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Gollum Maquettes

Maquettes, small preliminary models, can be made using traditional arts media or using new media technologies. This animated illustration exhibits a range of maquettes made as models of facial expressions for Gollum, the tortured creature brought to life for the
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Maquettes, small preliminary models, can be made using traditional arts media or using new media technologies. This animated illustration exhibits a range of maquettes made as models of facial expressions for Gollum, the tortured creature brought to life for the film adaptation of Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings."

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