New on Etsy is “Pursuit” by Kris Knapp of the Millennium Falcon being chased down by a Star Destroyer. The artwork has been done in the traditional Japanese Sumi-e ink wash painting and it’s an interesting style of work that I haven’t really encountered before.
Kris has a few other Star Wars ink wash paintings in his etsy shop.
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This print from Christian Peterson at TheGeekerie is pretty cool. It’s one of a small series of Genre prints that feature a Lego minifig and a banner relating to that character at the top of the print. In this print, the minifig is Han Solo and the Millennium Falcon is the banner accompanied by the words “Always Shoot First“. Words to live by.
I think that it’s pretty cute. The others in the series are Tony Stark and Harry Potter. Hopefully with more to follow. Check out Christians shop for more great genre prints.
This Dan Gorman Sketch card is quite nice and is available from niner for a much more reasonable $149.00. :/
Alas, it’s still too much for my humble wallet.
Bill Pulkovski is a new name to me, but these two fine sketch cards by him are on ebay at the moment.
The first is this colour image which is priced at$335 (£200).
The second is this black and white line drawing. This one’s a more reasonable at $99.
Check out his web site for more images.
I love Jerry Vanderstelt’s work, but I think that 5says is being a little optimistic putting this sketch card up for £750 Earth pounds. That’s over $1250.
Don’t get me wrong, it’s a great card by a well known and respected artist but that price is crazy.
Looking through Tim Proctor’s website portfolio, I saw that he’s done some rather nice sepia tone paintings that feature the Millennium Falcon.
The first is this superb image depicting the Millennium Falcon being chased by two Tie Fighters in the Asteroid field as seen in The Empire Strikes Back.
The second, also from The Empire Strikes Back, is of the Space Slug. Admittedly, the Falcon isn’t really a feature in this painting, but it is there.
I think that the sepia tome really adds to the feel of the work, much like the grey of Michael Grimaldi’s Battle at Yavin painting. Both were commissioned pieces of art, which explains why we haven’t seen them before. I might commission something myself as I really like the style.
Check out Tim’s website for more information.
This rather nice sketch card by Tim Proctor has just arrived on Ebay.
A very nice image, but I can’t afford $325.