I’m opening up the Sketch Wars vault and giving you access to all of my 760 drawings that I did for my crazy 2 1/2 year long project of drawing one Star Wars character a day counting down the release of The Force Awakens.
You’ll receive 1x drawing a month (or 2x every other month if you’re outside of the US) until the vault is drained!
You can also double up and receive both a mini print AND a one of a kind Sketch Wars drawing.
Check out my Patreon page for several tier options on how start your collection today!
Last year a friend of mine, Josiah Ward, commissioned me to draw him a Lobot.
Eventually, I’d like to draw the rest of his body and turn him into a Paper Figure!
Inspired by my hero Chris Schweizer (whom lives my dream of being a true life lumberjack artist) I want to start doing series of paper figures based on Star Wars characters. Once I have a bunch made I’ll post them for download here at LumberjackNick.com.
Below is the most recent one I’ve done. Shredded Kylo Ren:
Just right click on the image above, save, print, and cut!
The above paper figure does take the following stands to….stand. But I’m looking into an alternative version that doesn’t need stands.
UPDATE: I made a page with printable versions of my current Paper Figures. Click HERE, or on the Menu Bar above
Last week, I wrote about the Jack Marshall comic strips I’ve been working on. This week, I’d like to share with you a couple of pieces that I’ve done recently just for fun.
First up, I’ve been waiting to do more Star Wars: The Last Jedi related drawings, but since I’ve been so busy I haven’t had much time. I really like my design of Chewy in my “HOPE” collage so I thought I’d do a Chewy focused piece. Add in a few porgs and…presto! Ya got a The Last Jedi tie-in drawing!
Next up, the AT-ST Walker.
Continue reading What I’ve been up too (Part 2)
Over the past month I’ve been wildly busy with projects that I’ve barely been able to keep up with it! I’ll be posting updates over the next few days of what some of those projects have been (Note: Some are still under wraps so I can’t say anything about them yet).
Firstly, I’ve continued my work with Screen14 Pictures’ Jack Marshall Can’t Do This which is a transmedia webseries. One of the characters, Donni Lawrence, draws comics and posts them on her Instagram. Below are same of my favorite I’ve done so far (keep in mind a lot of the humor comes from in-jokes from the show). They are drawn by me, and written by Grant & Victoria Hansen.
Continue reading What I’ve been up too (part 1)
A few months ago I had the opportunity to do some drawings of X-Wing Pilot Helmets to accompany John Bishops’ interviews of actors who’ve portrayed various X-Wing/Y-Wing pilots in various Star Wars films.
Instead of interviews this time around, John has written up some biography-esque articles about two of Star Wars most memorable late, pilot actors. Follow the links provided to read all about Porkins and Rogue Two (aka the man with the most boring but easiest to draw X-Wing helmet in history)
Remembering Red Six: Bill Hootkins Was Jek Porkins
Continue reading Two More X-Wing Interviews
Recently John Bishop of MakingStarWars.net got the opportunity to interview some of the actors who portrayed various X-Wing pilots from various Star Wars films. To accompany his interviews he asked me to draw the corresponding helmet.
I took this opportunity to continue to hone my digital art skills. Below are the first four helmets with links to John’s interview.
Red Three Standing By: Garrick Hagon is Biggs Darklighter
Continue reading Illustrations for X-Wing Interviews
Last week I had the pleasure of doing not one, but two commissions for Marcio Filho from Brazil.
These were fun commissions to do as Plo Koon is my favorite Jedi, and I’ve been wanting to try my hand at doing more vehicles. (TIE Fighter next?)
Let me know what vehicles you’d like me to try my hand at, and also let me know who your favorite Jedi is in the comments below ✖
I started my SKETCH WARS project back in 2013 for many reasons. Two of which were to teach myself how to draw better, and to create my own style. I like to believe that I’ve come a long way on my journey.
Thus I had the idea to go back and redraw some of my more classic pieces from my Episode VII countdown just to see how much I really have grown as an artist.
I’m calling this series “SKETCH WARS: Revisited”, and the first in this series is of Ben Kenobi based on the brilliant Sideshow statue.
What do you think? Have I grown much?
My other SKETCH WARS drawings can be found at:
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Last month I did a collage drawing depicting a group of classic clone troopers, and then I sent out a call to whether or not people would like to parade around with said drawing on their chest. The answer was ‘yes’.
If you’re on the the aforementioned people, please venture over to my brand new T-Shirt shop, and pick yourself up one or three. The shirts come in men’s, women’s and kid’s in both white and black. They only cost $19.99, and 20% of the profits go to the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network.
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