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These drawings are based on characters created by Robert Jordan, George R.R. Martin, and other storytellers. I've attempted to capture the personality of each character while remaining true to their literary description.

I've also pixel-pushed Wheel of Time buddy icons.

click the thumbnail images to view them at full size.

Guest comics for Wot Now? drawn by Abby I drew these guest comics for the Wot Now?  sprite-style web comic.

Contains SPOILERS from Wheel of Time Book 9.

an Aes Sedai of the Yellow Ajah Aes Sedai are women who can channel the One Power.  The color of her fringed shawl symbolizes which one of the seven factions, or Ajahs, she belongs to.  The Yellow Ajah specializes in Healing.

Loial: "Never anger an Aes Sedai. Better to embrace the sun than to anger an Aes Sedai."

a gathering of the Forsaken The Forsaken are thirteen of the most powerful, most feared channelers of the previous Age, and they have survived for 3,000 years imprisoned only reemerge now in an era that seems primitive to them.  Demandred is probably the most devious, while Semirhage is the most sadistic.  Sammael was once a military general, and Graendal (seated upon one of her "pretties") is a hedonist and former cult leader.

Graendal: "Is that what we are? Merely human? Surely we are something more. ... A new word will have to be created to describe us."

Lanfear, former lover of Lews Therin Lanfear, Daughter of the Night Lanfear is the most powerful of the female Forsaken, and is widely known as the sexiest woman in The Wheel of Time universe.  Here she is holding an angreal bracelet.

Lanfear has tried to seduce Rand as often as she's attempted to kill him.

Lanfear: "I can show a tender, woman's heart when I choose."

Alviarin Friedhen Alviarin is not a member of the Forsaken, but she's scary-smart and makes most of the other bad guys seem incompetent.  She is a respected member of the White Ajah, which specializes in logical thought, and she is secretly the Supreme Leader of the Black Ajah.

The Amyrlin Seat, to Alviarin: "I will sign what you tell me to sign, and nothing else. I am...I am obedient to your will."

Rand al'Thor, the extraordinary farmboy Rand al'Thor, practicing sword forms Rand al'Thor, with his Dragon Scepter Rand al'Thor is the central character of The Wheel of Time saga.  As the Dragon Reborn, he is doomed to go mad and kill a lot of people.  Also, he has cool markings on his arms, and he keeps in shape by fighting six opponents at once.  The only problem is that he has to pay people to fight him.

Rand, to the Tower embassy: "For your own safety, none of you should come closer to me than a mile without permission."

the battle on Toman Head The Battle at Falme: This is a study for a painting I would like to do someday.  Rand and his arch-enemy, Ishamael, battle in the clouds over the city of Falme, in the war-torn coastal penninsula known as Toman Head (the quarterstaff and a few other things are drawn inaccurately).

General Bashere, to Rand: "I guess being ta'veren isn't all cheese and ale."

Lews Therin, the Dragon Lews Therin Telamon is the original Dragon, and is now a disembodied voice inside Rand's head.  Because he's been dead for three thousand years, and he was, after all, a political leader, I picture him as looking sort of like an ancient Roman.

Lews Therin: "Oh, Light, why do I have a madman in my head? Why? Why?"

Perrin Aybara Perrin Aybara, portrait Perrin Aybara once worked at a blacksmith's forge, but he has gained an ability to communicate with wolves.  He shares their heightened senses, their ability to detect moods, and their animal ferocity.

Perrin, along with Rand and Mat, bends fate and lives to his own fate for a time, and twists chance just by being present.  This trait is known as being ta'veren.

Perrin: "It's all sort of complicated, but it just happened. Nothing to do with ta'veren."

Faile Bashere Faile Bashere is a Hunter for the Horn who becomes deeply jealous of any woman who shows the smallest sign of liking Perrin, whom she has staked a claim to.

Faile: "...I still feel as forward as a farmgirl at-- Why are you laughing? Stop laughing at me, Perrin t'Bashere Aybara!"

Mat Cauthon, just call him the bloody general Mat Cauthon, the gambler Mat Cauthon, in his smallclothes Mat Cauthon:  scoundrel, womanizer, and gambler extraordinaire.  He has a Han Solo quality, plus a Gambit-style "luck factor."  The handkerchief around his neck hides a hanging scar.

Mat: "I'm no lord. I've more respect for myself than that."

Moiraine Damodred, Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah Moiraine Damodred is an Aes Sedai of the Blue Ajah, known for keeping secrets and handling world-threatening emergencies with her hair freshly combed.  She's holding one of the seven Seals on the Dark One's prison in this drawing, not a cookie.

Moiraine: "Tonight you will eat fish. Tomorrow, you may die."

Elayne Trakand Morgase of House Trakand, Queen of Andor Elayne Trakand is the Daughter-Heir of Andor, and something of a spoiled brat, although she shows promise as an Aes Sedai.  She is also deeply in love with Rand.

Elayne: "Sisters don't bond the same man because of custom, Rand, because they don't want to share him, not because it can't be done."

Morgase of House Trakand is the Queen of Andor, and Elayne's mother.

Elayne, to Rand: "If I had told Mother I think you are handsome, she certainly would have had you locked in a cell."

Egwene al'Vere Egwene al'Vere was the mayor's daughter in her village, but she hasn't looked back since she learned she can channel the One Power and become an Aes Sedai.

Mat, to Egwene: "When the poor blind fool they've chosen out for their Amyrlin gets here, I will do the talking. She can't be very bright, or they'd never have been able to shove her into the job."

Nynaeve al'Meara Nynaeve al'Meara makes me think of Janine Garafalo.  She's sassy, sarcastic, snappish, and silly.  Her trademark action is tugging on her long braid whenever she's angry, which is most of the time.

Nynaeve: "I do not have to make sense."

Aviendha, and Min Farshaw This was just a quick sketch on the back-side of a used notebook page, but I think it captured their personalities, so I colored it.  Aviendha is an Aiel warrior; quick to threaten people and pick fights.  Min Farshaw is a happy-go-lucky tomboy.  Both are deeply in love with the same man.  The two are rarely seen together, but they make a great contrast!

Aviendha: "Death comes for us all. We can only choose how to face it when it comes."
Min: "Fall in love with a man, and you end up doing laundry, even if it does belong to another man."

Thom Merrilin, the gleeman Thom Merrlin is an aging gleeman--traveling entertainer--who likes to eat fire and involve himself in dangerous political undercurrents.

Thom: "I'm only an old gleeman. Who could I possibly be dangerous to?"

Loial: a young, adventerous, and hasty Ogier Loial is a humble, gentle, ten-foot tall Ogier who plans to write a book about Rand and his friends, but is often too busy fighting by their sides to get any work done.

Loial: "Stay and get married or travel the Ways. Life is very unsettling with ta'veren  for friends."

Birgitte Silverbow Birgitte is a legendary archer from a different era in The Wheel of Time universe.

Birgitte: "If you must mount the gallows, give a jest to the crowd, a coin to the hangman, and make the drop with a smile on your lips."

Shantae, the half-genie Shantae is the half-genie title character of the Gameboy Color game conceived of by Matt Bozon.  I was a game tester on this one.
Daenerys Targaryen Daenerys Targaryen--also known as Daenerys Stormborn--is a fourteen-year-old conqueror, owner of dragons, ruler of slaves, widow of a barbarian warlord, innocent military genius, princess in exile, rightful heir to a powerful empire, and one of my favorite characters from George R.R. Martin's A Song of Ice and Fire series (also known as the Game of Thrones  series).

If you haven't read the ASoIaF saga yet, check out my review!