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    Tuesday
    Oct262010

    Femmes & Furries: Star Wars Sketch Cards For the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation

    These are Star Wars sketch cards that I did for the Pediatric Oncology Treasure Chest Foundation.  Apparently, they were auctioned off in September in separate "treasure chests" at the Chicagoland Entertainment Collectors Expo.  I called this series "Femmes & Furries."

    Queen Padme Amidala in her Theed Throne Room Gown from The Phantom Menace:  I love this costume.  It's a mixture of Asian costuming and Italian Rennaisance costuming.  I couldn't resist doing my own take on this look.



    Princess Leia Organa in her Bespin gown from The Empire Strikes Back:   This was my favorite look for Princess Leia in the original trilogy, and my favorite action figure I had of Princess Leia when I was young.



    Oola the Twi'Lek Dancer in Jabba the Hutt's Palace from Return of the Jedi:  Oola was played by dancer and actress, Femi Taylor.  Amazingly, she hadn't aged much between the original filming of RotJ and the Special Edition in the late 90's, and returned to film more footage for that edition.  I wanted to capture the grace of her movement in this piece.



    Wicket W. Warrick & Princess Kneesa on the Forrest Moon of Endor from Return of the Jedi and The Ewoks:  Lots of fans hated the Ewoks in RotJ, but I loved them.  I also loved watching The Ewoks cartoon when I was young, which introduced the character of Princess Kneesa.  For this piece, I wanted to depict Princess Kneesa in a style more similar to the way the Ewoks looked in their live action appearances with less cartoon looking eyes.



    Chewbacca in the Cockpit of the Millennium Falcon:  I wanted to draw Chewbacca because he's covered in hair, and I thought it would be fun to show that texture.



    Pencil, Ink, Whiteout Pen, Prismacolor Pencils, & Prismacolor Markers


    All characters ©Lucasfilm 2010

    Monday
    Jun212010

    Imperials by Kevenn T. Smith

    This is a commission that I did for a friend.  When I was a small child, I drew pictures of characters from Star Wars a lot.  I don't think I drew Darth Vader very often, or at all.  I always liked the good guys better as a kid.

    Earlier this year, I drew several Star Wars trading cards for a charity event to take place later this year, but I still hadn't drawn Darth Vader (or any Stormtroopers).  This piece gave me the opportunity to tackle those characters and find my own take on them.  At first, I got a little intimidated by the limited motion their armor would allow, but eventually, I figured out the way I needed to approach it that would work.



    8.25 x 11.5 Bristol board.

    Pencil, ink, Prismacolor pencil.

    ©Kevenn T. Smith 2011


    Darth Vader & Stormtroopers ©Lucasfilm 2011