The Kingsguard by jae

The Kingsguard

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Added: Mar 13, 2003
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Guest's picture

i would think the guy upfront being older and having a sheild and sword is Ser Barristan Selmy--the guy on the right could be Ser Meryn Trant. the guy on the left who knows maybe preston greenfield

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For those who aren't sure which members of the Kingsgard these three are, its (Left to Right) Ser Aerys Oakheart, Ser Barristan Selmy, and Ser Meryn Trant. Trant is indeed a rather shady character ...

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I wish you would post explanations of your pictures! I sense dissention in the guy on the right, and it seems like there's a story. Very nice feel, with the color and tone.

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You do such a great job with armour, and with the reflections on it. I am in awe of your control of light. And you don't glamour-ise the subjects - they're very nicely portrayed. I envy your talent and appreciate your work.

~DazedKitten

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Robert's Kingsguard included Jaime Lannister.
Excellent, it captures their essence quite well. Both their glory and, perhaps temporary, fall.

goldseven's picture

Well, I had to comment on this one Smile Great work, I love the colours (as in all your works) and the perspective, which makes the three towering and imposing. Who is who? Is this Robert's old Kingsguard? I suppose so, because I don't think I see Jaime Lannister or the Hound...

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This is a peice of a larger image depicting seven knights of the kingsguard, it was done for the collectible card game "The Game of Thrones" wich is based on the novel series by George R. R. Martin. The full image is available on my personal site.

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This is a really intriguing image, there is definitely some sort of story at work here. I would like to see a commentary from you to go with this picture.
You've give the figures a fascinating statue-like quality, almost as if they are carved from marble or even glass.

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I amn a long-time admirer, and I must say, the full version was better. =) Anyways, I still love it. The courageous, the pious, and the potential traitor... great Stuff.

Art at its best.