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Software: Photoshop cs6



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The Azure Angel was a unique customized Delta-7 Aethersprite-class light interceptor starfighter that was modified and piloted by the Jedi Padawan Anakin Skywalker during the early months of the Clone Wars.

This paint scheme was also later applied to the "Blade of Dorin", which Anakin subsequently gifted to Jedi Master Plo Koon during the Malevolence crisis. Azure Angel was named out of Anakin's love for his secret wife, Padmé Amidala.

Hope you like it. I am a dummy! The Azure Angel is probably my favorite starfighter in the Star Wars Universe.

See it in action: youtu.be/Fhw_PYL52z4?t=3m14s
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Oil on Canvas
16X20


Used Reference photo from Artist CID228 digital rendition


Yoda - WIP 2 by CID228
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Rendered in DAZ Studio 4.6 Pro     Postwork in GIMP 2.8

I made this render as a cover art image for my one-shot fan fiction Requiem for a Jedi. Ahsoka Tano speaks to a vision of her future self in a dark and mysterious ice cave.

Both this render and the fan fiction were inspired by Lixadry's "The Cave Of Frozen Death." You can view it by clicking the thumbnail image below.
The Cave Of Frozen Death by Lixadry

If you get time, I'd appreciate it if you read my story and possibly share your thoughts on it. You can go it's page by clicking below:
Requiem for a Jedi
The conversation replayed in her head hundreds of times. Each line echoed in her montrals as if they were spoken from all around her. 'This is something I need to do on my own; without the Council and without you.'
'I trusted you! I stood by you!'
'I know…'
Ahsoka Tano never doubted that she did the right thing by walking away from the Jedi Order, but she couldn't stop thinking about everything she was leaving behind. She walked for hours contemplating every detail. It wasn't before too long that she realized how much of an impulsive decision she had made. Yes, she did the right thing, but she did so with no plans for the future. She didn't even know where to sleep. All she had was a few credits in the pouch on her belt. She had enough to probably get a cheap room for the night, but then what?
She had to trust in the Force to guide her. Ahsoka knew this journey wouldn't be an easy one. Before turning down one of the many crowded city walkways of Coruscant, Ahsoka turned to take

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Rendered in DAZ Studio 4.6 Pro     Postwork in GIMP 2.8

My Nightsister OC Kiva aims her bow at an intruder on Dathomir.

I'm slowly working on updating a collection of my older renders. As I post the new version, I am placing the old version into storage. This render replaces an older render of the same name. I can't begin to tell you all of the things that were wrong with the older version. The biggest difference was that I wanted Kiva on Dathomir as opposed to some random world. I hope you like the new version of Assassin of the Mist. B-)


I still need to remodel that darn bow :facepalm:
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Software: Photoshop cs6

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Rendered in DAZ Studio 4.6 Pro     Postwork in GIMP 2.8

My OC Alaira Dalia prays for the people affected by the tsunami/earthquake tragedy that struck Japan a few years ago.

I'm slowly working on updating a collection of my older renders. As I post the new version, I am placing the old version into storage. This render replaces "Pray for Japan." I still really liked the concept and thought that this render should remain essentially the same and simply be redone from the ground up with my current skills. I hope you like it. B-)

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I figured Gree would look better in this pose than Bacara and I was right XD
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Rendered in DAZ Studio 4.6 Pro     Postwork in GIMP 2.8

April's installment of my 2014 Star Wars swimsuit calendar. Jedi Knight Aayla Secura loves every now and then to go for a swim in deep oceans. Beneath the surface there is a serene silence as the current gently massages her body.

This month is a little bit less busy with air dates for Star Wars and I must say that I am honestly glad. These calendars are actually quite a pain to put together. I don't use any sort of preset programs. I use GIMP 2.8 and make each calendar page from nothing. And yet, most, if not all, of the feedback is focused on the image. Is the calendar part even worth it? Maybe I should just post a render each month for this series and leave the calendar generation for those who sell calendars as prints. Anyways, I hope you like the calendar page for this month.

Star Wars Swimsuit Calendar 2014 - January by Crimsonight Star Wars Swimsuit Calendar 2014 - February by Crimsonight Star Wars Swimsuit Calendar 2014 - March by Crimsonight Star Wars Swimsuit Calendar 2014 - April by Crimsonight

You can view the render for this month on its own in my Scraps or by clicking on the thumbnail image below.

Aayla in April by Crimsonight

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well i believe its now going to be a series of iconic scenes/ duels from the star wars saga in the old Gendy style clone war. I screwed up on grievous's light-sabers other than that its turned out pretty good
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