The Darth Maul post.

I did this today just to kind of screw around. I kinda wanted to do something digital in color because It’s been awhile. It’s so hard for me to look at a lot of my digital work because I get uncomfortable with “clean” look of it. On the other hand this went really quick because I didn’t worry with that and just went with it.
I also feel cheesy drawing just a head shot of Darth Maul but, whatever. Just look at it.

Also, I did this in Manga Studio 4.

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I am a freelance artist that has been drawing comics for about half my life. I try to work in all mediums that I possibly can but love working with a brush and a bottle of ink. If you like what you see here and need an artist for something, drop me a line.
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4 Responses to The Darth Maul post.

  1. themofman says:

    I like it. Even with such a wide neck. Maul was such an incredible character. So much potential. A terrible shame that he was killed off in the first prequil.

    • treebeerdy says:

      Thanks. Yeah, his neck and eyes are driving me nuts right now. i think his head overall is kinda wide. But you know, for the sake of screwing around and such. Maul could have been way more, I have to agree with that.

  2. I’ve always wished he could have survived, and been like a Mephistopheles character to Dooku in Attack of the Clones. zWhispering things in the fallen Jedi’s ear.

    I like this one too: it’s an iconic image, and the unrelenting blackness is appealing. It’s so much better without defining the jawline. And I really like the care you took with the horns.

    • treebeerdy says:

      Thanks Glendon! I think the color combinations and over all silence (for the most part) made the character one of the best parts of the prequels. The red and black really put of a furious kind of vibe.

      I totally agree about the jawline. I think that for a second I thought about just putting a very thin white line to show the separation. In the end I didn’t even try it. I felt it looked way stronger with the solid blacks. It was fun to do too!

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