'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Shelley Chen is one of many iReporters who shared her artistic creation, inspired by the book and HBO television series "Game of Thrones," which recently concluded its second season: "I loved Ned in the first season and wish he could have had a chance to sit on the throne, even if for a short while before his demise."
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Nacho Molina Parra has illustrated scenes inspired by the "Game of Thrones" series of novels for a card game. "It is a remarkable and welcomed experience when someone congratulates you on any of your pieces because they are satisfied with it. It is a kind of completed circle and, in the end, what drives the 'Game of Thrones' universe to expand."
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Christian Nauck credits the TV series' "gorgeous production design" and wardrobe for inspiring him to create a series of character portraits, including fan favorite Tyrion Lannister. "Each one of them is so well designed and fitting to the character and his surroundings."
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Jolene Schafer of Rapid City, South Dakota, designed this mask, as well as other animal masks. She said, "I was intrigued by the animal sigils of the royal houses. The lion, wolf and dragon represent and seem to influence the behavioral traits and actions of the individuals from each house."
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – April Dy was inspired by Arya Stark's journey in the series: "You can see her actual growth from wanting to be a fighter to a young soldier with a sword."
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Erica Batton from Kansas City, Missouri, drew this rendering of Arya Stark's first dancing lesson.
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Tom Kane rendered one of the most memorable scenes from the series, with Daenerys Targaryen finding her destiny as queen of the dragons.
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Veronica Casson from San Francisco, California, decided to portray Daenerys as well: "She is one of my favorites as her character arc is so extreme."
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – Candice and Carissa Bates of Lincoln, Nebraska, have created jewelry, such as this Littlefinger Petyr Baelish mockingbird brooch after reading the book series.
'Game of Thrones' inspires art – This more, shall we say, youthful take on many of the main characters from "Game of Thrones" comes from Maria Perez Pacheco in Madrid, Spain, who calls the series a good influence on her art: "When I started [reading the books] I couldn't stop. I read four in one month. They are very addictive."