Hello from MisCon in Missoula!
This was a pencil-and-ink commission I did at the Calgary Expo. I’m always a little envious–if envy is the right word–of artists who can work in natural media, because they can generate finished full-colour art while sitting at a table in a convention centre. I really can’t, unless there’s power. And a very patient client who doesn’t mind waiting around while I fiddle and fiddle with bezier nodes.
I’m a fiddler. Even Photoshop’s multiple levels of undo isn’t enough: I need Illustrator’s ability to tiddle around with every single object, all the time.
Anyway, once I finished the Rogue and gave her to the client I decided I wanted to do a Rogue print, fixing all the errors I could see in the inked drawing the second I finished it. (Sigh.) And I wanted to play around with the WWII nose art that Kyle’s been doing lately. And I thought, who would have Rogue painted on the nose of their plane?
Star Wars: Rogue Squadron, of course! In the sense that no, they couldn’t possibly, it’s a completely different galaxy and also in the past.
I don’t care, I amuse myself greatly!