Yes, although the death rider is fighting for the good ones in the end, he was in my bad guy suggestion, for the dead warriors (oathbreakers) of dunharrow are evil spirits, haunting the valleys at night so that everybody hides full of fear inside, doos and windows shut. So before the fullfilling of the oath in 'Return of the King', they have refused, I think they belong to the bad ones.
I voted for the dead horse rider this time, but it was a tough choice. I think sculpt-wise, a really emaciated horse with ribs showing and sunken hindquarters would work, as a starved horse looks strikingly different from a healthy horse. (Sculpting a horse skeleton in that scale that was even remotely close to realistic would be a nightmare.)
Indeed Wendy. But once you've seen those horse-skins Danes hung over a wooden rack next to a hidden pond very many years ago ... I saw it some years ago as that outside museum was opened ... a pond for gifts to the gods ... appalling
(i'm not sure to understand that one... but anyway... I'm waiting for my provider answer.. everything is ready to upload the new forum (I even made banners and new logo), it's only a matter of short time now)
"Elves seldom give unguarded advice, for advice is a dangerous gift, even from the wise to the wise, and all courses may run ill."(Gildor Inglorion, LOTR1)