HBO’s Game of Thrones is one of the most popular shows on television. One of the main reasons for this success is the ravishingly beautiful Daenerys Targaryen , AKA “Dany”, who is brilliantly played by Emilia Clarke.
Here is the character’s official description by WIKI: She is the only surviving child of King Aerys II Targaryen, who was ousted from the Iron Throne during Robert’s Rebellion. Daenerys’s mother was sent to safety on Dragonstone island just before the Sack of King’s Landing, and died giving birth to her during a great storm which wrecked the remaining Targaryen fleet at anchor, earning her the sobriquet Daenerys Stormborn. She lives in exile in Essos. Daenerys was sold into marriage to the Dothraki Khal Drogo; the two gradually fell in love, but she lost her husband and unborn son to the manipulations of the vengeful maegi Mirri Maz Duur. her marriage to Drogo and subsequent interaction with the Dothraki people gives her the confidence and strength to lead and the belief in herself as the rightful queen of the Seven Kingdoms. Following the death of her brother Viserys, Daenerys was left as the last Targaryen, and intends to claim the Iron Throne as her birthright. She formally styles herself as Queen Daenerys of House Targaryen, First of Her Name.
She hatched three dragons by having her petrified dragon eggs placed on Drogo’s funeral pyre, before she walked into the flames to claim them. Her dragons are the first seen in the world for hundreds of years, earning her the sobriquet Mother of Dragons.
Poster Posse member Simon Delart was recently commissioned by a VERY luck fan to come up with an image of Daenerys/ Emilia and the end result is pretty awesome. What makes it even more compelling is that Simon ONLY works with triangles in his compositions!
Don’t even bother trying to count them all. I tried and gave up at over 500. I eventually broke down and asked Simon how many triangles make up the piece and he kindly told me “2601 triangles “. Now if ONLY I has simply asked him BEFORE I started counting.
Click the link below to see the final image!
“Mother Of Dragons” by Simon Delart