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Aritst renders eerie police sketches of famous literary characters

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Aritst Brian J. Davis has rendered famous literary characters in the form of police sketches — ensuring that if you run into one of these characters on the street, you know exactly what to expect.

Using “commercially available law enforcement composite sketch software,” Daivs drew accurate sketches based on the characters’ descriptions in their respective books. Take a look at each (eerie, yet accurate) interpretation below…

Hannibal Lecter from the novels of Thomas Harris

Hannibal Lecter from the novels of Thomas Harris

The vampire Lestat, from Anne Rice’s, "The Vampire Lestat."

The vampire Lestat, from Anne Rice’s, “The Vampire Lestat.”

James Bond, of the novels by Sir Ian Fleming

James Bond, of the novels by Sir Ian Fleming

Mr. Wednesday, Neil Gaiman’s American Gods

Mr. Wednesday, Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods.”

Walder Frey

Walder Frey

Brienne of Tarth

Brienne of Tarth

Tyrion Lannister

Tyrion Lannister

(via Nerd Approved)

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They all look like aliens.

William McGuire

March 1, 2016 at 8:01 pm

It’s like the sketch of Bond Fleming actually commissioned mated with a Grey.

Here’s what Fleming had done:

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/c/c5/Fleming007impression.jpg

In Tyrion’s case, that actually isn’t entirely how he’s described.. He had a considerably heavier brown, a square jaw, and should be missing part of his nose. I think Brienne is probably dead on, but Bond looks like a kid, as does Tyrion.

Does anyone happen to have the book quotes that these sketches are based off of? Would be really interesting to compare.

Hannibal looks eerily like Peter Facinelli as Max Lord to me…

I think the one of Lestat is fairly accurate. I believe Anne Rice said she based his appearance on her late husband, Stan Rice.

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