Hello there! I suppose one the ways I express my love for SW has to be through artwork. I only have a few pieces now, but more are to follow! All links will lead to my DeviantArt gallery until I can remember my Photobucket account to create some thumbnails. In addition, I also record the coloring process of some of my works, so click on the VIDEO links to go watch them on YouTube. Newest works at the top. ~~~~~~~~~~ Thrawn x Pellaeon - Copic markers on toned paper (safe for work). Satine, Duchess of Mandalore - Copic Markers. Wilhuff Tarkin - Ink, colored pencil, gouache. Badass. Rolling that "r", even when there isn't one. Thrawn Portrait - Charcoal, colored pencils on toned paper. He's hot. My drawing's not. Can't capture the majesty! Kawaii Boba Fett WIP - Blue pencil. A much cuter, but just as deadly, version of Fett, complete with rainbow helmet and unicorn skull. He holds a bubble blaster and will have fresh cut flowers in his jetpack. Victory-Class Snob - Copic markers. Imperial Officer Captain Snotty of ISD "Gilded Pleasure" enjoys photo bombing TIE bomber pilots, Christian Louboutin jackboots, transporting champagne bottles in mouse droids, comparing lineages, and smells faintly of velanie flowers. Close friends with the ultimate party princess, Captain Needa. Nirauan Chiss Scout- Copic markers, School G pen. A sprightly scout has his gualama mount spooked by an ambushing Qom Jha (or is this a Qom Qae?) outside of the tower base on Nirauan.The subject of Thrawn's Household Phalanx has been dancing around in my head for some time, and this little scene was sketched out roughly in between some other pieces I'm working on. I like these randy guys and plan to design them out a little more fully in the future. Luke Skywalker in Pencils - This is an interesting one. I have long drawn anime-styled people (and realistic animals), but I have ultimately wanted to illustrate more realistic humans. After drawing a very over the top shoujo-style Luke, I sat down with a reference photo and drew this. While it may not look like much, it's a big achievement for me. Since this sketch, my artwork has been steadily improving and looking more mature. Shaak Ti - [VIDEO] - Copic markers, paint pens, and ink. She's so pretty and intriguing, I just had to draw her. Used some touches of gold paint on this one, so in real life it glints and shimmers! I doubt this will the be the last you see of this particular lady. More work coming soon!