A Song of Ice and Fire drawings

The George R.R. Martin world and characters as I see them

I’m working on building my personal library of A Song of Ice and Fire, by George R.R. Martin, characters, places and situations as I see them in my mind.
There are a lot of talented artists which already have been up to the task, I admire so many of them, and there’s a magic quality in their work that gets to me very deeply.
The George R.R. Martin novels, the world he created, are so powerful and beautiful and scary, that my imagination runs wild there.
So I put on paper what I see, and feel, what delights me and what scares me.
It’s work in progress, here are the drawings I made in the last few months.

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Ser Arthur Dayne – Fighting with Dawn
Aerion 'Brightflame' Targaryen
Aerion ‘Brightflame’ Targaryen at the time of the Third Blackfyre Rebellion. Prince Aerion Targaryen, also known as Aerion Brightflame or Aerion the Monstrous, second son of king Maekar I Targaryen and Lady Dyanna Dayne
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White Walker / Forest / Euron
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Ser Arthur Dayne – Portrait
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The sword Dawn hilt – Concept art; draft
Winterfell structural elements
The structural elements of Winterfell a described in the Bran chapter of A Game of Thrones
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King Euron in valyrian steel armor
Aeoron Damphair Greyjoy
Aeron Damphair Greyjoy bound on the Silence’s prow
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The Iron Throne hall where Euron crow and Daenerys dragon converge

Illustrations Licensing

If anyone would like to use these pictures for their ASOIAF work; podcasts, YouTube videos, blog articles, etc., is more than welcome to it!
I’m happy to share my drawings in the A Song of Ice and Fire community, under the Creative Commons licensing rule Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-ND 4.0)
You are free to:
Share — copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format for any purpose, even commercially. Giving credit to the author.

A Song of Ice and Fire watercolor illustrations

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