Dornish is still a difficult one... We have the historic basis of the Iberian Moors or Mozarabs, but the picture examples contained so far have quite a few religious and religiously influenced cultural adornments and looks. I think we need to refer to the descriptions provided within the books far more to weed out what should be included and what shouldn't before attempting portraits. So I would start reading the Dornish chapters so we get more of a basis of what to include, I'll read the storm of swords chapters tonight and see if it helps. Edit: Feast for Crows chaptersUnsullied
Okay a request, purely if you have the time though as its not an important one... An Unsullied officer. Can only imagine his portrait being used in-game as the mercenary captains portrait (Possibly a sprite for the map in the future if we go that far). So its really not important right now, just thought Id add the request if you guys feel like doing something different as you go along.
Key things for the portrait.
- An officer wears a bronze cap with three spikes, descending in height from front to back, rather than the one spike cap of normal unsullied.
- Sword, shield, spear, sandals, quilted tunic, and spiked caps are all of the equipment that comes with each Unsullied. (Sleeveless tunic I believe)
- They carry spear, shield and shortsword (for a possible sprite some other time)
- More than half have the copper skin and almond eyes of Dothrak and Lhazerene, but there are men from the Free Cities among them, as well as Qartheen, Summer Islanders, and others from more far-flung places
- All the Unsullied have eyes that seem dead of all emotion
- They are cut before puberty so should have no facial/body hair whatsoever
- They tend to not be overbuilt for the same reason, so the shoulders should not look too big on the portrait imo. Just defined, if possible.
Think that covers it