Game of Thrones is one of the most popular TV series now a days.
For every episode released in Season 7, I’ll try to sketch at least one scene — may it be significant, disgusting, romantic, hilarious, anything.
A very thrilling episode! I smirked as Clegane do the stupid thing.
And the conversation between Clegane and Tormund? Very funny.
This episode is action packed as the small team of humans sneaked into the territory of the White Walkers.
One of the best episode of Season 7.
Here’s my drawing of the Night King looking down at one of Daenerys’ dragon.
I watched episode 1, and I found myself smirking when the scene focuses on Samwell Tarly emptying the bowls full of ………………
It is after I drew this that I decided that I will sketch at least one per episode.
It’s a romantic scene when a person who don’t know fear and love, will eventually learn it.
The guy has no weakness. No fear whatsoever.
But when he met this lady, love creeps into his soul, digging slowly from a tiny hole until it opens all up.
So what to sketch in episode 3?
I mean, lots of things happened in this episode.
Well, I actually reviewed it again and decided to draw the scene where the guy who doesn’t have any links into healing arts would actually healed someone.
Plus points for being humble. *thumbs up*
Lots of battle scenes in this episode.
One of the defining moments is when the huge arrow was put into play.
I recently know that the name of this huge weapon is Anti-Dragon Scorpion-bolt Launcher.
I heard a feedback from my officemates that they are not so impress with episode 5.
The reason behind this is that the episode is too compressed.
It seem HBO have to quickly make things done, compressing information and events into a few episodes as much as they can.
One comment I heard is that lack of poetic and witty words from Varys/Tyrion.
In this episode, they talk using normal words. And they miss the poetic/witty conversation.
Another is the surprise meeting between Jaime and Tyrion, which my officemate says, is too short. They have emotions stored in both of them, waiting for the trigger, waiting until one of them shows up.
So now that they’ve met? Well, just ordinary conversation.
Anyway, that’s the comment I heard. Overall, it’s still a good episode for me. Still hungry and waiting for the next episode.
Here’s a scene when Jon Snow and the Dragon met.
I remember my dog when he tries to lick me.