Good evening El Moochadores! Okay, I didn’t post all 66 images here. Sorry, but I’m very tired, and I want to go to bed soon. However, I did post a few sample images (mostly of Carrie Fisher, she was just so damn cute!!!) and if you want to see the rest please go visit Joinyouinthesun’s page on IMGUR. Anywhat, check out a few of the images below. Some of the 66 in the album are very popular, but there were many in there that I had never seen. Like the Wampa attacking the Snowtrooper. Give them a look at let us know which pictures you liked the most!
Via Geek Tyrant; Good Morning El Moochadores! A while ago we posted about the the wonderful illustration by artist Denis Medri, but today I saw several more illustration by Medri depicting scenes from the original Star Wars trilogy as if it were a 1980’s high school drama. This is pretty cool and not a totally bad idea for an actual movie. Check out the sample images below and make sure to visit Medri’s Deviant Art page to see more of his brilliant work!
P.S. I tried to put them in order like in the actual films, but I’m also rushing out the door to get to work! So, sorry if some fall out of place!
Well, since I’m flat broke and outta gas, I guess I’m not going anywhere tonight. Might as well do a post, right? It’s been kind of a fucked up day anyhow. Never mind that shit though, take a look at these awesome geek-art mash-ups I came across on deviantArt earlier. They’re by dA artist rhymesyndicate (Robert Shane). I guess he didn’t want to piss off either Star Trek nerds or Star Wars nerds. Check out this guy’s gallery though; he’s got a bunch of more great mash-ups he’s illustrated. Like this Vader vs. a Xenomorph painting (below).
Pretty Kick-ass, right? Anyhow, take a look and enjoy.
Check out these awesome looking Star Wars illustration by DeviantArtist MrQst. They’re done in a nifty looking stencil/ graffiti-like style. He’s done four so far, and hopefully he’ll do a few more (A Chewbacca or Darth Vader illustration done in this style would be pretty kick ass… just an idea…).
Via Nerd Approved; It actually makes a lot of sense. Take Star Wars and mash it hard with the cheaply produced Italian westerns of the 1960’s and BANG! Something groovy happens like this set of posters created by artist Tim Anderson. also be sure to check out Anderson’s Website to see more great pulp style covers of famous movies and amazing artwork.
Hey El Moochadors. It looks like the rest of this week is going to be kind of hectic for me. I decided a couple weeks ago to back off from freelancing and look for full time employment again, and I’ve managed to get some interviews this week. I’m hoping something will work out of all this. If I could get a steady income coming in again, then maybe I could relax a little and spend more time on my nights and weekends with Atomic Moo, and focus more on the projects I want to work on.
Any how, here’s a deleted scene from ESB that’s being passed around like herpes at a drunken orgy. It’s a little more of Han and Leia’s exchange on Hoth. Though there are some interesting things in this scene, like Han pretty much calling Leia a frigid bitch, I’m kind of glad it was cut from the final film. Something just feels really forced with this. Like they’re trying too hard… I dunno. Check it out below and let us know what you think.
Good morning geeks! Here’s something neat and goofy that I just came across (via NerdBastards.com). It’s Star Wars as a silent film… I dunno, I kinda expected Chaplin to come waddling in and start fighting Darth Vader with his cane… Anyhow, check it out below and let us know what you think.
Hey El Moochadors! Check out the work of a young lad who’s hoping to make something out of himself. His name is Nicholas Hyde, and he sent us an email last night pointing us to his work of Star Wars based pop art. Being the big Star Wars nerds that we are, of course we had to check it out. I’ll post some of his work below, but he’s got an etsy.com store and a society6.com shop for you to check out. Take a look and let us know what you think.
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