Boba Fett Art Print
This is the third illustration design in my Star Wars inspired range.
Who is the coolest, most bad ass bounty hunter in the galaxy? Boba Fett, obvs.
This drawing is set in Jabba’s Palace from the film Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi.
Han Solo has been frozen in carbonite and is on display for Jabba’s delight, having been turned over by Boba Fett due to an unpaid debt.
Princess Leia arrives disguised as the bounty hunter Boushh, brandishing a thermal detonator with only one thing on her mind… rescuing Han Solo.
I drew the linework first on paper before scanning into my computer and colouring in Photoshop.
I love the colour scheme I have used here. I imagine it represents some of the colours one would see in the desert of Tatooine where Jabba’s Palace is situated, close to dusk as the suns are setting.
Depicted in the image are Boba Fett, Lando Calrissian as Tamtel Skreej, Weequay, Boushh, a Jawa, Han Solo in carbonite, a Gamorrean Guard, Salacious Crumb, Jabba the Hutt, Bib Fortuna, Max Rebo, Jabba’s Palace and Slave I.
Printed using high quality Epson Claria inks on beautiful Somerset Enhanced paper that is made from 100% cotton fibres at St.Cuthberts Mill in Somerset and has a wonderfully subtle texture.
Each print has a white border and is signed on the front in pencil by Manic Minotaur before being wrapped in a cellophane sleeve with cardboard backing.
Shipped in a board backed envelope.
A4 (210 x 297mm), A3 (297 x 420mm)
Frame not included.