JawaStu

It's been a while, but it feels good to be drawing again! Here's some WIP shots of a request I'm currently working on.
http://swagonline.net/node/6683

6 Feb 2013 Had a week off on this, but I've nearly finished, just a few details and general cleanup to do. I might leave it a bit rough though.

January 25, 2013 by: JawaStu in: Work In Progress

About JawaStu

I've always been a keen artist and have grown up with Star Wars movies. It was the release of the Prequels that renewed my interest and got me involved in various online Star Wars Roleplay games; it was here that I started to design my own characters and those of others. I have studied art throughout my education and graduated from Wimbledon School of Art, London with a BA (Hons) Degree in Technical Arts Interpretation for Film, Theatre and Television 2001. Currently working as an artist in the Mobile Apps industry. I'm sorry but I am not currently taking personal requests!

Birth Date: 
June 29, 1979
Location: 
Cheshire, United Kingdom
Medium: 
Pencil, Watercolours, Digital, Pixel
Pencil roughs
I've been AWOL from the Swag crew for over 2 years now and to mark my return I've been working on a new piece that I'd like to share my working with you here. It is finished yet, but I'll update this as and when I make more progress.
This is a request from Xanamiar for a new species of Elf like creatures inspired by Gelflings from the movie "The Dark Crystal". These are just initial ideas, the design might change as I work on them.
This is a request from Ankhanu a Street Kid character. Update 22nd June 2008 First colours. Just blocking in base colours here, working out light/shade and starting to add details (especially around the face).
I started this sketch a while ago and only now felt confident to colour it. I'd always intended to tackle it in the same watercolours as my original Gungan sub, but that isn't really an option any more, however I am trying to retain a similar style and colours. Pic#1 - Pencil Sketch Pic#2 - First pass on colours. My old sub picture used for colour reference and also handily gives a sense of scale!