eisley's

8

It was a period of great boredom.
The Wander Over Yonder Crew,
having one of several extended lunches,
discussed ideal cross-overs for their
beloved orange hairy spoon.

During the lunch, two
Staffers conceived of a
crossover with Disney’s ultimate weapon, STAR
WARS, a property so massive that
they’d never let us near it.

In a completely unofficial, fan art capacity,
those two staffers created a comic
about a strange encounter
somewhere in the galaxy…

Again, very very unofficial.  Entirely not for profit.  Please don’t sue us.

Assassin's Creed Fancast

My other Video Games fancasts

Resident Evil

Life Is Strange

Mass Effect

Mortal Kombat

God Of War

Bioshock

Bioshock 2

Bioshock Infinite

Wentworth Miller as Desmond Miles

Kristen Bell as Lucy Stillman

Paul Bettany as Shaun Hastings

Zooey Deschanel as Rebecca Crane

Robert Patrick as William Miles

Oscar Isaac as Clay Kaczmarek

Donald Sutherland as Warren Vidic

Moe Dunford as  Juhani Otso Berg

Rami Malek as Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad

Yasmin Paige as Maria Thrope

Ghassan Massoud as Al Mualim

Theo Rossi as Malik al-Sayf

Behzad Farahani as Jabal

Abraham Justice as Abbas Sofian

Thomas Canestraro as Robert de Sable

Lorenzo Richelmy as Ezio Auditore Da Firenze

Romano Orzari as Giovanni Auditore da Firenze

Ian McShane as Mario Auditore

Claudia Ferri as Maria Auditore da Firenze

India Eisley as  Claudia Auditore da Firenze

Mark Stanley as Leonardo da Vinci

Aidan Gillen as Niccolò Machiavelli

Christina Hendricks as Caterina Sforza

Oona Chaplin as Cristina Vespucci

Ralph Fiennes as La Volpe

Patricia Velasquez as Paola

America Ferrera as Annetta

David Wenham as Antonio de Magianis

Krysten Ritter as Rosa

Monica Bellucci as Teodora Contanto

Mandy Patinkin as Bartolomeo d'Alviano

Miranda Otto as Pantasilea Baglioni

Gregg Chillin as Yusuf Tazim

Rebecca Ferguson as Sofia Sator

Diego Luna as  Prince Suleiman

John Doman as Rodrigo Borgia

François Arnaud as Cesare Borgia

Holliday Grainger Lucrezia Borgia

Faran Tahir as Prince Ahmet

Zhang Ziyi as Shao Jun

Umar Khan as  Arbaaz Mir

Uros Certic as Nikolai Orelov

Matt Ryan as Edward Kenway

Lyriq Bent as Adéwalé

Dakota Blue Richards as Mary Read

Danny Glover as Achilles Davenport

Liam Neeson as Haytham Kenway

Aidan Turner as Shay Patrick Cormac

Martin Sensmeier as Connor/Ratonhnhaké:ton

Lupita Nyong’o as Aveline de Grandpré

Hugo Becker as Arno Dorian

Catherine Bérubé as Élise de la Serre

Taron Egerton as Jacob Frye

Daisy Ridley as Evie Frye

Felicity Jones as Lydia Frye

Sendhil Ramamurthy as Henry Green

John Boyega as Bayek

Sibylla Deen as Aya/Amunet

Lyndsey Marshal as Cleopatra

Ciarán Hinds as Julius Caesar

2

TID couples (2/6)
Gabriel Lightwood (worm) and Cecily Herondale

❝Why are we bringing him along, again?“ Will inquired, of the world in general as well as his sister.
Cecily put her hands on her hips. “Why are you bringing Tessa?”
“Because Tessa and I are going to be married,” Will said, and Tessa smiled; the way that Will’s little sister could ruffle his feathers like no one else was still amusing to her.
“Well, Gabriel and I might well be married,” Cecily said. “Someday.”
Gabriel made a choking noise, and turned an alarming shade of purple.
Will threw up his hands. “You can’t be married Cecily! You’re only fifteen! When I get married, I’ll be eighteen! An adult!”
Cecily did not look impressed. “We may have a long engagement,” she said. “But I cannot see why you are counseling me to marry a man my parents have never met.”
Will sputtered. “I am not counseling you to marry a man your parents have never met!”
“Then we are in agreement. Gabriel must meet Mom and Dad.❞
—Cassandra Clare, Clockwork Princess.

4

based on dookiecupcake’s super cute fem bunny au <3

10

Thought it might be interesting to show how my Mos Eisley piece breaks down in Photoshop!  Despite technically being made up of a ton of layers (just for organization and ease of selection), the final piece breaks down into about five parts: inks, flats, shadows, bounce/atmosphere, and overlay.

  1. Sketch
    I actually blocked out a small scene in Maya to help me compose this shot – Mos Eisley has a lot of domes and ellipses and, as much as I adore drawing in perspective, it definitely helped having a basic maquette for placing the camera.  We had to get the sketch approved by Lucasfilm, so I did a quick value pass to hint at the time of day.
  2. Final Sketch
    This is where I’m finalizing the composition before inking.  This meant fine-tuning figure placement, environment details, and any text I had written on the walls.  Luke was almost entirely central in the initial sketch, so I shifted him to the left to let the piece breathe a little more.
  3. Inks
    The first stage of the final piece, and probably my favourite – I can just turn off my brain, zone out, and ink.  Since Star Wars is a notoriously “used” universe, I went for a bit of Geof Darrow vibe and let the inks do a lot of the texture work for me.  The inking is actually done over some twelve-odd layers (sandtrooper, Luke, foreground moisture vaporator, etc), but that was just to organize my file and facilitate expedient flatting later on.  The final inks are a dark green-blue, with a bit of variation in the distance to reinforce the atmospheric perspective.
  4. Flats
    This aaaalways takes longer than I expect.  This stage changes depending on my process, but I went with pretty basic local colors this time around.  Nothing fancy.
  5. Shadows (multiply layer)
    The shadows are all on 1-2 multiply layers, pretty basic.  This was a deceptively simple lighting setup, so I wanted to make sure any edges that were catching light read really clearly.  I added the warm rim of subsurface scattering to break up the edges a bit.
  6. Bounce Light and Atmospheric Perspective (screen layers)
    A couple separate layers, but they serve similar purposes.  This stage added bounce light from the sky and sand, as well as layers of atmospheric perspective to separate out the foreground, midground and background.
  7. Final (overlay layers)
    The final piece!  I used a subtle overlay layer to marry the colors, as well as some film grain and light watercolor texture to break up the swaths of flat digital color.

So that’s my jam!  I’m changing up and improving my process constantly, but this is definitely one way to get things done. :)

So Legobiwan unearthed some old Barnes and Noble gift certificates from a while ago and ordered some hilarious Star Wars stuff that just came in today. 

THIS BOOK IS CLASSIC

I wonder whose fault those lost limbs are, KENOBI

Mace, as always, is so done.

It’s Obi-wan and Qui-gon!

Yoda dragging his former apprentice as the finale of the book.