Whoa! These are utterly amazing! I love them! The fact they they are like "scenes you never saw" are great! You should do one of Fett sitting in the stomach of the Saarlac!
i like it so much !!! star wars~
Holy crap!! Amazing, more please!
i'm in love with you! Fuck if it's been said before, fuck if it's just a ass kissing! These are the best fanart pieces i have ever seen. Now i'll crawl back beneath the rock which i came from, curl and cry the whole night long in a fetal position, cursing my inability to achieve such technical prowess!
WODZGN >> LOL
Lovely work. Thanks for sharing
These are aweinspiring Love it The Tannhause gate one, almost looks like you ran the watercolor filter in ps after drawing it ? those edges...
My favorite is Vader checking out his ride.
-=Don't take it personally, just take it seriously.=-
-= New to the Critique Section? Check out this thread! =-
__-= Dimind: My Art Website =-__
__-= My Art Blog - Updated more frequently =-__
Training day is a great concept, but technically the rancor wouldn't be bleeding and its wounds shouldn't be glistening and red. They'd be cauterized, assuming they were made by Darth Maul's lightsaber, which is what the pic implies.
The skin comes right off.
nice stuff. thanks for sharing
ive always wondered if a ship were to get shot with a missile, if it would stay on fire in space? would it blow up initially and then the fire would extinguish right after? (because lack of oxygen?)
sorry ive always wondered that for sci fi movies
thank you very much, I am very flattered ^^
Sarcasmo >> yes, you are right. I can try to remain credible by imagining that the movement of the rancor in fight worsened its wounds and one caused the bleeding
eulalia >> LOL, indeed: no fire in space but my ships are not in space... they are in Star Wars. and in S.W. there are sounds or fire in space. there are no relativity law on displacement with hyperspace. no temporal consequences... etc... >> it is astonishing, when I draw a dragon, nobody say to me, that is wrong, because these creatures never existed. LOL
Last edited by ornicar; November 7th, 2008 at 03:06 PM.
Just astounding, my favorite is "The prototype"
I'll just heap my praise on the pile here...
Seriously awesome stuff. Composition, rendering, color scheme, all that technical stuff is flawless; but what I love about it most, is that you've created true emotional moments. They're like lost memories of turning points in our favorite character's lives. That, my friend, is impressive.
In training day, is that darth maul? I need to solve a problem with some friends.
oh man, how did i miss this gem? insane skills, have you. strong in the art side, you are. keep em coming
Jesus. I've posted here a few years back, then stopped to work on my own stuff away from the forums. Been lurking for a year now without any interaction, and I just have to say that you are without a doubt a genius. Sorry to lavish the praise, but in "The Prototype" I actually feel that you captured Anakin's SOUL in just that small gesture, his hand to the machine. The framing, the lighting... everything about that piece is perfectly utilized to tell a story, and I must say that I haven't even felt that much emotion for the character in any of the prequel films. Job well done, it gave me goosebumps.
Checked out your portfolio, and it's all win. I think I have someone new to watch out for! Please post as much here as you can!
very good stuff
the thing that makes it is the texture to the world
nothing to lose so go for it
That Darth Vader picture is one of the best Star Wars images I have seen, it evokes something that was missing in all the Star Wars prequels - heart!
Who's scruffy looking! ue40b7020
Man, The Prototype just speaks volumes! I'm a huge SW fan and Vader's always been one of my favorite characters. This illustrations says that his ships are all he has left, his only remaining passion.