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The mysterious Jarael, enigmatic outlaw from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic wields her shockstaff. This was all about detail and establishing a 'Star Wars Feel' to the tech and environment.
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Zayne Carrick from Old Republic!
Took me around10 hours or so..
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Zayne Carrick, from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.
Pencils, Inks (artpens) and gray markers.

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These two aren't actually meant to go together. But they come from the same game, so here yah go.
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Star Wars' stunning Celeste Morne, Jedi Secret Agent from the Knights of the Old Republic, battles Darth Vader and his minions. I experimented with a lot of graphite gradients here to establish form.
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...this is a character design for the future book I have to do. Zayne Carrick was a jedi padawan and the main character on the book. This was the design. Dig' it ol!
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Did I mention that I love starwars?
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Jarael, for the Knights of the Old Republic Campaign Guide for the Star Wars Roleplaying Game.

Copyright Lucas Film Ltd.

Photoshop 6 over pencils.
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I was requested by AuronStarglider to paint a Jedi that he would use as his character.
it took around 3 1/2 hours. in photoshop.
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This character was played by someone in the old Star Wars rpg group I played in. He was driven to the edge of the dark side by...you guessed it...a woman. Between saving her and constantly having to put up with her ever shifting womanly emotions, he was pushed to use dark forces to survive.

I say this because the female character was a Twi'lek played by my good friend Travis (who also has art on DA), and I know he'll read this and flip. See, in his character's mind, everything was Lyder's fault (and I'm not saying he was right or wrong, because Eric, the player of this character, might check this out too) so naturally I have to put out the suggestion that it could be her fault, because I like it when he rants about the validity of his characters' POV's. He really gets into the personalities of his characters, which is great.
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