Monday, February 18, 2013

The Force was strong with this one ...

Rapunzel was a bit more involving than Ariel because there was more overlapping ideas to work into the design. Translating her outfit into the Jedi garb was tricky and since her hair glowed already, I ditched using a traditional lightsaber. I don't know if I feel totally satisfied but none of the less I'm happy with it.

9 comments:

  1. Cool, thank you very much!!! Glad you like my work :-)

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  2. According to cannon, there are lightsaber whips:
    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-cbFnQXq31rA/TzJzNfJcU9I/AAAAAAAAA7g/-xrrObobhxU/s1600/githan10.jpg

    But I think you've done a superb jobs regardless.

    Just got turned onto your work today and you're one of my new favorites.

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    1. Wow, I didn't realize there were lightsaber whips ... huh. Learned something new today :-)

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  3. So... how do I get prints of these lovely Jedis?

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  4. I love that you actually kept her shorn hair! I really like it.

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  5. Agreed, totally want a print of this!

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  6. I can't explain how much I love these!!! We love Star Wars & Disney princesses in our house, so this series just knocked my socks off! My 2 & 6 year old girls loved them as well! Another that would love prints of the series!!

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  7. I really love how she's got the traditional padawan due but with the rapunzel twist. And yes the lightsaber whip was especially cool. Love your work

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