Sketch of Sandor Clegane, aka “The Hound,” one of my favorite characters from A Song of Ice and Fire / Game of Thrones.
In addition to being one of the most kick-ass ladies in A Song of Ice and Fire / Game of Thrones, Brienne is also one of the most interesting.
May this illustration prove my loyalty for Team Brienne!
Here’s Varys, from the A Song of Ice and Fire series and Game of Thrones on HBO, being all secretive and stuff.
A recent twitter exchange made me realized that Daenerys is unfortunately becoming (in the Game of Thrones TV series, at least) more and more like Michael and Claire from LOST.
"THEY TOOK MY SON/BABY/DRAGONS" times a million.
And before that “BOATS BOATS BOATS”
Basically, all the annoying bits from LOST. So I went ahead and made this Game of Thrones / LOST crossover pic for the lulz.
In my opinion, Ser Jorah is a much more interesting character. As was Charlie over Claire, anyway.
"Where the Wildlings Are"
Here’s a fun bit of Game of Thrones / A Song of Ice and Fire fan art featuring Jon Snow, Sam and Ghost beyond the Wall.
A quick illustration of Sam from #GameOfThrones doing some thinking.
Done for drawedgoods
"Caffeine is Coming"
Some quick coffee shop sketches.
Done for drawedgoods.
A quick sketch of Gregor “The Mountain that Rides” Clegane, from the “A Song of Fire and Ice” novels. I had posted this a while back on my blog, but apparently forgot to put it on Tumblr. I just received a request to post it here, so here it goes!
Also, here’s the link to my "Game of Thrones" category on my personal blog.
My illustration of Davos Seaworth from the “A Song of Fire and Ice” novels by George R. R. Martin.
Davos isn’t one of the flashier characters in the novels, but he has become of of my favorites. He’s similar to Eddard Stark in that he’s a very honest and loyal character, but has a past as a smuggler. This not-quite-legal career path led Davos to knighthood after he snuck into a besieged castle to deliver foodstuffs. Stannis Baratheon rewarded him for this venture, but took had Davos’s left-hand fingers cut off at the first joint as a punishment for smuggling. Davos kept the finger bones in a pouch around his neck to remind himself of the past and the actions that earned his family their name.
Honor from dishonor, in a way.
OH, and I drew an onion on his sword hilt just for fun.
"The Maid of Tarth"
An illustration of Brienne, from the “A Song of Fire and Ice” novels, gripping Jaime Lannister’s sword, Oathkeeper. Coming up next in this illustrated portrait series are Davos Seaworth and Reek.
Here’s a slightly unsettling illustration of Cersei & Jaime Lannister. Well, I guess any illustration of the both of them would have at least a LITTLE unsettling.
I inked this illustration before HBO’s Game of Thrones series came out, so this was based off of my memory of the novels.