The crafty fan who made this TIE Fighter costume is a genius as far as we’re concerned. Most impressive to say the least.
Top-Heavy: Star Wars TIE Fighter Costume
We spotted a Snoda (Snow Yoda) last week, so it was only matter of time before Jabba the Hutt and R2-D2 got in on the fun!
Forget Snowmen. Let’s Make Snow Astromech Droids! (via Geekstir)
Han, ma bukee. Bargon yanah coto da eetha. We made a snow Jabba! (via Helen Johnson)
Here’s a brilliant fan-made mash-up of Star Wars characters as members of The A-Team. Not sure who’s Murdock in that line-up, but it’s awesome just the same.
WATCH VIDEO: Star Wars/A-Team opening
Don’t miss these other great fan-made TV mash-ups:
Comedian and actor Hal Sparks is already known to be a Star Wars fan, so it’s no surprise that Hal would tweet a photo of him having a tender moment with Yoda.
“I love the scene where Yoda eats his food stick and for a moment you are wondering what exactly he’s eating,” Sparks says in our interview with him on Starwars.com. “Because of that I thought in the future all we’d eat would be candy bars. And so I’m a firm believer that while Star Trek is probably responsible for cell phones, Star Wars is most certainly responsible for Power Bars.”
You can read our full interview with Hal here:
Hal Sparks: Vader’s a Jerk
And be sure to follow him on Twitter.
Whether it’s raining in London, snowing in Nebraska, or sunny in Los Angeles, there’s a Star War planet out there that represents your current climate.
Star Wars fan Tom Scott has made this accurate Star Wars Weather Forecast that searches for your city and gives you the results based on the corresponding Star Wars planet.
The video shows various kids as they draw everything from General Grievous to battle droids using the tutorials and tracing pages from the book.
Bonus points to the young artist who took up the “double dog dare” challenge to draw a “a fairy princess General Grievous” complete with gnomes!
WATCH VIDEO: Get Klutz Wit It
Art Asylum Boston is running a unique exhibit of Star Wars art called “Inspirations From Above: ART STRIKES BACK” until Dec. 6.
Artists exhibit paintings, sculptures, graffiti-inspired portraits and more that pay tribute to the characters in a galaxy far, far away in a truly unique way.
Check out the art here:
Art Strikes Back Blog
(Art by Adam Koford)
So we were thrilled to see his Twitter avatar art of his favorite sci-fi characters including Boba Fett, Yoda and Chewbacca, among others. Up close they’re fun Star Wars portraits, but in smaller form they look like the little Twitter bird avatar.
Check out his full set here:
Apelad’s Twitter Avatars