Adventures of my sketchbook, part ??? The scanner doesn’t like ringed books.
Top: Line width got messed up on the troopers after my other pen ran out of ink. Remember kids, once you use a thicker line, you can’t go back to fix it (unless you do that in photochop).
Below: What happens when I spend three days using different color gel pens and color drops. Clone troopers and Jedi, oh my. Um. Well, there’s a lot going on here, so I don’t blame you if you can just pick out a few faces here.
“In every exchange, Obi-Wan gave ground. It was his way.
And he knew that to strike Anakin down would burn his own
heart to ash. [..]
This was not Sith against Jedi. This was not light against dark or
good against evil; it had nothing to do with duty or philosophy,
religion or morals.
It was Anakin against Obi-Wan.
Just the two of them, and the damage they had done to each
The man he faced was everything Obi-Wan had devoted his
life to destroying: Murderer. Traitor. Fallen Jedi. Lord of the
Sith. And here, and now, despite it all…
Obi-Wan still loved him. [..] There was one thing he still could do for Anakin. He still could do
honor to the memory of the man he had loved, and to the vanished
Order they both had served.” (Revenge of the Sith novelization)