Napoleon Trooper is a mashup of Star Wars and Jacques-Louis David’s ‘Napoleon Crossing the Alps’ by James Baker and Julie Ashcraft. (See also: NASA Trek.)
We featured the Star Wars ABCs of Michael Fleming last year, but he was only up to E or so then. Now the whole thing is finished, and it’s adorable!
Gorgeous and often hilarious, Balakov’s (aka Mike Stimpson) Flickr stream is well worth your time. His Lego recreations of famous photographs have been making the rounds, but his Lego Star Wars set is a can’t-miss as well. In short? Just go.
(You can even buy some prints, if so inclined.)
ABOVE: “Care to surrender” from Fury.
One of the most prolific and well-known artists in fandom, Falconfan does some fantastic pencil art of our heroes. And really, what more is there to say? On to the art! Continue reading
Mara Jade: Double Shot (Clickthrough to see the whole thing) by Rachel Moir. She’s got more Star Wars art in her gallery, including some that may be spoilery.
I swear I did not realize until today that this was going to be a run of redheads. Oh well: It is Club Jade, after all.
Check back Saturday for the final (and biggest!) installment of LOTF fan art. (Featuring characters with all hair colors!)
Lady Vader by NikitaNielsen. (Click the image to see the whole thing.) She also has several EU character portraits in her gallery.
Check back tomorrow morning for the next installment of LOTF fan art…
Queen Mother by Shea Standefer. Shea also has pictures in progress of Jaina, Allana and Tenel Ka with Jacen. But she’s probably best known in fandom as am accomplished Jaina costumer. You can see more of her art on DA, and an impressive array of costumes at tempered-steel.net.
Check back tomorrow morning for the next installment of LOTF fan art!
1920’s Star Wars by Becky Dreistadt, penciler over at Combustible Orange. She doesn’t have any other Star Wars work on DA, but her gallery is more than worth a look.
Michael T. Rea’s ‘Olympia‘ is clearly a riff on Chewbacca. Nor is it the only familiar figure. To what end? Here’s what he told fecalface.com:
Well motion pictures in general are a big source of inspiration for me. I have always enjoyed how people will quote lines from a movie. I like how for a few seconds the line between fiction and reality is blurred. I tend to like horror and science fiction films the most. I also like to think about time travel from time to time. Television is a big thing for me as well. I love inappropriate jokes, and I like to incorporate humor into a lot of my pieces as well.