I've been doing Tolkien related stuff for a long time, up to something I finished just this week past. I've already posted a pencil drawing and a computer vector graphic of Eowyn from "Lord of the Rings," and a small interpretation of Ulmo the Valar from "The Silmarillion" cut out of heavy watercolor paper. These I am posting now are all cut out of paper and painted, gouache or acrylic.
Tolkien designed in colored pencil heraldic devices for elven characters from "The Silmarillion." I've rendered some of them in 3d relief.
These are about six inches across and are, top left to bottom right, two of Idril Celebrimdor, Melian the Maiar and Luthien Tinuviel.
This is a deeper cut-out rendering of a drawing from "The Hobbit." The black and white is Tolkien's version.
For this I took the trees from another "The Hobbit" illustration and used it for an image of the arrival of Earendil at Elvenhome.
I did some very small items from his heraldic devices that I am not so much proud of as am very fond of. I'm really just the atelier. (But then so are we all who are aware of God) These are another Idril Celebrimdor (he did a lot for her.), the floral rosette; and Elwe Singollo, Thingol.
I've done iconic personifications of "Silmarillion" Valar. These are Manwe of the Winds; Varda, the Star Kindler (the mouth is NOT successful); Uinen of the Sea, which I think works well; and Yavanna, which I'm most happy with. Manwe and Varda are under 3 inches, Uinen is 4 inches and Yavanna, giver of fruition, is 5 inches.