Master Gianmac, I must say that I have been hugely impressed by your gallery of characters from 'A Song of ice and Fire' with my only reservation concerning your depictions to date being a mild quibble over your depiction of Robert Baratheon (and that's more due to a History-nerds contention that King Robert resembles Edward IV of England, maternal grandfather to Henry VIII, a good deal more than he resembles Great Harry himself - for one thing Henry VIII was a serial monogamist more than a womaniser).
Still, for my money you have very few equals when it comes to depicting characters from Mr Martin's Magnum Opus! (I can only hope that you will continue to add to this gallery for years to come!).
Now THIS is what I expect to see out of the old Robert I. The beard he grew to hide his chins, and he's just huge... of course, he'd have to be. Robert Baratheon is a tall man, and it takes a lot of fat to give the impression of being that big when you're that tall. The style of clothing is very cool as well, reminds me of things I saw Henry VIII where in "The Tudors."