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Sansa Stark by Amok by Xtreme1992 Sansa Stark by Amok by Xtreme1992
Princess Sansa Stark from "A Song of Ice and Fire".

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Alias: Little Bird, Alayne Stone, Lady Lannister , The Lost Wolfling
Title: Princess of Winterfell
Allegiance: House Stark, House Baelish of Harrenhal (as Alayne)
Culture: Northmen
Born: In 286AL, at Winterfell
Spouse: Tyrion Lannister

The portrait is made by Roman Papsuev also known as "Amok".
He generously allowed me to upload his awesome portraits here and represent him on deviantART (the statement of permission is attached).
You can find more portraits of him in my gallery --> [link]

Sansa Stark & "A Song of Ice and Fire" George R. R. Martin
The portrait Roman Papsuev alias "Amok" [link]
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SapphireShelle91 Featured By Owner Jun 7, 2013
This picture truly depicts just how young Sansa truly is. I think people keep forgetting that she's only a twelve year old girl and judge her as if she were an adult.
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Xtreme1992 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
It is because of the series. Personally i like the books much more and i even stopped watching the series after the first season.
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SapphireShelle91 Featured By Owner Jun 8, 2013
Even before the TV series though, people still judge Sansa as if she was an adult and not a 12 year old girl. I don't know which I prefer, only that I can only deal with either in small junks or I just get to emotional distraught. I've just watched the Red Wedding and Nah, I know it was bad, terrible and very graphic, but HBO went overboard with it :(
I won't be reading or watching GOT for couple of months now
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Xtreme1992 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I have read the books two times already and i have to say that it has a much better told story. And the red wedding is sad but i thought that rob would die after reading the part where stannis made that spell with the kings blood and after reading the part where he told his men that jon should get his throne if something happens to him. So at the end it wasn't that surprising even thought i hoped it wouldn't happen. :( Besides that how far are you in the story? I don't want to spoiler stuff you know. :)
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SapphireShelle91 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013
I've only read them once, which might be half my problem. I've also been reading them on my kindle so I can't flick back previous chapters if I've taken a break from the series for awhile, so I have little idea what I'm reading and who I'm actually reading about. Davos chapters were a nightmare because I kept forgetting who he was and so I would start reading his chapter after a break and go 'what the hell? where am? who is this? what the hell is going on?'.
A Feast of Crows was much the same, though it wasn't quite so bad as the others.
I had a feeling Rob was going to die to after the spell and I wasn't, I admit, too bothered by it. I didn't want him to die of course, but on my 'who I want to live at the end' list, he wasn't a the top of it. or near it. More like middle.
I'm up to the latest book, but I'm in the middle of a break from it. I was getting too run down with Theon. But I've cheated and read the GOT wiki so I'm up to date with everything that's happening. Cheating and Spoilers, I know, but its the easiest way when I need breaks away from the books.
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Xtreme1992 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Personally i loved the Davos chapters in the newest book. But the chapters where he was by Stannis site was boring. Rob was one of my favored characters in the books (right after Eddard Stark) and it bothered me that he died without even getting one chapter from his point of view. And the way he died was not what he deserved but that is often like that in ASoIaF. Theons chapters felt like a reason to forgive him for his betrayal. The same is with the Cersei chapters. We saw them feel physical and emotional pain so we can forgive them because the author is still not done telling their story and because he has almost no other characters left. :)
I honestly can't wait for the new books but i am afraid that it will take years for them to release. :(
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SapphireShelle91 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013
Yes, I have grown to love the Onion Knight in the later books, it was just during book two, I was really struggling with reading it, so I ended up getting frustrate when faced with either his, Theon's or Dany's chapters because I didn't care about them. That's changed now of course, but yeah, I really need to reread the series - and not take so many breaks when reading it.
I hated how Robb died, it was just so... wrong and disgusting and he didn't deserve it. none of them deserved and what's happened to Cat, oh dear gods, that's truly horrid!
Theon's chapters just make me ill. I've never wished for a fictional character to die more than I have Ramsey Bolton. I want him dead! D.E.A.D Dead! But the only death he deserves is the one he hands out to everyone else, but as I don't see him doing that to himself I'm just praying he'll meet a grisly end. I don't think GRRM could write anything about him that would make me feel sorry for him after everything he's done.
I'm torn with Cersei. I can understand where she's coming from right from the beginning - her frustrations at living in a man's world, not her um, relations with Jamie - but she just could have been so much more... she could have been so much smarter about... everything. If she had been more like... Margaery, the chameleon, she would probably be in a better place than she is now - and if she hadn't sleep with all her young male cousins, Jamie might have stuck around and helped her... maybe, the guy doesn't like politics after all.
I don't forgive what either Theon or Cersei have done, but I do feel very, very bad for both for all the pain they are currently in. No one deserves what they're going through... well, no one but Ramsey Bolton, but that goes without saying.
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Xtreme1992 Featured By Owner Jun 9, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Dany chapters become a little boring after Astapor. But it become interesting again in the last chapters of the newest book. I can't wait her meeting Tyrion! After meeting with him i am sure she will travel with the new dothraki army she will get to Asshai and from there to Westeros. Don't forget that the world in round so it is possible that she will start her attack from the west (iron islands) with the ships of the Viserion. ;) Theon will team up with Stannis and will try to convince the iron born that Theon is the lord of the iron islands. Cat will first want to kill jamie but decide not to but use him instead against cersei. Cersei in the other hand will lose more and more. It is prophesied this way after all. The only two person i am not sure about are Jon and Arya.
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