I haven’t done CRAzy Captioning for a while. So I thought that in honor of today’s sneak peak of “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug”, that I would share a few Hobbit related Richard Armitage graphics.
Now CRAzy Captioning is all in good fun, usually G or PG-13 rated (I know, darn!), and hopefully humorous. So enjoy the three graphics with my caption suggestions that I created for you below. Then if you wish, please suggest your own captions for each graphic.
- Richard Armitage’s Gestures with his hands in interviews draw a lot of positive attention from his fans. He is so wonderfully expressive and vibrant with his hands–as a good complement to his voice and facial expressions. Well, the example of the gesture in the fabulous Victoria Will portrait of RA in New York is a gesture that he uses quite often. In looking at such an image out of context from the interview, some of us RA fans joke that RA is identifying the attributes he likes in curvy women (T or A). Hey, we curvy women can dReAm. Can’t we? Ha! However, I came up with an alternative suggestion as to what his gesture might be referring to in my graphic at right:
- Richard Armitage’s Voice is so velvety smooth and stunningly deep that the Marianas Trench in the Pacific Ocean has nothing on RA. And if is voice couldn’t get any deeper, he lowered his voice even more to convey Thorin Oakenshield’s gravitas. Pretty much anything the man says makes us swoon. But the way that RA says the name of the Dwarf people’s betrayer’s (Elves) in the ninth Hobbit Production Video that is caught in the image in the graphic below turns me into “a puddle of womanly essence” every time I hear RA say “Elves” (or click here to download the ringtone courtesy of RAC) (Hobbit 9th Production Video):
- Richard Armitage’s Hair is also a topic of discussion amongst fans. We like it long–tickling his neck. We like it short and shorn–revealing his lovely head shape. We like him beardy, beardless, and/or stubbly. And don’t get me started on his chest hair, arm hair, and leg hair–love it! Several of you might know that apart from RA’s beautiful architectural clavicle and shoulders–not to mention his noble nose–I gigglingly admit to being quite enamored of RA’s long muscular neck. I’ll admit it. I’m a nibbler. So when I saw this Thorin Oakenshield image bringing together several of the hair and architectural features–long hair, beard, nose, neck, stubble on neck, I just couldn’t resist. See for yourselves in the graphic below: