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Daenerys Targaryen: Mother of Sodium

by Shane McGlaun
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I’ve turned into a big fan of Game of Thrones over the last few weeks. I have streamed all the episodes of the series from about season three, leading all the way up to the new season coming out this month. I am looking forward to seeing what happens to Daenerys after all Dothraki found her when she wandered away from her dragon.

The artist you see here working on this incredibly realistic portrait of Daenerys is called DinoTomic, who also goes by AtomiccircuS on DeviantArt. The portrait looks like chalk on black paper or something, but he actually made using salt.

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Yes, you read that right pure table salt is all that was used to make this art, and it is incredible. Watch the video to see the whole process, it is very cool. Though I was bummed to see him wipe it all away at the end.

[via Kotaku]

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