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FREEDON NADD from "Star Wars: Tales of the Jedi: The Freedon Nadd Uprising" comic. Dark Lord of the Sith, and King of Onderon, he lived from 4,400 BBY–c. 4,350 BBY. He was trained by the holocron of the "Sith God" ADAS, as well as the spirit of the Dark Lord NAGA SADOW. Nadd's spirit played a part in the fall of both the proud Jedi EXAR KUN as well as the legendary hero ULIC QEL-DROMA, and was instrumental in the reemergence of the Sith in the known galaxy following the collapse of the Old Sith Empire, via the Sith War. His reign was concurrent with that of another self-proclaimed Dark Lord known as VITIATE, the "Sith Emperor". Nadd's legacy was the cause for both the Beast Wars of Onderon and the Freedon Nadd uprising. His lightsaber shoto and blaster were amongst the most powerful Sith artifacts ever created.


Alright! Finally! After a long pause, the Sith Dynasty project is going back on schedule. (Not that there ever was a schedule to begin with) This was a fun one to color. The simplicity of the armor made it necessary for me to learn how to apply textures, and needless to say, I'm very happy with the results. As usual, the design is a reconciliation of several different canon designs and what I believe to be the parts that make him most unique. It's mostly based on his miniature, with the helmet/crown and build of the more recent iterations. And yes, I think I'll be using a grey background from now on. :)


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Acrylics and colored pencils
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It's finally ready!!!
My hyper-realist Darth Vader painting from the classic ESB "I am your father" scene!
Acrylics on canvas.
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Well this was a fun one! This is pretty much every single badass Sith put together, an original character for :iconxicor101:.

His name is Marek Vastor, a Sith Inquisitor presumably from the planet Haruun Kal (most Africans in Star Wars come from that planet =P). I was asked to create a character with a double-bladed lightsaber, Darth Revan's helmet, Darth Vader's breastplate, Revan's belt, Maulkiller's metal skirt, and a generic Sith cloak without it all being a straight copy. Aside from those features, I was asked to give him a metal collar, metallic gloves and boots, being told to be creative. What I ended up with is hopefully something that will please most people, and a design of which I had great pleasure in creating.

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Padme Escapes
16x24" Oils on Paper over masonite

I've had the privilege of doing Star Wars RPG spot illustrations, but wanted to stretch out a bit and do something bigger, so I did this uncommissioned piece between assignments.

The original (and a zoomed-in view) is available for $1500 at my website. [link]
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Finally got a graphics tablet, and here's my first attempt at coloring =D. Well, really my 3rd, but still incredibly new at this.

Please comment, and let me know how I could make this coloring any better!

EDIT: Changed the lightning to purple, as seen in the comics.


Man, my old pictures seem so bland to me now. Expect to see colored versions of my previous Sith Dynasty entries soon!

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ANOTHER EDIT: Played around with the tones some more.

ONE LAST EDIT: I'm finally satisfied with his face.
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Star Wars Celebration Japan 30th Anniversary art
Limited edition print release for Celebration Japan 2008

Acrylics and colored pencils

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Darth Vader
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An original piece commissioned for the Topps Star Wars Galaxy: Series 7 card set.

© 2012 Topps/Lucasfilm. Art by Grant Gould.
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The best Star Wars movie... just a few moments before the memorable battle that ends up in the fatefull dialogue...

I was so excited about the Matt Busch videos "You can draw Star Wars" that I felt like doing some job in traditional media.

The consequeces of my excitment is that I didn't finished well the sketch before the painting process... so it ended up with some mistakes, especially in circle structure.

Anyway I really love the scenario created for this combat... the cloud city offered an epic enviroment for the confront.

-made with markers, color pencil and little ink on details-


Ps: Forgot to mention that this was a birthday gift for a friend, it has 29x42 (A3 size)

Other Star Wars stuff that I did, not so old as this one



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