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Card Art for the now defuncted Star War Galaxies Trading Card Game.

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Card Art for the now defuncted Star War Galaxies Trading Card Game.

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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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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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This is one of ten pieces I did for the new Star Wars Essential Guide to Warfare. I had a blast working on it and I'm excited that I am able to contribute to the Star Wars universe.

I will be posting them in the order of sequence as it appears in the book. Hope you guys enjoy them!

This is the last piece from Warfare. The Hutts now maintain fleets of warships, shifting their philosophy of economic dominance to a more military one, ever since their Empire was almost destroyed by the Yuuzhan Vong invasions.

Everything in this is completely new and never-before-seen. I was given the honor of designing the various Hutt ships from scratch based on relatively vague descriptions from the novels. You can see 4 classes of warships in here; frigate, destroyer, transport/carrier and battle-cruiser and all of them have the distinctive red sails, which I took inspiration form Jabba's Sail Barge. Admiring his fleet is a Hutt commander and his cronies.

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Published by Del Rey, an imprint of Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc.

You can get the book here >> [link]
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Card Art for the now defuncted Star War Galaxies Trading Card Game.

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Clone War

I was a big fan of Gendy Tartakovsky's Clone Wars series that first aired a few years back. More so than the actual Star Wars prequels, I felt like that animated series painted a really cool portrait of just what an entire galaxy at war would look like. And I always enjoyed seeing these elite Clonetrooper soldiers carrying out an impossible assignment on some god-awful planet. So with this painting, I wanted it to seem sort of like a World War 2 photo taken during one of the rare "quiet" moments of combat. This was also the first digital painting I've done entirely in Photoshop, with no Painter IX. Which I didn't even notice until I finished it.
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This is one of ten pieces I did for the new Star Wars Essential Guide to Warfare. I had a blast working on it and I'm excited that I am able to contribute to the Star Wars universe.

I will be posting them in the order of sequence as it appears in the book. Hope you guys enjoy them!

An aerial panoramic view of the famous Battle of Grassy Plains in Ep 1. It was very tedious to paint hordes of Gungans and Battle Droids plus I had to make sense of the troop formations but it all turned out well in the end.

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