The Force is strong with you. A powerful Sith you will become. Henceforth, you shall be known as Darth... Vader.
You were the chosen one! It was said that you would destroy the Sith, not join them. You were to bring balance to the force, not leave it in darkness.
I HATE YOU!
You were my brother, Anakin. I loved you.
Obi-Wan, there is good in him.. I know.. there is still..
Yipee my first actual deviation for 2007. I wanted to submit a different drawing (it's an elf princess) but I'm not yet done with the complicated coloring so I put this one up instead.
I stopped drawing portraits when I was in highschool cuz I get pissed off everytime my I finish my sketches. They either look weird or totally ugly and far from what the person I'm sketching look like.
And this one doesn't look like Anakin either but oh well. While I was drawing this I was thinking of the scene in Star Wars III: Revenge of The Sith when Anakin.. now Darth Vader enters the Jedi temple with his batallion of clone troopers. Man.. *looks at the stupid robot figures in the drawing* clone troopers. Ya gotta respect them. LOL the funny looking men behind Vader are clone troopers.. They don't really look like it but they have masks and they are holding superduperpowerful laser guns (which by the way looks like pieces of wood cuz of my lousy drawing skills) so they are clones okay? Heh. n_n
I haven't modelled anything new recently, so tonight I opened the rusty gate into the world of 3D animation, and made this, the Kaelanai Destroyer. It is big, bad and new. It lacks guns as the first Zacynthus did, but those will be added soon.
You could call it a juggernaut or a superdestroyer since it is about 7.5 Km in length.
Wedge Antilles and a ... hovering X-Wing! A collaboration with the very talented =Maquaii. I took far too long to finish it, didn't I?
While I've had other people colour my lineart before (you two know who you are. I'm still waiting for you to post your pictures ), I've never had the pleasure of colouring somebody else's linework - until Maq came up with the idea of this collaboration. Working with somebody else's art is an eye-opening experience. You don't tend to think as much when working on your own drawings because you're already so used to your own style and you know where stuff's going to go, but when you're colouring somebody else's, there's a lot you learn about how other people draw and handle things in the process of working things out for yourself. It's educational. It's fun, too.
Man, how bright do those stars have to be, that you can see them from inside a well-lit hangar??? Among other things! I ask you to suspend your disbelief... just for now.
To see the background and the hilariously ridiculous original backdrop, please click here: [link] Many thanks to `DragonWinter for the hangar idea.