Thursday, January 24, 2013

Once upon a time ... in a galaxy far far away ...

Woo hoo, first posting of 2013!!! I have a good feeling that this year I'll have a more creatively productive year. For a while I've been wanting to put my own spin on the Disney princesses and I've finally found a different direction for them that I haven't seen explored too much (surprisingly).I had to look up a good bit of Star Wars reference because I'm not entirely familiar with all their characters, so I borrowed visual motifs from different Jedis such as Asajj Ventress and Kit Fisto. There are more designs for other ones so stay tuned!

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  1. That was an awesome job man! You really have a gift, keep up with your talent!

    PS
    It will be interesting, to see a sketch of the new Tomb Raider from you!

    Best whishes, from Spain

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    1. Well thank you very much! I'll think on doing Tomb Raider then ;-)

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  2. This is AMAZING! You did SUCH a great job with her! I love Star Wars and I love Ariel! This is a wonderful mash-up!

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  3. Please keep creating Disney Princess Jedi. I love this and I plan to cosplay this.

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  5. This is wonderful! definitely reminds me a bit of Ahsoka Tano!

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  6. I would buy a poster print of this; just saying. Keep up the awesome work.

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  7. Had to find my way back here from Geekologie, Nerd Approved, etc. this is all over the place. I like what you did with Ariel's look. What were your considerations on which princess to use?

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    1. Yeah it surprised me how viral these little pictures have gotten. I usually try to find a commonality with the princess and Star Wars and build upon that. For Ariel I associated her immediately with Kit Fisto. Her long flowing fish body and general body composition reminded me of Asajj Ventress, so there was a visual compatibility with them. Same thing with Rapunzel and padwans ... hair. Hope that helps!

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  8. Hi there, I saw the Jedi Ariel art on a t-shirt at Geek a boo today, and wanted to check if it was licensed from you before buying?

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