Another beautiful scenery shot of a Minmatar Republic space station from EVE Online.
This station is inside my old home system, Saana. It's a small Minmatar outpost in the middle of the Amarr Domain region, and the only space station in this particular solar system.
In the foreground I am flying a Blackbird. A Caldari Cruiser, it's another ship built around empowering Electronic Countermeasures modules and has good bonuses to missile damage to boot. The only problem is its lack of defense, which makes it an easy target in a fleet engagement. I also happen to think that the Blackbird looks really cool.
I'm so stoked about this image I'm afraid I'll post it before I take the necessary time to properly clean it up. This will be the sequel to Ahsoka's Revenge depicting a scene from "Rage of the Forgotten" a fanfiction by Katanagirl16 and Ganja-sama that can be found at this [link]
This is just a teaser mind you, for example Darth Vader ( my very first time drawing him digitally) and various other unseen elements will be included in the final picture.
So totally psyched about this piece all my other projects are on hold. And wait till you see Ahsoka she looks freakin FIERCE! ^^ And as for Darth I've put my own style into his appearance which just makes him scary enough to stop a Star Destroyer with just a look! <-- (yeah I know I'm way too humble)
Estimated completion date will hopefully be this time next week.... See yah then I hope!
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.