The Box Office Artist has been doing a series of artwork in tribute to the various Star Wars films for ANH’s 40th anniversary. Here’s the fourth one in the series, a tribute to TPM:
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The Kessel Runway has a japor snippet necklace DIY just in time for Valentine’s Day. This isn’t a movie replica; it’s designed to be a fashion item. So those of you who are present-less for tomorrow, here’s your last chance to impress your Valentine!
Matril made a couple of fan vids recently, both PT-themed:
Somebody (kazaikos on Tumblr?) found these gorgeous paintings created by David Tutweiler for the Star Wars Visions fine art book that came out some years ago. I don’t remember these at all, so I’m guessing they did not make the final edit. But George Lucas, who personally commissioned the pieces, kept ’em:
The title of the last one is “Padmé & Anakin Adrift.”
I found this on the Galactic Academy’s Facebook page over the weekend and when I shared it on the SWPAS FB page, it was a huge hit.
Smitty’s Gelato has a great post on the scene from ROTS where Anakin and Obi-Wan bid each other farewell before Obi-Wan goes off on his mission:
Brothers’ Farewell captures an unfortunate reality about human relationships. Anakin and Obi-Wan both realize that all is not right within their relationship, yet still insist on overlooking it. When people love each other, they prefer to wish away their conflicts, if only to avoid feelings of awkwardness and uncertainty. Dialogue works as a grand act of denial, an inert magic spell stubbornly chanted in hopes of gaining mastery over reality. Images provide honesty and insight that words cannot.
On a lighter note, here’s some of Palpatine’s doodles done for SW Prequel Appreciation Day.
The same person who did the TPM and AOTC videos with music from the musical “Les Miserables” is back with ROTS:
And yes, she plans on doing Eps IV-VI next.
Meanwhile, this blog totally agrees with Camille Paglia’s take on ROTS.
Hi Consumption posted about a photographer who is also a college student/Marine with an interesting set of photos: he poses mostly clone trooper figures in realistic war settings. Many of his photos are inspired by his experiences on deployment. Also featured are battle droids, some First Order troops, and a traditional stormtrooper or two. But these look like artsy stills from The Clone Wars or ROTS. Check out his Instagram account here.
H/T Addis Zaryan
The same gal who crafted filks from the music of “Les Miserables” to tell the tale of TPM is back with AOTC: