oh my gosh! this is really great! you can absolutely feel that she is a bit younger than all the other beauties you've done - i think the size of the antlers helps - it's very playful and though her smile looks like a mask - it is a bit mona lisa like - as if she still has some optimism left. poor girl has such a crazy mother!
you should totally get all of these printed into a book, with something resembling a bio for each character on the corresponding page - like how the kingsguard has a record of all their greatest actions
I'm in love with all of your ASoIaF watercoloresque illustrations. They're all so (including this one) damn evocative (especially the expressions on their faces) and powerful. The symbolism in all of them (like the stag and Lannister colors here) is shockingly blatant, and it always complements the figures perfectly composition-wise, color palette-wise, and just...mood-wise. Plus I love Myrcella! Her and Trystane=awww...
technically, she really is a Baratheon, since "robert is her father", by marriage anyways. You wouldn't change your last name just because you found out someone else is your biological father right? Her name is Myrcella Baratheon, but by blood she's pure Lannister.
CLEARLY THAT I HAVE READ THE BOOKS!ahaha, how was i to know the characters if I had not read the books?ahaha! But I'm waiting to translate into Spanish Dance with dragons ... Anyway, i'll illustrate a second version of many characters, such as Cat, Catelyn Tully 1.0 [link] and Catelyn Tully 2.0(Lady Stoneheart) or Sansa Stark 1.0 [link] and Sansa Stark 2.0(Alayne Stone) I'll also illustrate a second version of Myrcella