Star Wars Galaxy Sketch Cards

I worked on another set of Star Wars Sketch cards.  I’m always trying to do something new and creative with these sketch cards.  This time around I took the 100 cards and split them up into ELEVEN sets of NINE with one card left over.  I then arranged the NINE cards into a 3×3 rectangle and drew a dark grey boarder around the cards.  I did this to establish a location for each card in the puzzle.  I then proceeded to draw NINE versions of different Star Wars characters that would all fit together into one set like the one below.

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This way, people who were interested in making a set by collecting all the characters had a better chance because I made multiple characters.  If a collector wanted to get even more ambitious, they could try and collect all NINE cards of a single character like the samples below.  It becomes a sort of Mix and Match type of game.

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So, back to the math aspect of this project.  In the ELEVEN sets of NINE cards, I did NINE sets from the original Star Wars Trilogy.  Then I did a set based off of the new Clone Wars movie and the last one is from the video game The Force Unleashed.

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5 Responses

  1. Spenc, these are great!

    Hugs
    Holly

  2. Spencer says:

    I’m glad you like them Holly. I’m ironing out a few kinks in my production method and then it’ll be time to work together on that Twilight project you’ve been telling me about. ;]

  3. Clint says:

    These are pretty sweet!

  4. Erin says:

    Awesome, Spencer, you are so talented!

  5. Spencer says:

    Thanks Clint and thanks Erin. I opened up this post to reply to your comments and I’m surprised when I see those character cards. I’m really happy with the way that they turned out and I forget that at this time last year I was just getting back into drawing.

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