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This is one of the three illustrations for "The Clone Wars" miniatures packaging.

Painted with acrylics, colored pencil and oil.

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This is a recent painting of Asajj Ventress which is featured on the new Star Wars miniatures set called "Galaxy at War".

If you'd like to see the sketches and read more about this piece please hop on over to my blog. [link]

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A packaging illustration for the Star Wars miniatures line entitled "Galaxy at War".

All of these SW's pieces are painted around 11x17" size. This piece was mostly acrylic. I think I used a few subtle oil washes here and there, and of course you can see some colored pencil in the background.

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Can you hear him doing his moany, yelp thing? I think Yoda and Chewie are my favorite Star Wars characters, so this was a treat to paint. This image is another box illustration for the miniatures set entitled "The Dark Times".

Size: 12x17"
Medium: Acrylic, colored pencils

To see more background sketches and info on "The Dark Times" art go here. [link]
Original Star Wars Art [link]
Original Star Wars Sketches [link]
StarWars.com interview on "The Dark Times" Art [link]

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ZAP!! That's all I'm say'n.

O.k. well, not quite. This is another character that was new to me. Here we have the powerful Sith lord oozing with force lightening. Don't stand too close.

You'll see this illustration on the "Jedi Academy" package for the Star Wars Miniatures line.

Mixed media: acrylic, oil colored pencil and wee bits of airbrush

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So this was yet another Star Wars character that I was unfamiliar with until this assignment came along. I was asked to imbue the admiral with the look of a "confident and brilliant military man. Striking features and red eyes. The pose and body language should reflect that he is emotionally controlled."

Illustrated for the Star Wars miniatures: Imperial Entanglements packaging art.

I used the same mixed media approach, washes of acrylic in the background and oil built up on top for detail and glazed in for color modulation.

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This piece was created for the Star Wars miniatures packaging art and was for the set entitled The Clone Wars.

It was painted with all traditional media: acrylic, oil, colored pencil and airbrush.

If you'd like to see the various stages of the piece from sketches to reference photos to the final painted version please hop on over to my blog. [link]

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This image was commissioned for the Star Wars Miniatures: Imperial Entanglements set. The visual requirements for this illustration were not much more than show Leia in the Boushh disguise, with the headgear off.

The mediums are acrylic, colored pencil and oil. The size is about 16x10".

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Neither the piece, nor the character, is one of my favorites, but I'll toss it up for the completists that would like to see my Star Wars work in one place. Tell me, is anyone actually a Bossk fan, and if so, will you help me see the light?

This image is a box illustration for the miniatures set entitled "The Dark Times".

Size: 12x17"
Medium: Acrylic, colored pencils, oil

*** I have archival PRINTS in stock of many of my works. Please feel free to send a note if there is a particular one that interests you.

To see more background sketches and info on "The Dark Times" art go here. [link]
Original Star Wars Art [link]
Original Star Wars Sketches [link]
StarWars.com interview on "The Dark Times" Art [link]
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K'Kruhk was commissioned for one of the three packaging illustrations for the Star Wars miniatures line entitled "The Dark Times" due to be out on the shelves this week.

Medium: acrylic, oil and colored pencil and a wee bit of airbrush here and there.

Size: 11x17"

*** I have archival PRINTS in stock of many of my works. Please feel free to send a note if there is a particular one that interests you.

To view the pencil sketch and background information please visit my blog. [link]

Original Star Wars Art [link]
Original Star Wars Sketches [link]
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