these are Aragorn son of Arathorn, Legolas Greenleaf, Gimli son of Gloin, Borimir of Gondor, Gandalf the Grey, Mithrandir(Gandalf the White), a Black Rider, and the Witchking of Angmar.
About this creation
these are my custom Lord of the Rings minifigures. This one is Aragorn. He has an Indiana Jones face, and he's wearing his armor from The Black Gate Opens. (sorry it's so dark)
Legolas. Fairly simple, with Qui-gon Jinn hair and an Episode II Anakin face.
Gimli. Again, fairly simple. Mostly just an average Dwarf. The only thing that really makes Gimli stand out is the fact that he has his walking axe...
...his battle axe...
...and his little throwing axe.
Boromir of Gondor, wearing his Captain of Gondor armor.
Gandalf the Grey. I devised a really cool way to make robes; you give the figure two capes, one going down his back, and the other going down his front. Then you double up a rubber band, and wrap it around their waist as a belt. (you can also put their sword in the belt)
Gandalf the White. Pretty similar to Gandalf the Grey, except that he's white (of course) and his face is the Viking King face instead of King Mathias.
I don't know about you, but I got really tired of everyone's Nazgul customs just being Emperer Palpatine with a black face, and the Whitchking the same but with a crown or Vladek helmet. So I divised a mroe original version; I used the cape/robe design again, and made them taller via the little neckpiece thingies that came with the Island Xtreme sets. The regular Nazgul has two (one on the neck and one on his hip) but the Witchking has three (two on the neck and on the hip)
The Witchking. Yes, yes, normally I don't like to alter customs through clay or paint, but this is neither; it's duct tape. It comes off without leaving a mark, and I really needed something to make a normal crown look like the Witchking helm.
The Witchking on his steed (I don't remember what they're called).
Quoting jordan barck
Cool but gimli needs a brown beard and legalos should have blond hair,
BTW, the witch kings steed is called the Nazgul.
Actually, Gimli's beard is brown, the picture is just really dark. And I agree that Legalos should have blond hair but about the only blond hairpiece that would work is the standard long hair, and I thought the Qui-gon Jinn hair looked better. Oh and I don't think the steed is called a Nazgul, because that's the name of the nine Ringwraiths.
Very Good Customs, I Don't Think I Know That Things Name Though- But The Witch King Does Say When He's On It And About To Have It Eat The Man (Forgot His Name) The Girl (Hers Too) Pops Infront Of It And Then He Says "You Stand Between The Nazgul And It's Pray?" Confuzzled I Am! BYE!