Episode #10 of the Boing Boing Boing podcast is out! Our guest for this edition is Bonnie Burton of Lucasfilm and grrl.com fame, author of the just-released book You Can Draw Star Wars (Amazon link) . In today's podcast, we probe the universe (and Bonnie's brain), asking...
Do Woookies have to wear hairnets in the Lucasfilm cafeteria?
What is a "bathrobe Jedi"?
Is laser graffitti terrorism?
Will there ever be another Star Wars film?
If you discover LED art in a public place, should you blow it up?
What is R2 D2 trying to tell me?
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Inside You Can Draw: Star Wars. Link
You Can Draw: Star Wars on Myspace. Link.
How to Draw Star Wars Video Tutorials: Link.
Learn to Draw Star Wars on starwars.com: Link
LINKS MENTIONED IN THE PODCAST:
Bossk Bean Art Portrait: Link.
Star Wars Rocks (interviews with bands and celebs who love Star Wars): Link.
501st Legion: Link.
R2-D2 Builders: Link 1, Link 2
WHERE TO FIND BONNIE:
Bonnie Blog on Grrl.com: Link.
Bonnie Star Wars Blog: Droids Just Wanna Have Fun. Link.
Bonnie's Guest Blog on BoingBoing.net, back in 2002: Link
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