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In the most recent episode of Clone Wars, Grievous was stuck on a planet with no ship and had to ride a Reek for transport, the same horned creature that appeared on Episode II of Star Wars. Download for HUGE picture.
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An entry from an art jam at#CL-CW, where we had to switch the gender of any character from Clone Wars.
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5/29/11:Updated picture, mostly on the background making the lines of the buildings more straight, also some touches on the characters.
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No, that's not the character Senator Chuchi, just some random female Pantoran, she doesn't have a name because I honestly don't know what to call her. Picture drawn and colored on Tegaki, with some finishing touches on Gimp.

Pantorans belong to Lucasfilm.
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Nautolan MEchanic, requested by Danthrall of SWAG.
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Derf Farwacc, a Rodian scout, and his trusty eopie mount. Requested by Derf on SWAG.
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Kwelik is a Quarren spacer I drew for fun. I like this character.
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I drew this for StarWars.com last year. Click the link to read more & see the drawing steps: [link]

Or copy & paste the URL:
grantgould.blogspot.com/2011/09/draw-embo-from-star-wars-clone-wars.html
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Some of my sketch cards for Topps' Star Wars Galaxy 5 trading card set. Drawn with pencil, brush pen, and Prismacolor markers.
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One of my "Artist Return Sketch Cards" from the latest Topps Star Wars Galaxy set, Series 6. Features the characters Rumi, Sugi, and Embo from the Clone Wars season 2 episode "Bounty Hunters."

Created with pencil, brush pen, and Prismacolor markers.
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This is a digital commission featuring Han & Chewie but not really.

The original line art measures 11 x 17 inches and was drawn on Blue Line art board in pencil. The final artwork was colored in Photoshop CS4 using a Wacom Cintiq 21UX.

Go here to learn more about commissioning original or digital artwork from me: [link]

-Otis
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This is a digital commission featuring an inter-agency discussion about jurisdictional issues.

The original line art measures 7.5 x 14 inches and was drawn on Bristol art board in pencil. The final artwork was colored in Photoshop CS4 using a Wacom Cintiq 21UX.

You can watch a recording of me coloring this piece on my Ustream channel here: [link]

Go here to learn more about commissioning original or digital artwork from me: [link]

-Otis
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I was finally given approval to show off the artwork for my Topps Star Wars Galaxy 6 base card. This is the first time I've been asked to create artwork that will be on an official, printed Topps trading card that will be printed and inserted into multiple packs of cards. I was honored to be asked and hope that Star Wars fans enjoy the piece that I've created for the set.

I created this piece in December of 2010. The original line art measures 11 x 14 inches and was drawn on Bristol art board in pencil. The final artwork was colored in Photoshop CS4 using a Wacom Cintiq 21UX. I will be selling the original artwork and a signed final card at some point in the future. Stay tuned . . .
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Well, Im not sure this character is a Sith in the game, but well I dont care about dark side, light side, the character is just cool.
Since I've discovered that not all Togrutas are red and white, its even cooler

but the best part is!!!! its a Commission

its great, its beyond great

done by *Bea-Gonzalez :iconbea-gonzalez:


so a big round of applause to the artist

and I have to finish by : the whole entire SWTOR universe is
Bioware copyright
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well, yet another commission from my never ending list! I still have to explore that artist's gallery! **embarassed**!!

a new Twi'lek, Sith, from SWTOR, by :iconjohnbecaro:

enjoy!
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ok dont have an original title to give yet! will probably take the name of one twi'lek in the game, there is 9 known names (well that I know of) for Twi'leks that looks exactly the same in the KOTOR game (Anglu, Dahnis, Lena, Malare. Casandra Mateil, Lyn Sekla, Zaerdra, Zeena)

another wonderful commission done by :iconsuppa-rider:

thats by far one of my fave twi'lek that I have asked! though I really dont like the screenshots from the game, everything looks too square, uneven in them!
maybe I love her because of her lekku marks? they appears nowhere else but in that game, and on like every twi'lek in that game!!
and also I asked for different clothes than in the game, well the clothes are from the SWTOR game, so still staying in the star wars game theme!
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Continuing my rash of better-ized KotOR comics (it's getting pretty severe, maybe I should put some ointment on it), here's...this one.

You can see my original comments here: [link]
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You guys want more KotOR well guess what here's more KotOR!!

Malak's attempts to turn Revan against the Jedi didn't exactly go as he had hoped.

As per HK-47's contract stipulates, he has to make an appearance here.

That droid is clearly the most amazing character in anything, ever.

I used no reference but my own memory, but that's okay, because inaccuracy just makes it funnier, right? ...Right?
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Bastila's such a prick...

Hope this doesn't turn into a Basti bash-fest, though. Chick's got enough problems already.

Page 1: [link]
Page 3: [link]
Page 4: [link]
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Original 9" x 12", Bristol. Pen-Ink. Colors: Photoshop CS4

Art for the Trooperfest badge.
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To go with the theme I'm rolling with at Star Wars Celebration V, I've created 5 "Attraction Posters" ala Disneyland. Each day of the Convention, I will hand out a different poster (11" x 17") limited 250 of each. Two times a day (125 each time) at 1pm and 4pm.

The First Poster is for Coruscant. I will post the original B&W art shortly. Tomorrow I will post the second poster.

Colors/Text done in Photoshop CS4
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12" x 30", Pen-Ink

Working on a few of these between commissions and deadlines. Coming soon, Vader, Boba Fett, Stormtrooper, Clonetrooper
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My submission for the July '06 KFM Duelling Circle Challenge, "Action". I wasn't in the mood to be serious, so I decided to poke a little fun at how one seemed to get attacked by animals everywhere one went in both KotOR games. (No peaceful herbivores around, huh? I can understand Dxun, but... Dantooine! where are the iriaz, for starters? And surely the creatures everywhere aren't uniformly territorial - only a small percentage of animals are actually territorial... on Earth, anyway - or going through a mating seasion or ravenously hungry all at the same time? and even so, why is it that their hunting/attack behaviour are all the same? Okay, I know, it's because it's a game, and it wasn't made by the fellows who did Half Life or Biohazard. :rofl: But I've made fun of so many other aspects of the game that I might as well go on poking fun at it!).


Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II property of LucasArts and Obsidian Entertainment.
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"You were the Chosen One! It was said that you would destroy the Sith, not join them. Bring balance to the Force, not leave it in darkness!"

- Obi-Wan Kenobi
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Painting of my favourite scene in ROTS. Yes, the one in which Anakin Skywalker gets flambé'd. :laughing: Referenced from a Star Wars CCG card.

I've realised that my greatest weakness where painting is concerned is - I depend entirely too much on preliminary sketches. If I have to do everything from scratch digitally - *especially* if it means painting from blobs of colour - I'm pretty much bantha fodder. So from now on, whenever I can, I'm going to force myself to do exactly that. (Uh, practice, I mean, *not* become bantha fodder). Even if it means subjecting my hapless watchers to crappy paintings.

EDIT: Fixed his damned teeth. :laughing: I guess 'Jedi' and 'good chompers' don't usually go together... Added a touch of sweat beads too, upon the suggestion of a friend.


Obi-Wan Kenobi, Mustafar, and everything else Star Wars property of George Lucas.
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[Oh sure, you'll never read Macbeth the same way again. :giggle:]

100 Pictures Challenge #63: Do Not Disturb!

When I recently ran a poll asking my watchers what I should draw next, two themes that popped up repeatedly were: Star Wars, and Star Wars pilot abuse. Not to worry: I'm *still* planning on a Carth-torture picture. In the meantime, there's always... THIS. :rofl:

To continue the joke I started last year...

So we know all about Star Wars. About the huge, menacing capital ships and the looming Death Star, about the frenetic dogfights and frantic chases, and how you can score a girl by being a scruffy smuggler who's forced to jump into a trash compactor after her.

But surely... life in Star Wars isn't all about blaster battles and flying through asteroid fields? What about the more mundane aspects of life, like... Leia keeping Luke and Han whimpering in the corridor of the Millennium Falcon while she does her hair in the refresher for two hours every morning?


Seriously, fellows. Putting three guys on a ship with a woman with meticulous, mile-long hair, and only one bathroom between them? DISASTER. And what's with classical girls who brush their hair 100 times anyway??

To see the previous episode of Scenes You'll Never See in Star Wars, click here: [link]


NOTE: No, I have no idea what the galley and bathroom on the Millennium Falcon look like. I *do* know more or less where they're located, though, thanks to the blueprints from the Star Wars Technical Journal. So I took artistic licence. ;)


Star Wars property of George Lucas.
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SO. This is my piece for the color portion of this week.

I'm not sure what Sean is going to say about this one. Sean took us through his color schemes, and while I think it works for him, my coloring is really different. He likes to use saturation to focus on characters, but I do other things!

My thought process here is that since the disguised Rodian Jedi "Pointy", as he's affectionately been nicknamed, is on the seedy underworld moon Nar Shaadda. It's filled with lot's of bright neon-type lights, and destaturating the background simply wasn't working. So I let the lights tell the story. The building lights, highlights, hologram, and stroke around Pointy help the eye to keep moving around the piece. I also refrained from the use of texture and noise on Pointy to help him pop out a bit more. Finally, I did my best to keep the composition circular so that the eye wouldn't get too stuck. And YES, that's a wanted poster for fellow Jedi-on-the-run, Peil! While I still think this panel needs a little work, I have to throw in the towel for now and move on to background 3.

You can check out Sean "Cheeks" Galloway's phenomenal work here:

[link]
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I have NO idea why there isn't more Embo art out there. He's so cool!

This bad mofo is from the Clone Wars cartoon. I was originally going to do Captain Argyus in his place, but I saw an Embo action figure and HAD to have it. Once I snatched that up, I knew I had to squeeze him in, so Argyus got the boot! I only wanted to do one Clone Wars CG show-born character in this set, and it had to be Embo!

Hopefully we see more of this guy in the future!

And yeah, I've got the worst patience in the world. From now on, I'll be posting these between Wednesday - Friday each week. Sometimes I just can't wait until Friday if I don't have to!!
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I am alive and well! Thanks to everyone for the well wishes through Hurricane Irene. She came in and left pretty peacefully, all things considered. But enough about that, PAGE 4 HAS ARRIVED!

Fordo follows his squad as they wander off like zombies towards the haunting melody heard in the jungles of Dathomir. They're brought to a huge sketchy looking ziggurat, and they're about to find the source of the song...

About the song used in the comic:

The lyrics are actually from a great original song by Dominique Ventura, a musician on YouTube. When I had the idea for the story, I went looking for the right inspiration, and her song nailed it on the head. Head on over there if you're interested in hearing the Siren's Song from the comic! [link]


And if you'd like your Clone design to appear in a later page, you can join in on the contest HERE:

[link]

All pages to date:


Page 7: [link]
Page 8: [link]
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First off, :icontemiel: ~temiel was so gracious to allow me to color her absolutely scoundrellicious lineart of Atton, seen here: [link]

This was a blast to do, even though I know it's not perfect by a long shot. Besides, it looks better in person. :XD: It took me about five hours total work, from the color-blending I did to find the proper shades to the extending of a few lines which mysteriously got cut short.

Medium:
PrismaColor Turquoise sketch graphite pencils (for the cockpit)
PrismaColor colored pencils (for everything in color)

Atton. My scoundrel. :love:


KotOR belongs to LucasArts, BioWare, Obsidian

Lineart courtesy of :icontemiel:
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What can I say? I'm into remakes. :XD: Actually, I just reeeeeally wanted to redo it and make it look better! I think I did... What do y'all think?


Star Wars © George Lucas. Leia went back on her shelf as soon as this portrait was finished. :laughing:
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Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords
“You’d Better Mean It”

     Okay, so I was lounging in the cockpit, doing what I always do.  I was flipping through my cards, trying to figure out what I’d done with the marked deck I’d had a few weeks ago.  I ran my hand along under the pilot’s seat, looking for the little secret area I normally kept such valuables in.  All I found was an age-old wad of chewing gum that had dried harder than a brick wall.  Now that was disgusting.  Anyway, I kept fumbling around for that stupid deck, and I was leaned just about all the way from the seat when there was this prickling in the back of my mind.  My entire body went on alert, and the cards started flipping through my head faster than ever before.  I hurried through a few games, trying to block the door against whoever was coming inside.  With my luck, it was going to be Granny again.  What fun.  But then as quickly as the prickling had started, it ended, but I didn’t relax.  Okay, so I quit playing pazaak so insanely fast.  I went back to a slower pace, scrunching myself down into my seat.  Back to the normal routine.  Look lazy, flop hair oh-so-scoundrelliciously over one eye, smirk.  Look normal.  Look like nothing’s going on . . . Oh, if I was so laid-back, then how come I nearly leaped right out of my chair when I heard the gentle pattering of Metarie’s boots in the hall?!  I turned ever so casually and nodded when she came in before giving my usual greeting.

     “Somethin’ up?”

     It was right then that she completely took me by surprise.  Never in a million years would I have anticipated hearing the question she asked, though give me a few billion, and maybe I’d be able to see it coming.

     “Atton,” she began, “why do you play pazaak in your head?”

     Aha!  So she was the little infiltrator.  Well, that would explain why it didn’t hurt as much as it had with that old witch.  But how’d she get in?  Unless Granny helped her . . . Traitorous old schutta.  I turned and flashed her a teasing grin.

     “Why do you fantasize about seeing Blondie without his robes on?”  I was avoiding the question, and I knew it, too.

     She glared slightly at me, setting her hands on her hips.  Her face didn’t turn red, and she didn’t get upset.  She just leveled me with an ice queen glare that melted after a moment.

     “You’re lying,” she said.

     “Through my teeth!” I returned, turning away from her.

     “You’re also avoiding the question.”  Ohh, why did she have to figure it out?!  I like not being figured out!  It adds a certain mysterious attractiveness that most women would die for.  But she was right, so I shrugged.

     “Passes the time.  It’s better than listing engine sequencers, memorizing hyperspace routes, or counting ticks in the power coupling.”

     “But you do all those things.”  So I do.  But how’d she figure that out?!  Oh, well.  Another question for another time.  She kept going.  “And there are no ticks in the power coupling . . . it’s fixed.”

     Thank you for that brilliant insight, General Obvious!  I turned, caught her line of gaze, and sighed.

     “Of course it’s fixed.  And that’s why you should count the ticking in the power coupling, too!”

     She looked confused, which I expected.  But what I didn’t expect was her sitting down beside me and leaning forward as if waiting for an explanation.  That hadn’t happened before.  Hell, none of this had.

     “Maybe you ought to explain a bit,” she urged.

     I frowned at her and realized I was still holding my cards.  I picked one up, holding it between my first and middle fingers as I looked it over.  Hmm.  A bent corner.  Bad.  I looked at her again and flashed the card at her.

     “Why do I play pazaak?  Okay, okay, I’ll show you.”

     She already had her side deck out and warmed up, and she nodded.  I dealt, and we got underway.  It wasn’t such a bad game, to be honest.  She’d improved dramatically since we first played on Citadel Station.  And she was concentrating so hard she was making faint creases in her forehead.  She was learning.  

     We played through a few ties before we finally came to the end.  I won, but I think it was because she lost her concentration there at the end and miscounted her total.  Oh, well.  We weren’t playing for any reason other than for me to make a point.  As she gathered up her cards and I gathered up mine, I glanced up to her.

     “Good game.  So tell me . . . What are you thinking about right now?”

     She looked to me, her eyebrows furrowed slightly.  Force, she looked so cute with furrowed eyebrows.  Something flickered in her eyes, like a light bulb was slowly coming on.

     “I’m still trying to compute the totals to twenty,” she admitted with a shrug.

     “Exactly!”  Boy, this was going better than I’d expected.  She was actually getting it.  “That’s why I play pazaak in my head.  Because if you’ve don’t, then I hate to break it to you, sister, but you’ve left the door wide open, and anybody can walk in.”

     “Oh, I see . . .”  Uh, oh.  I knew that tone.  She didn’t see.  “So you play pazaak to shield your thoughts.”

     “Nah, I play pazaak in my head,” I shrugged. “BUT . . . while I’m doin’ that, it’s a whole lot harder for somebody to just walk in.”

     She looked up at me and tilted her head slightly to one side.  I shoved my cards back into my pocket and leaned back in my seat, clasping my hands behind my head.  She chewed at her bottom lip for a minute before studying me.

     “Is that anything you can teach me to do?”

     Frack.  She still didn’t get it.  I sighed, feeling myself getting a bit exasperated.  I don’t like that feeling.  It’s when your chest tightens up and you just want to throw your hands up and say “Forget it.”  I just shook my head at her.

     “No.  I can only teach you to play pazaak.  Do you understand me?”  I figured she didn’t.

     But she did.  Something clicked for her, and she nodded emphatically after a moment.  I couldn’t help but heave a sigh of relief that she’d actually gotten it.  She fished her cards back out and held them out toward me.

     “Then teach me.”

     So I did, even though she really didn’t need another lesson in the game.  We played for a couple of hours, and she actually won more times than I did.  I hated to admit it, but she was getting pretty good.  When we came to the close of what seemed like our hundredth game and she’d won—again—I looked over at her and nodded.

     “Listen, Met, this is important.”  She did, and I continued.  “If you’re ever fighting someone who has the power over your mind—whether light or dark—play pazaak.  Start listing hyperspace routes.  Recite engine sequencers.  And when they try to use their powers on you, suddenly it’s not as easy as they thought.”  I paused and met her gaze, giving a tiny smile to make her feel better.  “Because you’ll be right here with me, playing pazaak, where they can’t reach you.”

     She nodded slowly, taking it all in.  For a minute, I wondered if she was somehow trying to figure out how somebody like me knew something like that.  I guess it was a bit of a surprise, considering how I’d been acting like a lazy idiot since we met.  She glanced at me, looking sort of apologetic, and she reached over for my hand.

     “Atton . . . before . . . I felt your mind, with Kreia’s help.  And . . . and I’m sorry.  I didn’t mean to intrude like that.”

     Huh.  She was actually apologizing for it!  That was . . . weird, to put it simply.  I just shrugged, trying to look as casual as I could.

     “Of course you did,” I said. “Y’see, Jedi—light or dark—do it, and more often than you’d think.  But I never heard one say they were sorry before . . . That’s a new house rule.”

     She smiled faintly at me again, giving my hand another gentle squeeze.  Yeah, she was really sorry for what she’d done.  I hadn’t expected to see that.  But then again, I hadn’t expected her to ‘fess up to it.  Sure, I’d had people try to poke around in my head before, but they’d all been stopped either by those crazy things I did to keep my mind busy.  The only one who’d ever gotten in and hurt me was Granny.  But if she’d been helping Metarie get into my head, then why didn’t it hurt?  I couldn’t figure it out no matter how hard I tried.  I looked away and out the window.  Just then, Metarie spoke.

     “Do you mean it?”

     I gave a start.

     “Mean what?”

     “What you said . . . about me being here with you.  I know it was figurative, but . . . you’d better mean it.”

     I looked up at her, a grin creeping across my face.  You see, I thought she was kidding, cracking a joke, something like that.  I thought she was being sarcastic.  But when she gazed up at me and her blue-gray eyes locked with mine, my smile faded.  She wasn’t kidding.  Her eyes were so full of pain, so full of loneliness . . .  It was like she just needed somebody to be there for her.  She didn’t say a word; she didn’t have to.  Everything was in her eyes.  All the pain she’d ever been through, every nightmare, every battle scar . . .  Okay, so saying I was startled would be a huge understatement.  I was downright scared as she just stared at me.  It was as if she was expecting me—ME—to be that somebody she could lean on when the going got rough.  I didn’t deserve that trust.  She didn’t deserve me.  I looked away for a second, and when I turned back, she was still staring at me.  She gave me one last long look before gathering up her cards, murmuring her thanks for the lesson, and disappearing from the cockpit as quietly as she’d come in.  I sat back, crossed my arms, and sighed.  Those words of hers, with their tone of desperation and misery, burned in my head: “You’d better mean it.”  

     My only problem was . . .  Did I?
This could be better known as "Writing Practice 3," but since it was so long, I decided against entitling it that. :XD: Well, as you can see, it's the pazaak conversation, featuring Metarie. Yay, no more GAGE for a while! :w00t:



KotOR belongs to LucasArts, BioWare, and Obsidian
Metarie Keno is mine.
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