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EDIT: Now i remember the title. :)

Sorry for the title. I forgot the official one. Tried to imitate a Drew Struzan palette and texture.

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Done for Sony Online Entertainment's Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game.

Shout out to Roger Chamberlain, Art Director for the project.

Work is copyright to Lucasarts Entertainment (explains why you don't see signatures anywhere on the work as well...). You can find the higher res wallpaper versions here: [link]
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From 08. A Droideka providing fire support for its platoon cowering behind its shield.

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Done for Sony Online Entertainment's Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game.

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Battle-worn company of walkers moving quickly through a narrow pass.

I added my usual preference of wargear to the AT-STs, obviously keeping canon in mind and always making sure that whatever I've added have somehow appeared in SW stories at some point. In this image I thought it would be nice to show a different loadout for the different walkers in a company. The light footed scout to the left of the image sporting long range mortars bolted to the upper rear of the turret, communications antenna and 6-pack dumbfire rockets for harrassment. Also small, lightweight reactive armour plates to cover the vulnerable battery packs on the underside of the turret.

The main lead unit just has to have a nonchalant cool-headed gunner who is probably soaking in the sunrise :p, and it also sports 2 rotating grenade launcher mounts on its lower cheeks, plus a winch system under the main chin gun and shielded weapon systems.


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Used a number of photos as a base for this one, namely random models of AT-AT/STs from hobbyist/stock sites. They are all heavily modified of course. I've also added some details that I often add to AT-ST's that I paint- commander's cupola with blaster mount, searchlights, shielded weapons, bolt-on skirting to protect the batteries at the rear.

For the art direction in this image, I was really inspired by the cinematography at the end of "The Mist". It feels somewhat majestic and dreamy, but also coupled with tension, knowing that horror and chaos is not far away.


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Whoever designed the Exogen class needs to seriously.. $#@^@^$@&%$^%$&#*!!@!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I love dark troopers but I HATE THE EXOGEN class. GOD. I really tried my best to pick a flattering angle and make it look good.

Note to designer. Never copy and paste parts. It may work for 2d.. but these tricks never stand up to scrutiny in 3 dimensions..!! Come on!!


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Done for Sony Online Entertainment's Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game.

Shout out to Roger Chamberlain, Art Director for the project.

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Scout Troopers setting up a forward base. Looks like someone forgot to plug in the power. Doh.

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*cough* MAXIMUM...STRENGTH *cough*

The title for this image is the official card name as well. No guesses to the source of inspiration for the image. :p
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The King himself.


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Hi all! Long time no post...

IG88 kicking ass with his sonic blaster. (i dunno if that's canon, doubt it...but whose to say that an assassin droid won't update his arsenal right?)

Anyways I thought it'd be a good time to restart the posting habit with some of my recent (well.. since 08 hur hur) Star Wars Galaxies Trading Card Game work, done for Sony Online Entertainment.

[Speaking of which, did you guys hear about the "new Planetside game" announcement btw? I am freaking out about it!]

Always good to review old work too I guess. Its a shame some of my favourite cards didn't make it to the showcase, or I was too late to save them before they got taken down/replaced by newer card sets. Argh! Getting into the showcase is pretty much the only way anyone will view the artwork and knowing who did it aside from playing the game itself. Not to mention the fact that the image dimensions and crop is defined by Lucasarts themselves.


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Stim Armour. Good for taking down Jar Jar with. Down boy. Good boy.

Now that the image has been flipped I realise the horrendous angle on the stormtrooper's helmet. I apologise. :'( Hope the nature of the image more than makes up for it though. Thank you Roger for picking this one!


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Shout out to Roger Chamberlain, Art Director for the project.

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