Baroque Star Wars


11 Responses to “Baroque Star Wars”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Very nice, the style reminds me of Quentin Blake’s illustrations in the Roald Dahl books.

  2. Anonymous says:

    OK, there should have been a warning before scrolling down to this post!

    Snorting coffee across the desk is not a fun way to start the day.

    I really love this drawing. Bobba Fett doesn’t seem so tough with his blunderbuss and buckled boots.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Re: The Baroque Death Star

    Jonathan Swift got there first with the flying city-state of Laputa (Gulliver’s Travels) which would bombard countries beneath with its cannon.

  4. octopod says:

    nice boots, not sure about the dress. the balloon to hold up the bag is quite a nice idea, stylish, yet so practical.

  5. greytone says:

    I like the naked lady on his helmet throwing the horns, and what appears to be a piglet on his chest. Nice touches.

  6. Avram / Moderator says:

    I love how his Millennium Falcon has a status of a nude woman holding a cannon, and one of the Puritans is trying to cover it up with a great big figleaf.

  7. Gutierrez says:

    These remind me of the illustration style of David Macaulay in The Way Things Work. I half expected Chewbacca to be a wooly mammoth.

  8. Joey848 says:

    Nice. But the imagery really looks more 18th than 17th century.

  9. Hal says:

    at least they aren’t calling it steampunk

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