I'm glad to see that we seem to share notions concerning the aesthetic of the Seven Kingdoms, Master Finn! (particularly the retention to some degree of a silhouette straight from the Dark Ages in the North - a look that would have been familiar to Anglo-Saxon Huscarls and Norman Milites both - which I see as very appropriate to the Last Kingdom of the First Men, with their strong Pagan Celtic-Teuton feel).
If I might be so bold as to ask, do you have any particularly strong historical kingdoms and periods of history in mind as a model when drawing up designs for each of the Seven Kingdoms? (and if so, might I please ask what they are?); I admit that this query is born out of a particular fascination with how the design choices and internal logic an artist follows in the course of creating an image can shape a world!
Thanks, I'm glad you like it. I like what you've got going with your own Stark helm. Is the snout a visor? It reminds me a bit of the Hound's helmet from the show, which is beautifully molded to the shape of the wolf's (or in their case dog's) face. I guess my own personal interpretation is a bit more utilitarian - so the form looks less like the animal itself, but would probably be a bit simpler for an armorer to actually make.