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This was created for Fantasy Flight Games' "Star Wars - The Card Game" a while back.
Oil on panel 14" x 13".
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So this was yet another Star Wars character that I was unfamiliar with until this assignment came along. I was asked to imbue the admiral with the look of a "confident and brilliant military man. Striking features and red eyes. The pose and body language should reflect that he is emotionally controlled."

Illustrated for the Star Wars miniatures: Imperial Entanglements packaging art.

I used the same mixed media approach, washes of acrylic in the background and oil built up on top for detail and glazed in for color modulation.

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Another recent piece due out this summer through Acme Archives/ Lucasfilm Ltd.
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Featured Card art in Topps last Star Wars Galaxy set!
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ZAP!! That's all I'm say'n.

O.k. well, not quite. This is another character that was new to me. Here we have the powerful Sith lord oozing with force lightening. Don't stand too close.

You'll see this illustration on the "Jedi Academy" package for the Star Wars Miniatures line.

Mixed media: acrylic, oil colored pencil and wee bits of airbrush

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The Old Republic is no more and the Imperial order rules the galaxy under control of Emperor Palpatine. Wave upon wave of ships enter space combat for the first time in an attempt to end the Rebellion against the newly formed Galactic Empire.
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I wasn't familiar with Mr. Mandalore until asked to paint another illustration for the Star Wars minis packages.

Here's a little bit about what his life is about. "Madalore the Ultimate established his reputation as a brazen strategist who was capable of immense destruction. He led a merciless campaign in the Outer Rim Territories, authorizing the devastation of such planets as Cathar, and allowing his armies to sack the world of Althir. Even as the Republic began to respond to his aggressions, he continued to lead his Mandalorians with brutal efficiency. As the war escalated, Mandalore proved that he was willing to do anything to win his cause, even to the point of using nuclear devices to destroy entire cities."

I'm not sure if he uses "nuke-u-lar" devices or "nuclear" weapons... but either way he's a bad mo fo. : P

As for what mediums I used, I just stuck with acrylic and colored pencil on this one... I left the oil tucked away under my acrylic palette. Most likely it was dried out, and I was too lazy to squeeze out a new palette full.

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Hey, I get to show some more of my "almost" recent art!

This is another Star Wars piece that was done for the Star Wars Miniatures: Knights of the Old Republic Packaging Art

It was painted with acrylic, colored pencil and a little bit of oil to pop those last final details. The size of the original is 8"x17".

Please check out my blog [link] for the behind-the-scenes info. I've included the sketch, reference images and even a little pic of what the miniature looks like.

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I did this painting for the celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Star Wars
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Final piece.

Print available HERE: www.etsy.com/listing/164065535…
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