My Star Wars Gifs and Edits

Boba Fett’s Appearance in The Mandalorian Season 2


I thought it would be fun to create a motion art celebrating the news about Temuera Morrison and Boba Fett’s appearance in season two of The Mandalorian.

I can already imagine the possible storyline between these two characters; what is the possibility that Boba Fett could be hired to hunt down The Mandalorian to acquire The Child?

If you recall in the first season’s final episodes, The Mandalorian and The Child were very much still on the run. The Dark Saber was firmly in the hands of Moff Gideon, and he was not a happy chappy. So there’s a small chance that this could be how Boba Fett’s character is written into the new season.

Credit Disney

Also, thinking beyond The Mandalorian, we know that Taika Waititi is set to direct an unknown Star Wars movie. I can only imagine how great it would be if both Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett was in Taika’s new movie!

Speculation is fun! Here’s an edit I did of a Boba Fett image taken from The Bounty Hunters #1 from Marvel Comics:

Via Marvel Comics Art by Paolo Vilanelli

And the motion art I created:

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Star Wars is Poetry – The Storms of Crait – 1 of 1

Star Wars: The Last Jedi – The Storms of Crait 1

Writers – Ben Acker / Ben Blacker

Penciller Mike Mayhew

Letterer Clayton Cowles

Cover artist Marco Checchetto

Editor – Jordan D. White / Heather Antos (Assistant editor)

Publisher – Marvel Comics

Publication date – December 27, 2017[1]

Pages – 40

UPC – 759606088492

Timeline – Between Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope and Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back

Issue number – 1 of 1

How prophetic did this conversation between Leia and Luke become? Luke still a young man being advised by his sister that innocence is always under threat, especially when you’re fighting for a cause and against all the odds. At this point, Luke was still a little wet around the ears, a young man full of promise and ready to take on the Universe. It seems somehow more believable now looking ahead from this point towards what we know of Luke’s destiny. The Luke Skywalker we see in The Last Jedi has become precisely what Leia hoped he wouldn’t, and the force could not protect him from it.

My Star Wars Gifs and Edits

Count Dooku – You Shall Be Mine!

I haven’t really done a lot of animation with characters like Count Dooku and when I saw the cover for the upcoming Once Upon a Galaxy STAR WARS: AGE OF REPUBLIC – COUNT DOOKU # 1 Marvel comic, well, I just had to animate it! It’s so perfect 🙂

However, to get the image to where I needed it to be to animate it correctly took more than an hour of editing lol – I really wanted it to look good, so I had to remove some of the original art to do that.

I also added a little blurb because I think it suits this image really well!

Here’s the original image art by Paolo Rivera:

Here’s my first edit before animation (you can see a did a lot of editing of the image and the colours so that they “pop” more)

And the final animation:

I also did a quick Kylo edit to warm up before doing Count Dooku:

Doctor Aphra Galactic Icons Variant cover edit – Kylo Ren

One of the things I love doing is editing comic covers into textless versions. I’m not particularly adept at it, but it’s something I like to do. The Galactic Icons variant covers for Doctor Aphra are pretty neat but when I saw this one of Kylo Ren I just knew I had to edit it. My version is also enhanced because I didn’t like the lighting in the original image and the tones were a little too red for me but other than that, it’s pretty much unchanged.

Star Wars is Poetry – The Emperor’s Warning

I can’t take any credit for finding this piece which I originally saw on a Reddit post. It comes from star wars comic Darth Vader #8 which might seem strange to use as a reference for Star Wars is Poetry, but when you look at the words and ‘feel’ those words, it doesn’t matter whether the source is a comic book, a film, a podcast or even a song; if the words have an impact on you, they are in my opinion, poetry.