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abbydraws:

visual study of my main character in a fairy tale type story. (still unsure of her age)
She is based on one of the  indigenous groups of the Philippines, Kalinga. it’s always been one of my goals to actually write stories using our rich culture and mythologies.

abbydraws:

visual study of my main character in a fairy tale type story. (still unsure of her age)

She is based on one of the indigenous groups of the Philippines, Kalinga. it’s always been one of my goals to actually write stories using our rich culture and mythologies.

kinko-white:

Eddard Stark, The Quiet Wolf….
http://kinko-white.deviantart.com/
 

kinko-white:

Eddard Stark, The Quiet Wolf….

http://kinko-white.deviantart.com/

 

kinko-white:

The Halls of Thranduil are great Elven Halls in northern Mirkwood, near the Mountains of Mirkwood
http://kinko-white.deviantart.com/

kinko-white:

The Halls of Thranduil are great Elven Halls in northern Mirkwood, near the Mountains of Mirkwood

http://kinko-white.deviantart.com/

bellegereotherys:

House Martell:
{ Queen Nymeria }

"…the warrior queen of the Rhoyne who had led her people across the Narrow Sea." -Arya, A Game of Thrones


"Nymeria had landed ten thousand ships upon Dorne’s sandy shores, but when she wed her Dornish prince she had burned them all and turned her back upon the sea forever." - Dany, A Dance with Dragons

{ Elia Martell }

" ‘The Princess Elia was a good and gracious lady, though her health was ever delicate.’ " - Dany, A Storm of Swords 


" ‘Princess Elia was a good woman, Your Grace. She was kind and clever, with a gentle heart and a sweet wit. I know the prince was very fond of her.’ " -Dany, A Storm of Swords 

{ Ellaria Sand }

"She was baseborn and unwed, and had home two bastard daughters for the prince, but she did not fear to even look the queen in the eye." -Sansa, A Feast for Crows 


"Ellaria’s cheeks were wet with tears, her dark eyes shining.  ‘Even weeping, she has a strength in her,’ the captain thought." -Areo Hotah, A Dance with Dragons 

{ Obara Sand }

"…the eldest Sand Snake, a big-boned woman near to thirty, with the close-set eyes and rat-brown hair of the Oldtown whore who’d birthed her.[…] On one hip she wore a coiled whip, across her back a round shield of steel and copper. She had left her spear outside…quick and strong as she was…" - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows

{ Nymeria Sand }

"Nymeria Sand was five-and-twenty, and as slender as a willow. Her straight black hair, worn in a long braid bound up with red-gold wire […] With her high cheekbones, full lips, and milk-pale skin…" - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows


"Nymeria, languid, elegant, olive-skinned, her long black braid bound up in red-gold wire […] She wore a gown of yellow silk so sheer and fine that the candles shone right through it to reveal the spun gold and jewels beneath. […] Nymeria was least dangerous when nearly naked. Elsewise she was sure to have a dozen blades concealed on her person." - Areo Hotah, A Dance with Dragons

{ Arianne Martell }

"Her hair was a mane of jet-black ringlets that fell to the small of her back, and around her brow was a band of copper suns. […] Where the Sand Snakes were tall, Arianne took after her mother, who stood but five foot two." - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows


"Do you see the white one, Quentyn? That is Nymeria’s star, burning bright, and that milky band behind her, those are ten thousand ships. She burned as bright as any man, and so shall I. You will not rob me of my birthright!" - Arianne Martell, A Feast for Crows

{ Tyene Sand }

"She was..dressed in a clinging gown of pale blue samite with sleeves of Myrish lace that made her look as innocent as the Maid herself. […] Her hair was gold as well, and her eyes were deep blue pools." - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows


"Tyene, blue-eyed and blond, a child-woman with her soft hands and little giggles. […] So modest and so innocent that any man who looked at her might think her the most chaste of maids. Areo Hotah knew better. Her soft, pale hands were as deadly as Obara’s callused ones, if not more so." - Areo Hotah, A Dance with Dragons

{ Sarella Sand }

"The Sphinx was always smiling, as if he knew some secret jape. It gave him a wicked look that went well with his pointed chin, widow’s peak, and dense mat of close-cropped jet-black curls. […] His father was a was a Dornishman, his mother a black-skinned Summer Islander. His own skin was dark as teak. And like the green marble sphinxes that flanked the Citadel’s main gate, Alleras had eyes of onyx." - Prologue, A Feast for Crows

bellegereotherys:

House Martell:

{ Queen Nymeria }

"…the warrior queen of the Rhoyne who had led her people across the Narrow Sea." -Arya, A Game of Thrones

"Nymeria had landed ten thousand ships upon Dorne’s sandy shores, but when she wed her Dornish prince she had burned them all and turned her back upon the sea forever." - Dany, A Dance with Dragons

{ Elia Martell }

" ‘The Princess Elia was a good and gracious lady, though her health was ever delicate.’ " - Dany, A Storm of Swords

" ‘Princess Elia was a good woman, Your Grace. She was kind and clever, with a gentle heart and a sweet wit. I know the prince was very fond of her.’ " -Dany, A Storm of Swords

{ Ellaria Sand }

"She was baseborn and unwed, and had home two bastard daughters for the prince, but she did not fear to even look the queen in the eye." -Sansa, A Feast for Crows

"Ellaria’s cheeks were wet with tears, her dark eyes shining.  ‘Even weeping, she has a strength in her,’ the captain thought." -Areo Hotah, A Dance with Dragons

{ Obara Sand }

"…the eldest Sand Snake, a big-boned woman near to thirty, with the close-set eyes and rat-brown hair of the Oldtown whore who’d birthed her.[…] On one hip she wore a coiled whip, across her back a round shield of steel and copper. She had left her spear outside…quick and strong as she was…" - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows

{ Nymeria Sand }

"Nymeria Sand was five-and-twenty, and as slender as a willow. Her straight black hair, worn in a long braid bound up with red-gold wire […] With her high cheekbones, full lips, and milk-pale skin…" - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows

"Nymeria, languid, elegant, olive-skinned, her long black braid bound up in red-gold wire […] She wore a gown of yellow silk so sheer and fine that the candles shone right through it to reveal the spun gold and jewels beneath. […] Nymeria was least dangerous when nearly naked. Elsewise she was sure to have a dozen blades concealed on her person." - Areo Hotah, A Dance with Dragons

{ Arianne Martell }

"Her hair was a mane of jet-black ringlets that fell to the small of her back, and around her brow was a band of copper suns. […] Where the Sand Snakes were tall, Arianne took after her mother, who stood but five foot two." - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows

"Do you see the white one, Quentyn? That is Nymeria’s star, burning bright, and that milky band behind her, those are ten thousand ships. She burned as bright as any man, and so shall I. You will not rob me of my birthright!" - Arianne Martell, A Feast for Crows

{ Tyene Sand }

"She was..dressed in a clinging gown of pale blue samite with sleeves of Myrish lace that made her look as innocent as the Maid herself. […] Her hair was gold as well, and her eyes were deep blue pools." - Areo Hotah, A Feast for Crows

"Tyene, blue-eyed and blond, a child-woman with her soft hands and little giggles. […] So modest and so innocent that any man who looked at her might think her the most chaste of maids. Areo Hotah knew better. Her soft, pale hands were as deadly as Obara’s callused ones, if not more so." - Areo Hotah, A Dance with Dragons

{ Sarella Sand }

"The Sphinx was always smiling, as if he knew some secret jape. It gave him a wicked look that went well with his pointed chin, widow’s peak, and dense mat of close-cropped jet-black curls. […] His father was a was a Dornishman, his mother a black-skinned Summer Islander. His own skin was dark as teak. And like the green marble sphinxes that flanked the Citadel’s main gate, Alleras had eyes of onyx." - Prologue, A Feast for Crows