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memo-c Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2018
Wow, this is lovely. Is it okay if I share your art on twitter?
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goatrocket Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2018  Hobbyist Digital Artist
if you credit me sure. I'm goatrocket on twitter as well
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memo-c Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2018
thank you!
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Itesa Featured By Owner Dec 17, 2017
So sweet!  Well done!
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MasterOf4Elements Featured By Owner Jun 12, 2017
da feeeeels!
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Incandescent-Panda Featured By Owner May 8, 2016  Hobbyist
I love the way they're interacting! Also Leia's expression Waaaah! 
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msbrit90 Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2016  Hobbyist General Artist
beautiful, so many feels tho :( 
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Mitiltenten89 Featured By Owner Feb 22, 2016
Lindo desenho!!!
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MorfStrongo Featured By Owner Feb 10, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
you monster Waaaah! 
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RensKnight Featured By Owner Feb 9, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
I'm not sure...but maybe Ben felt a bit more accepted with Leia.  That said, I'm not sure how long that lasted if she too ended up fearing what his powers would become.  And Ben felt those fears and experienced it on his end as rejection.  But maybe there's a bit more left for Leia than there was for Han...
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rababco Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
It would make sense that she would accept him more because she's also force-sensitive. She also seemed to love her son more and could sense that there was still good in him (Luke must've rubbed off on her.) It must've been pretty weird for Han that Leia was talking to him about that like, "okay, whatever you say Leia." I'm still trying to figure out why she sent Han instead of going herself. It doesn't help that Ben/Kylo obviously has serious mental issues. From what I've seen, I'm guessing he's Borderline like his grandfather was, and like with Anakin, they just didn't know how to do deal with someone who had mental problems or even that he was mentally ill (apparently, thousands of years in the future they can travel across planets, fight with lightsabers and blasters and can use the force but don't have psychiatrists, go figure.) 
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RensKnight Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
It's really hard to diagnose Kylo given the additional wrinkle of being Force-sensitive, but he is very clearly tormented by something, and needs help.  I just wonder how you get a Force-sensitive person to check into inpatient and stay there, especially when there seem to be so few others of them left?
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rababco Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I'm not sure how being force-sensitive would make it hard to diagnose him. It was actually a couple of psychiatrists who suggested Anakin had Borderline Personality Disorder  en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Borderli… and I think it makes a lot sense, especially because of his intense fear of losing Padme, his strong, uncontrollable emotions and identity issues. I haven't seen enough Kylo to know much about his character to make a real judgement but he already has the same identity issues and intense, uncontrollable emotions that Anakin had. Plus, it would make sense that the Borderline would be passed down to grandson.  Whatever his problem is, he desperately needs help. It would be hard to keep a powerful, force user contained would be difficult because they would probably use the force to escape unless there was a way to contain their abilities.
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RensKnight Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
The Dark Side is said--though I have some disagreements with the Jedi about its nature--is said to have addictive and mind-warping properties and is spoken alternately as if it were a drug and as if it were alive.  I have issues with the Jedi approach, personally, but IF we were to accept those statements as true, I think we'd at least be looking at a comorbid Force-related disorder along with whatever other diagnosis exists.

I actually believe the Jedi run so scared of the Dark that they failed before Order 66 to instill any coping skills in their trainees (not to mention I have HUGE issues with the whole no-attachments BS), and they treat anyone who makes a mistake or even does certain things I actually consider RIGHT but that violate their code, as trash.  Which is the wrong thing to do, and creates a self-fulfilling prophecy when it comes to the idea of falling to the Dark Side.

(Side note: I could more easily live a Light Side interpretation of the Sith Code, of all things!)

I don't know how Luke approached the matter...whether he went by his own experience (which I would consider more likely to prevent such problems), or by ancient Jedi teachings.  If the latter...I think the likelihood of trouble goes up.  Mind you Kylo is responsible for his own decisions, but I am at a point right now where the strong respect I had for Luke...it is endangered by The Force Awakens.  Future episodes will tell which way that opinion goes.
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rababco Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Well, with Kylo we know so little still that it's hard to make any sort of judgements. Plus, he's probably been basically brain-washed/mind-controlled by Snoke like his grandfather was by Sidious. With Anakin, it's obvious there's something wrong with his mind long before he joins the dark side and he probably would've killed himself if he hadn't joined the dark side.

I think the Jedi way of life is pretty unhealthy. According to the Jedi, any negative emotion is bad and will cause you to go to the dark side (hey, I have negative emotions all the time and I haven't joined the dark side!) so this leads to learning to be ashamed of one's emotions and not sharing them with anyone, even self-hatred. They wouldn't help Anakin even though he was always begging for help (for apparently valuing compassion, they weren't very compassionate with Anakin). No attachments is stupid and is impossible for a human being, unless they're a psychopath (like Sidious). Even Obi-Wan who followed the code the very best he could, loved Anakin and was attached to him.
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RensKnight Featured By Owner Mar 22, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
The brainwashing has been an aspect of my approach to Kylo Ren that I've considered key.  Plus I really find myself wondering just how early Snoke started working on Kylo. :(  The one thing we do know about Kylo (or at least, I think we do) is that despite himself, there is still a remnant of a conscience in him.

The Jedi even think positive emotion is unhealthy.  No love?  No attachments?  Sign me up for Sithdom. :/
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wenzday Featured By Owner Feb 8, 2016
This is so adorable! I love these two pieces that you made! ^.^
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Omg!! This is too adorable! ^_^
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pboz2004 Featured By Owner Jan 31, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
This is the cutest!
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Fireflyoflight Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2016  Hobbyist Writer
This is so pretty! You made Kylo Ren into such a cutie!
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Korrindo Featured By Owner Jan 30, 2016  Student Digital Artist
So good!
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gdpr-29948763 Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2016
I like how you did the skin tones! Lovely artwork! :D
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ChesterNi Featured By Owner Jan 29, 2016  Student Interface Designer
For some reason all things related to Kylo Ren as a kid are cute to me lol. This one especially is rly good. Keep up your great work :D
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