Plasticine Tatooine

If you’ve ever wondered what lesser known but much loved Star Wars characters might look like rendered in Plasticine, then we have good news. Illustrator Elliott Quince’s new book, Plasticine Tatooine, features fan favourites such as Nien Nunb and Max Rebo (above) rendered in all their brightly-coloured, finger-printed glory

If you’ve ever wondered what lesser known but much loved Star Wars characters might look like rendered in Plasticine, then we have good news. Illustrator Elliott Quince’s new book, Plasticine Tatooine, features fan favourites such as Nien Nunb and Max Rebo (above) rendered in all their brightly-coloured, finger-printed glory…

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“Thousands of illustrators have depicted the cast of Star Wars over the years, so in a sense what I’ve done here is nothing new,” writes Quince. “However, it tends to be the more famous characters that most people choose to draw; the likes of Darth Vader, Chewie, C3-P0, Luke, Leia, Yoda, and Boba Fett.”

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“What I’ve decided to do, to make this project different, is to select a bunch of the more random cast members and imagine how bitter they must have been at not making it big, how badly they were treated on set or how cruelly their lives have panned out since the movies were released. Oh, and just to make sure the project really was unique, I decided to make all of the characters out of plasticine!”

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Quince is an art director at 300million and also a Star Wars-obsessed illustrator. The book, Plasticine Tatooine, is available for £4.95 from his dedicated site, here.

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