serpentine steps

Heehee, I can’t help drawing them again. :) Sansa is running back to her room after her first meeting in the godswood with Dontos, and who should just happen to pop out of a hidden door…?

Characters © George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and HBO’s Game of Thrones.

khaleesi and little bird

Dany in uber-happy Khaleesi form and my beloved Sansa. More coloring practice, except these aren’t old!!

Dany, Daenerys Targaryen, & Sansa Stark are copyright George RR Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire and HBO’s A Game of Thrones.

Ardee and Caurib

I was sort of amazed it took so long to get more female characters into Joe Abercrombie’s first book of The First Law trilogy, The Blade Itself.

Ardee is pretty darn worth the wait, and I just liked Caurib’s nasty description, not to mention the way Bayaz entirely subdued her, but then later gave her a wee more credence. I find myself waiting excitedly for the Ardee parts more and more…

Now of course, I’m about less than a hundred pages from finishing the first book and we have a couple more ladies. The deadly Ferro, vicious Terez, wimpy Ardiss (Ardiss doesn’t really count but she sounds amusing to draw)…

Characters are from The First Law trilogy and belong to Joe Abercrombie.

poor Jorah…

I had to draw this A Clash of Kings scene after weeks of hunky Iain Glen’s performances on A Game of Thrones.  I can literally see him burying his undying love painfully every time he’s about to speak to Dany.  It’s marvelous.

This, however, is book Jorah.  Jorah in his stocky, dark, hairy fineness.  Poor Jorah. As if to pour salt in his wounds, in the books Qartheen gowns left one breast exposed.  A man can only last so long.

Concept and characters © George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire series and HBO’s A Game of Thrones.