Awesome artwork simply called ‘Star Wars Vol.1’ created by Rafal Rola
Another stunning find by a good friend of ours who is also very talented herself the very bloody cool Pauline Acalin Follow her tumblr, it’s awesome daily essential reading for me!
An amazing blogger (she never sleeps I swear) with an eye for tip top stuff is Pauline Acalin aka pacalin. Check out some of her own rather damn cool artwork in her Star Wars Transport series.
(Play the podcast using the flash player above, or if not displaying for you (download the mp3)A huge thank you for all for the feedback on our beta episode! We go live with our Episode 1: The ‘Fandom’ Menace
In this episode, we chew over and discuss the following:
- In the news, discuss our thoughts on the news of new Star Wars films and Steve Sansweet’s announcement
- FlyGuy talked about the Star Wars Visions Book and showed the George Lucas and Tusken Raider/IG-88 image and cover
- DBSW talked about the same book and the awesome rancor painting (is it Darth Maul’s lightsaber?!)
- FlyGuy attended the Sci Fi/Fantasy/Animation 'Armageddon Expo' and watched Star Wars actor Jay Laga’aia entertain the audience
- We talked about the great Boba Fett iPad wallpaper on Dribble.com (send DBSW an invite!)
- We talk about the amazing looking wallpaper by Dave Dorman
- We talked about the great post on DBSW for 'Darth Paper'
- DBSW met up with the gorgeous and talented Pacalin, who you should follow on tumblr
- We talk about the Gratuitous Picture of Yoda Wednesday (GPOYW and/or GPOYodaW)
- Check out the fantastic Millennium Falcon weathering that DBSW has been doing - inspired by Hangerbay94’s work, you can find his new photonovel here
- We get geeky about new toys including the new Target Mini Muggs and Arc Troopers Battle pack and the video reviews we have
- We discuss new Clone Wars figures, the new Cad Bane, new Obi Wan, Clone Trooper Hevy and more…
- We both get excited about the R2-D2 vintage collection that appeared on ebay this week. Does size matter?
- A great tip to add toys, books anything Star Wars you find across the web is to use the Amazon universal wishlist browser bookmarklet. Try it out!
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