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    Dorthy's tin woodsman returns in the form of a celluoid nightmare.

    Preys UPS, Studio JFISH, rrooyyccee, and 27 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. NukiD Comics [deleted] 74 months ago | reply


      strange, i thought this draw wasnt yours.
      this weapon at his right doesn't seem as much as your trace.

      but awesome anyway

    2. mrchrishunt 74 months ago | reply

      Was this done without photo reference?

    3. tozo zozo 74 months ago | reply

      been a while! =)

    4. PRJCT13 74 months ago | reply

      Thats awesome!
      IG-88's are supposed to be too unstable and prone to go berzerk!

    5. nyhl 74 months ago | reply

      lol! I was thinking of a way to do a star-wars version of Wizard of Oz. With a Cowardly Wookie and a Droid Jedi-wannabe.

      No idea about the other characters though.

    6. Feroze Alam 74 months ago | reply

      Fucking A!
      IG never got his due, always eclipsed by that mofo showboat Boba.
      Wicked drawing.

    7. ernest.borg9 74 months ago | reply

      I was looking at a production still, doing a spontaneous light/dark study with a Pitt brush pen... Some interesting effects on the gun barrel. I realized I never really studied IG-88 carefully although always loved him as a character-- even if he is onscreen for like 30 seconds.

      I read someplace that his head was a recycled prop which was built for the Cantina Bar in Star Wars, the top of a drink dispenser.

    8. mrchrishunt 74 months ago | reply

      The gun barrel is fantastic, I spent a good couple of minutes just trying to figure out how you did that. Wouldn't surprise me to find out his head was recycled, from what I've read, there was stuff being reused all the way through RTJ. In fact, the stunt saber for Luke in Jedi, was Obi Wans from A New Hope repainted. Random piece of SW trivia for you.

    9. fengschwing 74 months ago | reply

      Lovely version of a much underrated character.
      Yet another image perfect for a plain white tee.

    10. rrooyyccee 74 months ago | reply

      very nice. am frankly in awe of the spontaneous inked style. you are the master of organic, inked, negative space. often imitated but that "sunday morning in bohemia" feel is never duplicated.

    11. peppermint kiss kiss 74 months ago | reply

      Wonderful! Very golem-like.

    12. Rabbit Friend 74 months ago | reply

      Drink dispenser>> ?? haha I'm sure it's true.That is why you gotta love the old school movies. They couldn't afford to waste.

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