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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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Another recent piece due out this summer through Acme Archives/ Lucasfilm Ltd.
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APOLOGY: For all that haven't read the book yet, I sincerely apologize for the spoiler here--and hope that it doesn't detract too much from your future reading experience...

This image was one of those that wouldn't get out of my head until I drew it. It's not a very clean drawing, and was done pretty quickly, so isn't as crisp or detailed as my usual work, and there are plenty of problems with the figures (sigh)--but the muse has quieted since I got it done, so I decided to go ahead and post it...

This is a scene that anyone who's read the novel will recognize--I won't post the narrative, as I can't black it out--but it's Ben...with his mom...

**lip quivers again**
:cries:

H, 2H, 2B, 4B and tortillons on Canson Pure White paper w/ fine tooth.

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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.

*** I have archival PRINTS in stock of many of my works. Please feel free to send a note if there is a particular one that interests you.
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The WIPīs are over now! Finally! This is the final drawing of my Imperial Star Destroyer (Allegiance class) :D. This drawing took me almost 2 months of hard work. I donīt know how long in hours, sorry. I used several references to make this drawing come alive. As first the amazing Star Destroyer [link] originally created by Ansel Hsiao (Fractialsponge). I used also a reference of him for the Imperial shuttle [link]

As first I started with the Destroyer and I thought I would get nuts drawing this beast. But later I decided that the Destroyer itself would look boring and so I added some planets and a Nebula. My last add was the huge planet in front (Wayland). I got the idea to all this as I remembered one of my favorite novels from Star Wars EU. The Thrawn trilogy ;). Who knows the novels and - or the comics will know what Iīve drawn here ;).

The drawing itself is 1/3 larger than A2 (my biggest since over 3 years) and all is done entirely in graphite. The starfield was created with some kind of white gel pen.

I hope you like how this one turned out. I really like it thatīs for sure.
So last but not least watch it in fullview and become nuts :evillaugh: :).

WIPīs can be found all in my scrapfolder and you can also watch a short video on Youtube [link]

Thatīs all. Thanks for looking and everything. Allan

PS: The planet is slightly inspired by the Mars.

Wow it got a Daily Deviation :wow::faint:. Thank you very much ~Stevebot-7 and *bloknayrb for suggesting it :). And many thanks to^Voyager212 for featuring it.
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Darth Revan vs Darth Nihilus-Colored version.

Pencils: Edgar E Pena
Colors and BG: Largo Intergala

Heres the b&w version: clarkspark.deviantart.com/art/…

EDIT: I tweaked the exposure a bit to allow the colors of the clothes really stand out. I really like the way this one turned out. On a side note my next one might be Darth Malak vs Darth Sion? We shall see.

Characters are copyrighted LucasArts.

EDIT: Had to add watermark, too many thieves. :/
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This is one of the three illustrations for "The Clone Wars" miniatures packaging.

Painted with acrylics, colored pencil and oil.

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This piece was done for a package illustration for the Star Wars miniatures line. I used acrylic for the loose underpainting washes and then used quite a bit more oil on top for this one... oil with generous amounts of painting medium to slide around a little more than I usually do. It was fun... I think I'll do it more often.


For a more detailed description of how I created this image please click the link that goes to my blog. [link]

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Here's another SW illustration for a fan fiction (I suppose this could also go into the Fan Art category, as Soontir is a "canon character...")--it's of Jag Fel's father, Baron Soontir Fel. I don't have all the details of his character, only what I read in the NJO novels: a former military officer, a man of regal bearing, great courage and conviction. I hope this portrayal fits all of that! ;)

George Lucas owns all things Star Wars, this character, et al!

2H, H, 2B, 3B pencils on smooth surface drawing paper, some Kleenex and tortillons.

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A packaging illustration for the Star Wars miniatures line entitled "Galaxy at War".

All of these SW's pieces are painted around 11x17" size. This piece was mostly acrylic. I think I used a few subtle oil washes here and there, and of course you can see some colored pencil in the background.

*** I have archival PRINTS in stock of many of my works. Please feel free to send a note if there is a particular one that interests you.

To view the pencil sketch and background information please visit my blog. [link]

Original Star Wars Art [link]
Original Star Wars Sketches [link]
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