cinema, 2001, 2002, 2003).
The sword has a lightweight aluminum blade specifically for stunt use and riding sequences and shows visible signs of wear from on-set combat. The urethane hilt was cast from molds taken from the original hero prop, and the sword was carefully hand-painted and extensively weathered.
This prop was part of a collection of authentic production-created movie props procured by official New Line Cinema licensee, United Cutlery directly from Weta Workshop and Three Foot Six Productions between 1999-2004 for reference in producing a collectible replica version for fans of the film franchise.
Made By: 3 foot 7 Costume Dept., Chainmaile by Weta Workshop.
Post 1/21 from the Costume Trail in Wellington. Sadly Bard’s costume was in a super glare-y position. It was really difficult to get good photos. Message me if you’d like higher resolution photos or other detail shots.
Peter wanted the sight of Thranduil in action to be like a maelstrom. He would be a swirling vortex of death. A way to show this was through the movement of the snow in the air around him, with his flashing blades leaving a trail of swirling snow and blood as he cleaved his way through the battle
Weta Workshop’s master swordsmith Peter Lyon has made this “One-of-a-kind” sword exclusively for Weta’s customers. The Late Medieval Longsword is a sword entirely of Peter’s design. It’s inspired by medieval European swords and by the mighty Centaur swords from The Chronicles Of Narnia - The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe.
Peter Jackson has been a fan of Doctor who for years. I have been told that he’s got my Doctor Who costume, he’s also got my Radagast the Brown costume and I’m hanging on to my own clothes because he’s not getting his hands on them I can tell you.
Sylvester McCoy [on if Peter Jackson should Direct a Doctor Who Episode(s)]