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We are Aesara and Thelma, two fans with a passion for ASOIAF, in especial for the pairing of Sandor Clegane and Sansa Stark. As part of showing our appreciation for these characters, we’ve created a long-term project to have artistic depictions of scenes from their arcs that we personally commission to various artists, which are to be featured and shared with fellow fans on this blog. We’re happy to have you follow, like and reblog our content, with the sole requirement being to treat our content respectfully and give due credit to this blog, as the copyright of all the artworks made public here belongs to us and to the respective artists, so no reposting of the artwork should be done without our written consent.
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 24/Jul/14 by thestrangerskiss


Knights are for Killing II: All the stories can’t be lies by Wulfsbane

This painting is the second part to the original Knights are for Killing, and features the initial moment when Sansa and Sandor meet atop Maegor’s Holdfast. It’s an unexpected encounter for both, and a charged conversation follows that highlights the conflicting views each holds on the values of knighthood, as one maintains that all knights are killers and the other that the stories about true knights must have a grain of truth, a theme that permeates their complicated connection.

Maegor’s has always been one of my favourite scenes between Sandor and Sansa, and I’m delighted to have it now completed, and to welcome the fantastic artist Wulfsbane to The Stranger’s Kiss family. 
This painting is the second part to the original Knights are for Killing, and features the initial moment when Sansa and Sandor meet atop Maegor’s Holdfast. It’s an unexpected encounter for both, and a charged conversation follows that highlights the conflicting views each holds on the values of knighthood, as one maintains that all knights are killers and the other that the stories about true knights must have a grain of truth, a theme that permeates their complicated connection.
Maegor’s has always been one of my favourite scenes between Sandor and Sansa, and I’m delighted to have it now completed, and to welcome the fantastic artist Wulfsbane to The Stranger’s Kiss family.