Bounty Hunter..Amalgam

I stopped working on this one early. There was alot of details I would have liked to include but got to the point I hated looking at it and was going to scream. I still like the way it turned out and learned alot of things while doing it I can use on future projects...hopefully will speed things up not quessing at everything..Zaeed Fett.


Unfinished??? It artistically looks *Finished* to me! This can be a style that's uniquely all to yourself.

This kicks some serious [expletive deleted]!

I can totally understand what you mean though, when you've worked on and off at a particular piece, there comes a time and a point when you're simply tired of looking at it any more, let alone working further on it or finishing it fully. I've got a bunch of render projects set on the back-burner for that very same reason.

Fortunately, you can get away with what you've got here, as a totally artistic style and license and it looks great as is. Love the Mando visor in lieu of a full bucket; awesome artistic originality there.

Kudos man, would love to see what you've got next in the lineup cast for "SW Re-imaged", whenever you get around to it, even if they are all done in this unique style. :)

Core to the Quad baby!!!

If your going to complement me, don't tell me my work is neat, cool or awesome. If you really like it, tell me why you like it and what you like about it. Only then I'll take it as a complement.


I agree- despite not being 'finished', it's absolutely worth the upload!! I think a lot of folk will get a kick out of this piece for a long while to come, hahaha.

The cigar-hole in the visor, man, that gets me every time. Brilliant!!


Great job. :)
Being a bit of a collector as well as an artist, I have seen many works of art that are complete even though unfinished. ;)
And this is a keeper.
"Creation is a Gift... Use it well."


This is wicked awesome, brother. Like, "What if Mickey Rourke played Boba Fett?" kinda awesome.


You've put enough into this guy to make it look complete. I have to stare for a bit to start finding areas that aren't done. Great stuff, especially capturing Rourke's face like that.


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