he gave them to mortal kings, sorcerers, and other warriors. With these rings the Nine achieved glory and grew wealthy, with the ability to turn invisible at will, not aging, but hating life as they were slowly drawn under Sauron’s dominion. Eventually all became Ringwraiths, the dreaded Nazgûl.
frodo at the ford
Nazgul from "The Lord of the Rings" by J.R.R. Tolkien, artwork by Alan Lee (British, 1947- )
Thurayyas - By Diego de Almeida
Witchking of-Angmar by Menton J. Matthews III
Diego de Almeida
The peaks of the Crissaegrim, wherein the eyries of Thorondor and the great Eagles of the North lay.
Paul Lasaine on theconceptartblog.com
King of Spades: "Witch-King of Angmar" by Marko Manev - Lord of the Rings