A painting (most likely) made with the help of the 15th Century’s answer to Photoshop; a mirror.
A little bit of self-indulgence with this one as it features my dog, Rocky.
As bounty hunters go, Greedo was a bit crap. Here we see him apprehend a nice French lady and her dog under the mistaken impression it’s actually Han Solo and Chewbacca.
I feel Ewoks are much maligned for no good reason, much like RotJ itself. I loved it then and I still love it now.
As you can see from my version of Magritte’s Human Condition, you needed a pretty big dish to receive satellite TV on Endor.
George Lucas once said “There’s no underwear in space”. Looks like he was right.
Was George just a dirty young man for forcing Princess Leia to go unsupported? Discuss.
I have to admit, I’m not a big fan of abstract expressionism, but thos asteroid field certainly caught my imagination (it is an asteroid field, isn’t it?)
Based on Number 1A, if you’re interested.
One of my better efforts if you measure success by the compatibility of the addition with the original.
This makes sense if you know your Robot Chicken. If you don’t, I suggest you get to know it.
Ben looks a bit crazy with that wild “do”. Mind you, that’s probably how he should have looked … he was a hermit, after all. Maybe there was a salon at Tosche Station.
Stop motion at its very best. The thought of seeing these (or updated versions of) in rotten CGI is horrifying.
If you don’t get the title you need to watch Family Guy Star Wars. In fact, go watch it now even if you do get it.
I know. I know … it’s hardly original, but you try making this many fakes.