I’m coming home
Tell the world I’m coming home
Let the rain wash away all the pain of yesterday
I know my kingdom awaits and they’ve forgiven my mistakes
I’m coming home, I’m coming home
Tell the world that I’m coming...
Haha, I haven't listened to this bit of that song not even once while I was drawing!! XD I only got the idea while I was listening to it some weeks ago...
Well, from what I've seen in fanvideos and such our fandom likes to play with the idea that Padmé and Anakin are reunited after death :> so I did a pic about that... even though Padmé was not a Jedi, so I'm not sure about the whole matter...but it's so nice to think about that so yeah!
Also, since Anakin returned to his old self when he died, I of course replaced the mechanical hand with his real one! X) The scar shouldn't be there as well, but I left a little hint anyway because I feel like...it's so part of his character lol.
And, huh, I think I like how Anakin's expression came out. It's pretty close to what I had in my mind and that's good
On the background...random Endor forest x°D anyway this was a pretty fast thing...as always...sigh!
And once again SW makes me draw romantic stuff involving Padmé and Anakin while I usually hate drawing this kind of things.... °_° I guess SW is SW, after all :'D and Anakin and Padmé are Anakin and Padmé! AND NOTHING HURTSSSS
On a side note, let's not talk about Hayden Christensen replacing Sebastian Shaw in ROTJ...I myself am really (like, REALLY) fond to the 1997 version (the one with Sebastian and the sad music, ya know) but since I'm also a NT fan I also think that the "new" Anakin helps in terms of continuity (besides, I think Sebastian looked a bit too old for a 46 years old guy- but yes, it's also true that Hayden looks too young x°D). So I solve the problem by having both versions anyway. So if you don't like the new one, keep calm and watch the old. I wouldn't like to do useless rantings about this subject or we risk to start another freakin' OT vs NT debate... =_=
... and on a personal note, I'm still listening to Hunchback of Notre-Dame freakin' OST. Lovelovelovelove! 8>
Please enjoy the drawing, guys!
Didn't know Padme's midichlorian count was that high. I actually might be possible. Though only for those with this unique sensitivity to the force. It's true in Star Wars that one dies, they become one with the force. The scary part is that it means what it means. Who they once were, this person's ber mind, their "soul" you could call it, literally becomes part of the force. Only a few jedi ever knew of the ability to preserve and retain their very being within the force after they died. Not saying it isn't possible for Padme become a being within the force, (example: Anakin after his death) but it seems rather unlikely that she'd know the technique. She's had no force training, and though sensitive to the force, it doesn't mean she could just become a being of the force.