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Main : ! 2D Art ! : Sci-fi :  STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)

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STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
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SubmitterJinkyCoronadoMore Photos from JinkyCoronado   Last Update2010/2/18 21:29
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I've gotten a lot of requests to do something other than BANZAI GIRLS or super-heroes, so I opted to try a sequence in the STAR WARS universe.

I took a blue-skinned alien character I remember from a Star Wars ad, added an alien child needing help, and tossed in a female dressed in Boba Fett's gear (with heels added, of course) -- just to see what would happen.

Here's the first page of a 3-page sequence I'm doing as a sample to show the STAR WARS publisher...

Let me know what you think, please!

Hugs,

-- Jinky

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Lady Heromorph
Posted: 2010/3/4 9:07  Updated: 2010/3/4 9:07
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
This Image made Lady Heromorph's Top Images of the Week ending February 20th, 2010. Congrats.
JinkyCoronado
Posted: 2010/2/22 20:04  Updated: 2010/2/22 20:04
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
Don't worry, Wyldstaar, I've been drawing sequential comics professionally for a bunch of years. This is the first page of a series of sequential pages....this first page was to get my feet wet, so to speak, doing aliens and spaceships....

Hugs,

-- Jinky
chowyspizz
Posted: 2010/2/21 11:26  Updated: 2010/2/21 11:26
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
I really want to see this colored
Great job!
MF
Posted: 2010/2/19 18:05  Updated: 2010/2/19 18:05
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
Incredibly cool, Jinky and this is just the black and white version!
MissVee
Posted: 2010/2/19 9:27  Updated: 2010/2/19 9:27
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
Very complex composition. I always like to see your inks before colouring. For the rest of us struggling artists here -- it both inspires and intimidates!
Krasch
Posted: 2010/2/19 8:55  Updated: 2010/2/19 8:56
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
Hey Jinky!

I'll add one comment to the above stuff. Lucas is pretty strict about continuity, so unless you're making a new alien species, I'd remove those two wispy thin head tails and remove the reptiley skin details from the thick ones on your heroine. Assuming she's a Twi'lek, they only have the two thick ones you've given her and definitely aren't scaly at all.

That said, a great boldly dynamic image as always!
Wyldstaar
Posted: 2010/2/19 8:04  Updated: 2010/2/19 8:04
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 Re: STAR WARS! by Jinky Coronado (1 of 3)
From a purely coolness point of view, I think it's great. Lots of action, great characterization, great art.

From the perspective of a showpiece to present to a comic book publisher, this is exactly what you shouldn't do. This is a splash page, which is the easiest form of comic artwork. If you are wanting to show off the goods, you need to display your ability to tell a story in panel form. Making an awesome rescue scene look visually interesting is easy. Making a scene where people are standing around having a conversation visually interesting is hard.

My suggestion would be to find an old Marvel Star Wars comic, and re-draw a sequence. Keep the story, but use a different panel arangement and your own art.