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The Legend Of Luke Skywalker by Daniel De Almeida

The Legend Of Luke Skywalker by Daniel De Almeida


After watch[ing] the final episode of Star Wars Rebels, I couldn’t stop thinking that a encounter like that could happen sometime. So, as a fan, I had decide to draw that moment when Ahsoka Tano finally meet the children of her beloved friend. Luke and Leia (with young Ben Solo in her arms), in the cockpit of the Millenium Falcon, listening the countless stories from The Clone Wars and finally learning about the legend of Anakin Skywalker.


In the detail: Anakin Skywalker is in the exactly same pose as Jacen Solo in Cliff Nielsen’s art to the cover of “Star Wars: The New Jedi Order – Destiny’s Way”, a novel by Walter Jon Williams.

Art by Daniel De Almeida


More Luke art here. More Leia art here. More Sequel trilogy art here.

Father Daughter Dance by Mike Heath

Father Daughter Dance by Mike Heath

“Even in a galaxy far, far away, daddy daughter dances can feel a bit embarrassing. Here’s my Star Wars tribute to all of us fathers out there trying to make lasting connections with our daughters:) All figure costumes sculpted in Zbrush and fabric designs in Marvelous Designer. Once sculpted, I appended their costumes to a rigged Daz model and custom posed each figure. I modeled the Death Star window for a previous project. This project was completed in a day.” Art by Mike Heath


See more Vader art here. More Leia art here. More Original Trilogy art here.

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