Monthly Archives: January 2016
Most are from Alex Rattray and Rich Pineda.
A bit like the Greek statues Star Wars, the Chinese design studio A Hidden Lab develops busts of the characters in the saga , thanks to a mixture of bronze , dolomite and copper. The characters represented are limited for the moment to three iconic characters : Darth Vader, Boba Fett and Stormtrooper . For all the great fans , these statues are available from $770, with a price of up to $1,280. (They must be pretty small if they …
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Alan Rickman has died at the age of 69 after a battle with cancer. He started his acting career at 46 years old. In that short time, he has provided us with some iconic and unforgettable roles. Here’s some fan art. Contributors: Professor Snape by Jane Mere Galaxy Quest by paperbeatsscissors Hans Gruber by Edward Booth Marvin: Age of Ultron by John Trumbull Absolem the Caterpillar by Ignacio Cardoso Judge Turpin (Sweeney Todd) by Lance Murdoch “Always” by Smeha
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This awesome art is brought to you by YamaOrce at deviantart.com. Awesome talent.
I LOVE THIS! Character artist Corey Smith has created a nice little collection of superhero art that has a fun cartoonish style to it. It features fan favorites such as Superman, Wolverine, Luke Cage, and Captain America.
Talented artist and obvious Disney fan Grodansnagel has illustrated an incredible collection of redesigned zodiac signs. The series of images is inspired by well-known Disney princesses.
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Derek Laufman‘s art is on Nerd Approved. It’s a bright, bubbly, and colorful that comes across as being fun and playful. The illustrations he has done include characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Deadpool, Wolverine, Hellboy, and more. If you want to purchase any of his prints, head on over to his website!
Here’s a great piece of Star Wars fan art created by Jeremy Chong featuring the daughter of Darth Maul. This character doesn’t exist in the Star Wars universe, but the artist says that he hopes one day the character will be introduced in some kind of Star Wars story.
Walt Disney Animation Studios and Marvel Comics artist Brian Kesinger was inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens to create a series of fantastic fan art based on the style of Bill Watterson‘s classic Calvin & Hobbes comic strip. He’s been posting this art on his Twitter account.