Haha Kris! Since character likenesses were not allowed, I was directed to sketch various elements of the show including (but not limited to) dragons, dragon eggs, wolves, etc... I rendered a total of three wolves; only one made it into packs as the other two were deemed... "too cute". Amusing to me, as the sketches were referenced directly from GoT screen shots.
Originally posted by SeanPatrickPence: Since character likenesses were not allowed, I was directed to sketch various elements of the show including (but not limited to) dragons, dragon eggs, wolves, etc...
You could have tried a self-portrait and said it was Jaqen, or one of the other Faceless Men of Braavos. But I thought dragons *were* characters (without actor credits, though).
Posts: 2424 | Location: North Augusta, SC, USA | Registered: November 28, 2002
Haha! I'm a dog lover so I find even the fiercest direwolf cute Too few wolves on the cards from what I've seen so a real shame those 2 were rejected. Still, I have a home for abandoned dogs if they need a place to rest their weary heads
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To those who pulled a sketch; was it in there replacing another chase card, or did the box you pulled it from still have 8 parallel, 2 quotable, 2 storyboard, 2 autos, a sigil and a relic/gallery card?
I ask as I always keep two unopened packs as part of my set (from a box where I've pulled all chase already), and the thought of a sketch hiding as an 'extra' chase from that box is painful!
Posts: 199 | Location: Romford, Essex, England | Registered: April 30, 2004
Doubly cool. With sportscards the 001 would get a slight premium. I have a Sansa Stark with similar lines that I paid 50 bucks for. Your's would have to be more but not sure how much more. Best Always, VinnyH I decided to slowly build a relic set with all variants.
____________________ I have 1 case of Game of Thrones season 4 pre-ordered. I get the feeling we will be seeing sets for a few more seasons.
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