Skottie and Scott Sketch STAR WARS Splendidly

If you haven't already had the pleasure, you owe it to yourself to follow the doings over at SkottieScott.com. On that site/treasure cave of wonders, artists Skottie Young and Scott Morse take turns each day posting drawings according to a weekly theme. Recent themes have included Hellboy and Harry Potter, and I never knew how much I needed a Harry Potter comic in my life until I saw what SkottieScott's art would be like for such a book.

This week, however, these two craftsmen embarked on a truly ambitious undertaking: all of the art they post for the next six weeks will be Star Wars-related. And I'm not talkin' about any of that Gungan hooey, either. This is strictly "Han shot first" territory. Below are just some of the opening salvos; gaze, and soak up Beauty.

Oh, and most of this stuff is apparently for sale on a first-come, first-serve basis. Just in case you weren't salivating enough already.

 

Star Wars Jawas by Scott Morse

 

"Jawas" by Scott Morse


 

 Star Wars Jawas by Skottie Young

 

"Jawas" by Skottie Young


 

 

"Greedo" by Scott Morse


 

 

       Skottie Young's Greedo       

 

"Greedo" by Skottie Young


 

                    

"Figrin D'an and the Modal Nodes" by Scott Morse


 

                        

 

"Cantina Band" by Skottie Young


 

Skottie Young's Tusken Raider

"Tusken Raider" by Skottie Young


 

"Out Beyond the Dune Sea" by Scott Morse


Comments

  1. Jawas and Greedo by Young are just awesome!

  2. Awesome. I nabbed one of Young’s Harry Potter pieces for my wife. Cool stuff.

  3. *Looking at Jawas by Scottie Young* Hello, new computer background!

  4. Ummm…wow…I’ve never seen someone so entranced by Tattooine….wow

  5. That second image, the Jawas by Skottie Young, looks to me like it fell out of a Calvin and Hobbes strip.  Something about the color palette and the proportions of the figures.

  6. @mrlogical  I thought the exact same thing!

  7. Paul Montgomery (@fuzzytypewriter) says:

    I really, really dig the watercolor work Morse is doing. The Modal Nodes look great!

  8. But the real question is whether or not Greedo shot first in the ‘Skottie Young re-design’?  😉

  9. i love skottie young, so much

  10. One of these days I WILL own a Skottie Young page. Soooo good.

  11. @Mister J, oh we know who shot first, and that’s what matters. 

    And I agree with everyone else on how amazing these works are.

  12. @ MisterJ and @ WeaklyRoll    Besides, it says it in the article:  “And I’m not talkin’ about any of that Gungan hooey, either. This is strictly “Han shot first” territory.”

  13. I usually prefer Young over Morse, but that Modal Nodes peice sure is pretty. Young’s Greedo is my fav.

  14. These are all really great. It’s so interesting to see such different takes on the same subjects from different artists. Both of them really gave this some thought to take it to the next level. Jawas joyriding in Luke’s stolen speeder? Awesome idea. And who really thinks, “What kind of case would it take for one of these weird Cantina band instruments?” What does the band do on break? And the young Greedo thing – bring your youngling to work day? And Young’s Jawa pic is really clever, as someone mentioned it also reminded me of Calvin and Hobbes.