No School Like The Old School - The Star Wars Art of Dave Dorman
Dave Dorman cannot be found these days working on Indiana Jones, Batman, or Superman. That chapter is over. Now the renowned painter focuses more on his Star Wars artwork, and the exclusive interview he gave PREVIEWSworld at San Diego Comic Con examined his latest fine art piece, Moon of Endor. In the video, Dave explains how Imperial forces - under the watchful eye of Darth Vader - begin building the base camp on the Moon of Endor, in preparation for construction of the Emperor's ultimate weapon: the new and improved Death Star.
Breaking Ground: Imperial Base, Moon of Endor is Dorman's limited edition fine art piece for Star Wars Celebration VI, which happens August 23 - 26, 2012 in Orlando, FL. For information on how to purchase this lithograph, please visit Dave's blog.
To see what Dave is doing in the comics arena, check out the latest Dark Horse Comics mini-series Star Wars: Darth Maul-Death Sentence, with all four issues featuring covers by Dave Dorman.
Other web sites you can visit to learn more about Dave Dorman include his own web site. Dave is constantly posting news of his latest projects, once which includes a new Battlestar Galactica print.
This first release is limited to 250 signed and numbered prints by licensee ANOVOS. Edward James Olmos gave his personal stamp of approval on this one, and Dave has said that it was a huge fanboy honor to speak with James.
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