I was pleased as punch with this until I realised I’d missed one rather important light feature. Can you tell what it is?.
This one’s more “in the style of” rather than a desecration of the original work.
An idealised picture of South America painted in the mid-1800s, the additions of Yoda and a crashed X-Wing transport us to a galaxy far, far away.
I like how this one’s turned out. If you’re interested, the original is hanging in the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC.
For four months in 2006, this was the world’s most expensive painting (the original, not mine) at a cool $135,000,000. Hardly bears thinking about.
I like Oola, I really do. But it’s the law of the jungle (or desert) out there. So, whilst it’s a shame for Oola, you have to remember he’s not bad, he’s just an animal.
This one’s a bit gruesome, I’ll admit. It is based on a just-as-gruesome generally accepted masterpiece, though.
Much as I feel RotJ is under-rated, there is one bit that’s an aberration. The scene on Jabba’s sailbarge is where Boba Fett meets his demise* in one of the stupidest and most wasteful ways possible. Missed opportunity.
* – Spoiler: As I’ve told you before, he’s not dead.
Pilot: “Pardon me for asking, sir, but what good are snub fighters going to be against that?”
Seamstress: “Just hold still or you’ll get pricked.”
Previously a VVG self-portrait, possibly his last, before I went to work on it.