Star Wars Edits – Darth Vader and Padme

I saw this cover on Tumblr and I just knew I had to animate it. It’s so beautiful, and so sad all at once. And it inspired me to write some words as well:

“Even though I see you, I know you are not here. Yet you are still the light in the darkest night, fading from my hands … but never from my heart”…

I would probably argue that in this moment, it’s Anakin holding Padme (sniffle)

Original cover – artwork by InHYUK Lee

Darth Vader: Dark Heart of the Sith Part 4

Image edit:

ART BY INYUK LEE

Animated:

ART BY INYUK LEE (645px, 25fps)

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8 thoughts on “Star Wars Edits – Darth Vader and Padme

    1. Hi TVTA 🙂 Thank you for the kind comment 🙂 And yes, I got a little melancholy when I saw this one. Padme and Anakin are such a tragic couple in the Star Wars universe. Sometimes I think there’s more tragedy than anything else

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    1. Lol yeah, I’ve even tried to optimise the images for smaller screens but there’s only so much you can do 🙂 My site is very visual so it definitely benefits from being seen on a larger screen 🙂 How are you doing today? I read about your news about the redundancy 😦 Sorry to hear that, Neil. I’ve been through redundancy before but this is probably a unique situation with COVID. I hope you’re doing okay?

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      1. Thank you Julie. I’m taking it one day at a time. The applying for new jobs can start now, that’s a bit scary.
        With millions about to lose their jobs it won’t be easy.

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      2. I have faith you can get through it Neil 🙂 You never know, you might find a job that you enjoy. Uncertain times for everyone but changing careers can be very stressful. Taking one day at a time is a good plan 🙂

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