Fettmun + Krad: “welcome to our version of canon”
Fettmun + Krad: ”where nothing hurts and everything is babystrills.”
one of those sketches that ended up running away full tilt; though ended up pleasantly surprised with the outcome. :D Vau, again of course.
dedicated to the unsung heroes of the special forces in particular; it bears mentioning that so much of their work goes on behind the scenes and never gets the recognition it should. Here’s one way to help.
(( taking a new tablet for a test drive, plus I really wanted to do at least one illustration where Vau’s golden eyes were quite apparent. It’s a significant detail that certainly explains how unsettling he can be … and how isolated. ))
Character busts for my webcomic in the works: DeadHand. There’s more details through the link if you’re interested. ;D
*None of the heights are canon, just various headcanons that the RP’ers put together.
jusik 5’6” — parja 5’3” — walon 6’2” — kal 5’5”
ooc: finished! Good golly, I had loads of fun with this. I eventually want to put in Besany, Laseema, Gilamar and a clone for comparison’s sake, but this’ll do for now. :D Always have loved how mando armor’s so colorful, and to see how the cast from the RepComm series would look like standing together, + their equally as colorful personalities. xD
There’s actually a load of headcanons put into it, but I’ll let you guys find those as an easter egg. Or several. : P Enjoy!
Our World Doesn’t Have Happy Endings
Created by krad-eelav
Hello! Original artist here - thank you for posting this. :) I do have to make a teensy correction that the character is not Boba Fett, but instead Walon Vau from the Republic Commando series. No worries, though.
Favorite book series of all time, hands down. Lirael in the library was always my favorite part, but the parts in Death were plenty amazing too. ;D
Commission to a fellow fan on here who has excellent taste in swordmasters. <3
(( there needs to be more Stefan love, anyhow ))
this was an idea that’s been bouncing around ever since I saw *doubleleaf’s interpretation of the Pieta; but I wanted to take a more familial bond akin to the actual statue.
And really, the themes of the books seamlessly fit in with this. Aliit ori’shya tal’din. Family is more than blood. With as varied as the cast is, they’re all bonded by the fact that they’ve beenaccepted among the mando’ade as family, despite their backgrounds. Etain, Vau, Laseema, the clones, even Kal himself…
In another tangent, the clones gave their blood in sacrifice to the Republic, paralleling the original story of the cruxifiction. And likewise, there’s pitifully few that mourn them as their loved ones.
it sounded better in my head okthx