So, when Mace Windu and the evil Emperor are fighting, and the Emperor gets all ugly-looking, is that what Windu intended to happen? If so, how does that help anything? “Well, he got away, but I made it easy for us to recognize him…”
Or, was that the Emperor’s real face all along, and when he expended that energy, it broke his ability to maintain the illusion? He could just concentrate again, or does this mean he doesn’t care any more?
Oh, and I don’t care how many arms you have, you should not be fighting Jedi knights with a bad cough like that.
I wasn’t crazy about his nose, so I did a bit of plastic surgery:
Then, some more details got added:
I’m starting to like this guy. He reminds me of an embryonic Space Jockey. If you know who the Space Jockey was, give yourself a pat on the back and take yourself out to dinner–your treat. If you don’t know who the Space Jockey was, oooo, for shame.
Actually, Darth Vader blogs. Did you know he had a blog? He did, and it’s right here:
The Darth Side
And the really neat thing is, it’s excellent. It’s writing of a very high quality, the likes of which the actual movies have never dared approach. Alternately funny and thought-provoking, I’d be astonished if anyone officially connected had anything to do with it. In fact, given the decline of the movies, I wouldn’t believe it.
It’s fun, insightful and definitely worth reading, especially now that the film series has drawn to a close.
Via Brian Tiemann
Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the Exploracam 1.
I drove up the Blue Ridge Parkway with this on my roof a couple of days back, and got back nearly an hour of pretty great footage. A few jigglies here and there, but nothing distracting, and nothing that diminishes the impact. The video is like a tour of the Parkway via omnibus. Way cool.
Later, I drove around the city at night and got some neat stuff then, too. It’s nice how technology can come along and just improve the heck out of something.
This guy seems to be coming along as well. I don’t know where this is coming from. It’s not part of the Blog entries which is why I haven’t been documenting this growth.
Speaking of filling in canvases, here’s the state of play on Paint Blog IV. The Canvas has been filled in. Uncork the champagne, boys!
This seems scarecely worth mentioning, but the canvas on Paint Blog II (Part II) is now completely filled, which as you might recall from previous chapters, is a big deal for me, etc etc etc.
I’ve been too busy to do more lately, but it’s still simmering. The thing in front of the two works, by the way, is a lamp though not an anglepoise lamp.