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Star Wars: Chrome Perspectives – Russell Walks

Not as messy as waterboarding, but just as effective (or ineffective, depending on who you’re talking to) I imagine.

I had a nightmare after I submitted this that I spelled “too” wrong.

I wish I would’ve made Darth’s red lenses visible in the cockpit.

There was a little celebration in the studio after I worked out the designs for this one and its Imperial counterpart.
Kudos to my pal Joe Booth for coming up with the “Us/Him” dichotomy.

This one and its counterpart are among my favorites.

I wasn’t sure LFL would approve this. I’m happy that they did.

Makes me feel secure.

The first one I did. Lemme tell ya – There’s not a lotta Bespin reference out there.

This one makes me laugh. I can see Uncle Owen looking at it and grimly nodding his head.

I liked spelling ‘Armoured” with a “U”. It was also fun to put them in the desert as opposed to on Hoth – I was thinking of Rommel and his tanks in North Africa.



Here are some of the images I created for Topp’s new series of trading cards, Star Wars: Chrome Perspectives.
It was a blast to make them, and I’m gratified that the folks who’ve seen them seem to dig them.

I love these. 

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