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This is Zayne from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, a Jedi Padawan on the run trying to clear his name. I used younger Christian Bale as a reference, and tried to capture the intense look of a fugitive.
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My concept for Queen Talia from Knights of the Old Republic II. I wish I had fully painted this one, but it had to be turned in rather quickly.
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The mysterious Jarael, enigmatic outlaw from Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic wields her shockstaff. This was all about detail and establishing a 'Star Wars Feel' to the tech and environment.
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Star Wars fanart. Jedi Hunter Duron Qel-Droma and his one and only love exploring the caves of Korriban. Terentatek included.
Inspired by SW Tales #23: Shadows and Light.
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In anticipation for The Old Republic I decided to replay KOTOR(still an awesome game!!!!) :D
This is my interpretation of a female Revan, you might recognise her as I used one of the female Revan heads as a reference:)

Hope you like:)
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And finally stepping in to the KOTOR comic cast, we have our protaganist; Jedi Padawan Zayne Carrick.

An earnest and dedicated yet unlucky student in the Jedi order, Carrick spent most of his time on the planet Taris trying and failing to capture the Snivvian con artist Marn "The Gryph" Hyrogryph. His failures did nothing to endear him to his master, Lucien Draay, though the other masters and padawans of the Taris Jedi enclave were fond of the young student. But his world took a turn for the darker when he arrived late at his graduating class only to discover that each of the Masters had killed their student, and that he was next. Now, accused of the murders commited by his masters and on the run from a sinister covenant, Zanye must clear his name and seek the truth, all while trying to stay alive in a Galaxy soon to be invaded by Mandalorians and torn apart by civil war.

KOTOR: Best, Comic. Ever.

Buy it now.
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Even though I'm some sort of a comic geek, I must admit I lost interest in most of the single issue comics that come out right now. They tend to be a bit boring, and most of the time they're always preparing for the major crossover event of that year, that will change everything in the publisher's universe, just like they did the previous year. Nowadays, I tend to buy more collected issues, paperbacks, omnibus(es?), etc. That way, I get an entire story arc in the same book. Considering how my place is, it's easier to find a whole story arc in a volume, instead of a lot of single issues, they seem to lose themselves all over the place.
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, from Dark Horse Comics, is an exception. It's fun and funny, the scripts are very well written and the art is, for the most part, ok. I was a fan of the Bioware game, and was a bit put off when I learned they weren't going to be focusing on the characters of the game. But they came up with Zayne Carrick, the failed padawan, and Griff, the coolest con artist in the Star Wars Universe, right after Han solo.
This is my depiction of them, hope you like it! It was also my first time drawing an alien, I think.
Hopefully, I'll be posting the color version within a week, so check back by then!
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this is for an art contest..... I didnt know who aurra sing was until I decided to submit an entry ;) she kicks ass. anyway. mostly digital art, although the background was an old colored pencil drawing that I scanned and manipulated quite a bit.....so it was reborn. haha.
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Kreia:The disciple... he worships you quietly...
Just a silly picture of Mical mooning over the Exile, admiring her from afar as she works on something weird at the Ebon Hawk's workbench.
Yes, that is supposed to be a hydrospanner in her left hand. And I gave her KotOR 1 style robes because in my opinion, KotOR 2 robes make her look odd
Wow, making fanart for KotOR is really pushing me out of my art doldrums!
Did anyone else think Disciple's character model in the game looked really weird?
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Zayne's fugitive outfit, worn for the greater part of all the story arcs since issue 6 of KOTOR the comic book. Not much else to say here, except that's he's lost his padawan braid and the outfit rocks.

Remember, KOTOR is the best comic out there. Buy it. Now,
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