Beorn appears in “The Hobbit”: a man who could assume the appearance of a great black bear. He's described by Tolkien as very big, tall and strong. Beorn's design was tricky... He has to be menacing but somehow friendly... his savage side must be visible. When he's using his in human form, he's keeping himself calm but his strength is always ready to explode. Visually he should have some "angles" to suggest his ferocity, but a bear head is full of circle lines. The shape of his hair and beard must suggest the shape of a bear's head. His Irises are depicted with an intense orange hue, the same we find in wild animals. His pose hints his strength and his caution toward the viewer.