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Sometimes art comes from a powerful flash of experience that changes you forever.

I call this one "The last thing your nipples ever saw…"

You have to be careful when checking out a Jedi babe's glorious backside. They know things. The Force isn't just for seeing the future, and levitating stuff. It'll also clue a Jedi vixen in on your impure thoughts. What she chooses to do with this information makes all the difference.

I will say that Darth Talon had a much, much more pleasant reaction. Also involving nipples, but far less lazering them off of me.

For Star Wars Galaxies. Copyright Lucas Arts and Sony Online Entertainment. Art directed by Roger Chamberlain and Derek Herring.

Special thanks to the fine nurses at "Scoop and Run Emergency Services and Frozen Yogurt Delivery" who promptly applied cold, and replaced the damaged tissue with Oreos.
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I don't want to disappoint you all with no jackass commentary on this piece. At the same time, this guy can strangle someone who displeases him from across galaxies. Now, I know he's just a floating spirit or whatever, and he's all redeemed and nice and junk. But I don't want to push my luck.

Vader may very well be my first icon of awesome. My parents tell me that Star Wars was the first movie I ever saw. And "forever did it dominate my destiny."

For Star Wars Galaxies. Copyright Lucas Arts and Sony Online Entertainment. Art directed by Roger Chamberlain and Derek Herring.

Chestplate by Hebrew washing machine scrapyard. I'm not even kidding. The first Vader costume was seriously cobbled together from junk, including a washing machine coin slot. The Hebrew words were the inspiration for "Sith Script" which was used for the following costumes. And the words became a prophecy, instead of, I guess "Linens and Delicates."
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Ok, I know he looks like Boba Fett. He's trying to look like Fett. He desperately wants, more than anything to be Fett. Ever since he was a little boy, he dreamed of it, and practiced his menacing nod in the mirror every day. His first helmet was shoddily crafted from a bucket with tin snips and a rusty hacksaw. His first bounty hunt was for "Timmy, the kid with asthma." He snuggled with a plush Darth Vader, and contracted hits on Kermit, and Mr. Bear.

But he is not Boba Fett. He's Jodo Kast. And it's no longer cute now that he's a full grown poseur extraordinaire.

His blasters don't even fire laser bolts. They fire shame and self-loathing. His jetpack is fueled with the tears of a life wasted.

However, he does win Star Wars Trivia bar night, and the bar gift certificates are almost enough to drink the regret away.

For Star Wars Galaxies. Copyright Lucas Arts and Sony Online Entertainment. Art directed by Roger Chamberlain and Derek Herring.

Photography by Cloud City Studios. (Because they're the ones who did Boba Fett's headshots.)
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This is a painting I did for the Star Wars Galaxies TCG. She is a Nautolan Sith in the opening stance of form II - Makashi. This is only the thumbnail. The full image is here - [link]
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This is a painting I did for the Star Wars Galaxies TCG. I got to design this character for the game. His name is Namman Cha. This is only the thumbnail. The full image is here - [link]
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This is another one I did for SWGTCG.

TM & © 2011 LECL & LFL. All Rights Reserved.
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This is card art done for the Sony Star Wars TCG.
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This is card art done for the Sony Star Wars TCG.

I guess the tip of the day here is "always looks up and behind you". Some would say very specific advice, but useful never the less.
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This is card art for the latest explansion set for the Star Wars Galaxies TCG produced by Sony Online Entertainment.

Thanks to Derek Herring and RogerChamberlain for their great art direction.
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pic created for the winner of this contest [link]
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pic created for the current leader (Emperor) of The Black Empire- [link]

Brahlis
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Hope you guys like this. Thanks

Cheers!!
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Hey Guys,

Here is Yuyi, sister of Nomura [link]
commission for :iconhausofdye:
Like her sister Yuyi presented many challenges but overall it was a great and fun experience creating painting this character.

Thank you Alex for the commission!! and I hope you and I will get to work again.
Cheers,
K

Photoshop CS5
WACOM INTUOS 4
TIME 16 HOURS

Interested in commissions [link]
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He looks pretty dashing :) Card Art for the now defuncted Star War Galaxies Trading Card Game.

Copyright of Lucasarts Entertainment and Sony Online Entertainment.
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Hi guys! This is a new set of 12 artworks I did for the new Star Wars Essential Reader's Companion. Although the dateline for this book was a lot tighter it nevertheless was an enjoyable and rewarding experience.

As with the last book I will be posting them in the order of sequence as it appears in the Reader's Companion. Enjoy!

Kyle Katarn and Jerec duke it out at the Valley of the Jedi in Ruusan. This scene is from one of my favorite Star Wars game franchises, Dark Forces. Though I have to admit that Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight is the only one in the series I've not actually played through. Nevertheless I do find it baffling that Kyle was able to defeat Jerec even after he was imbued with the power of many Jedis. I know gameplay factor had alot to do with this but perhaps there's a canon explanation of how Kyle Katarn overcame the supposedly "invincible" Sith that I'm not aware of.

Copyright of Lucasfilm Ltd.
Published by Del Rey, an imprint of Random House Publishing Group, a division of Random House, Inc.

You can get the book here >> [link]
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Card Art for the now defuncted Star War Galaxies Trading Card Game.

Copyright of Lucasarts Entertainment and Sony Online Entertainment.
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Another one done by request, was a pretty straight forward painting, without many changes throughout, so it only ended up taking around 10-12 hrs. Don't paint many male figures it seems so this one was a nice change of pace.

Anyhow feel free to leave any crits/comments.

character closeup ->[link]
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More request work, this one was requested by TheTaldan of his Starwars inquisitor character. I kind of rushed this one due to time space, so I'm iffy about the turnout, he looks a little to stiff to me.

spent around 4-5 hours overall.

any comments critiques welcomed as usual
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Done this morning after work. 4-5 hrs all together
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Cover to #1 ish of pcoming Star Wars comic series.
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...From around the time I was preparing to do "Star Wars: Legacy" cover #42... I did a few sketches and character studies to get into the groove... FOund this on my hard drive while cleaning up-- thought I would share.
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upcoming cover to Star Wars: Legacy #45
[link]
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Card illustration that I made for Star Wars Galaxies TCG (Set 8)


© Sony Online Entertainment LLC.
© Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd.
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Card illustration that I made for Star Wars Galaxies TCG (Set 8)


© Sony Online Entertainment LLC.
© Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd.
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Card illustration that I made for Star Wars Galaxies TCG (Set 8)
Since this is a high profile card, I was afraid that I would face shitloads of revisions fron Lucasart but my first rough did get approved just like that :)

Note: I used my 12" figure as reference.


© Sony Online Entertainment LLC.
© Lucasfilm Entertainment Company Ltd.
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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

*** 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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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.

*** 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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Dreadlocks I like, head tendrils... not so much. I don't know, I'm just not a huge fan, and the the Star Wars universe seems to be rampant with them.

Nevertheless, we have Mr. Fisto sporting his legendary smile and two lightsabers. I wanted to show him bare chested under water, but apparently the miniatures figure had this particular outfit, so we had to go this direction.

The art was commissioned for a packaging illustration for the Star Wars miniatures line entitled "Galaxy at War".

Medium: acrylic, oil and colored pencil with little bursts of airbrush here and there.

Size: 11x17"

*** I have archival PRINTS in stock 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]

*** 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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Star Wars Galaxy Card 2
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Star Wars Galaxy Card 3
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Star Wars Galaxy Card 1
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