here.) As for turning the blobby bird into a Jedi, well, all I can say is, may the Force be with you. The Force is not that strong with me, I think, as for a significant portion of the drafting process, my bird resembled Miss Clavel more than Obiwan Kenobi. In the end, it turned out ok, though, despite using the wrong colour for the sabre. (Who knew the red ones were for the bad guys? My mother, that's who - full of surprises, she is. And thanks to a friend for pointing me to the right chronicles in Star Wars lore to confirm it.). I maintain that a red light sabre was the right design choice for this card. I guess I should say also add that this birdie was inspired by Star Wars, to avoid the full wrath of the galactic empire raining down upon me.
This card is for my nephew, the second generation of Star Wars fans in the family. I hope he likes it!
A note about the illustration - I drafted it with pencil first, then went over it with Copic Multiliner, and coloured with Tombow markers. I deliberately let the red sabre run out of the lines to get the glowing effect. It's better in real life. Sauron the Scanner is a bit uncooperative. I've added some glitter pen to the sabre, but I think I will add some stickles too. Somehow Tombows need stickles like cookies need milk.
I'll try to get my January challenge back on the rails - it's sort of falling apart, isn't it. The latest lapse is because hubby and I started watching Homeland and we have been doing a Homeland marathon most evenings. Not much of an excuse, I know, but there you have it.
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