Artist The Star Wars Art of Jacob Dubi

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  1. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    R.I.P. Satine [2.2.13] - A quick drawing and colors from The Clone Wars episode "The Lawless"
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  2. Corellian_Outrider Admin FF | Art Curator | Oceania RSA | CR of NSW

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    A nice tribute to Satine. Poor Obi... such a sad moment.
  3. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    Thank You! It was sad.
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    Sketch Cards of Aayla Secura, Aurra Sing, and Shak Tii

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    Sketch Cards of 3PO, Jar Jar, and R2

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    Sketch Cards of Cad Bane, Boba Fett, and Jawas

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    Sketch Cards of Ki-Adi-Mundi, Kit Fisto, and Mas Amedda

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    Sketch Cards of Yoda, Yaddle, and Santa Yoda

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    Sketch Cards of Saesee Tiin, Watto, and The Emperor

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    Stephen Stanton's Clone Wars Characters. Original art is 11"x14"

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  11. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    A few more sketch cards:

    Eeth Koth and Ziro the Hutt

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  12. TrakNar Jedi Grand Master

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    Your sketch cards are very colorful. What media do you use? Do you get pre-cut cards, or do you hand-cut yours, like I've been doing?
  13. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    I use pre-cut Strathmore cards and mostly prismacolor markers.
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  14. TrakNar Jedi Grand Master

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    Prismacolors are great (my colored pencil set is still in that "too awesome to use" category, though. Pricey!), I've tried a few of them. How well do they blend? Does the ink last a good long time? And after layering on some color, does the paper start getting this gritty feeling to it?
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    I like them, they blend very well, but it depends on the paper stock, they bleed through some thinner paperstock, but there is hardly any gritty feeling.
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    Something that started with a doodle, turned into a full art piece on a small notebook cover, and loader page.

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    You officially have the coolest notebook.
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  20. Kualan Jedi Master

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    Great work, love these.
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  21. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    Thank You
  22. Antlers Jedi Knight

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    These are fun! I love marker works!

    I do have a small critique/advice tidbit. Are you interested?
  23. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    sure
  24. Antlers Jedi Knight

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    I would take it easy with the white gel pen. It's a very fun and useful tool, but it can quickly become a little too much. I try to use it only on surfaces that are specifically supposed to be highly reflective. In other cases (on matte surfaces), I'll use it to break a solid line (an inked line) to soften it. But lately, I've tried to use it very sparingly.
    Just a thought! :)
  25. Lord_Dubi Jedi Knight

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    Thanks. It's actually the first time that I'm trying to use them in my art. Working on a large-format hand-drawn/digital Super Mario Bros - Star Wars crossover poster now in colored pencils, inks and maybe prismacolors.
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