Sorry for being gone so long! I've finally made some headway on this request by jerster

July 12, 2017 by: Asok in: WIP

About Asok

IMPORTANT: If you like my art and want to use anything for a homegame or a non-profit creative project, feel free! If you're publishing something (online or otherwise), I'd appreciate a credit. If it's a for-profit project, talk to me first!

REMEMBER, my art here is meant to be used and enjoyed! So use and enjoy it!


I was born and raised in small town California, much like George Lucas. I've even known a few people who supposedly schooled with the film-maker. I started drawing somewhere around age five, scribbling mercilessly with stumpy crayons. I've improved since then. After two initial rejections for Guild Membership, I was inspired by several SWAG artists to branch out stylistically, and I like to think that since then I've ventured into my own style of creating Star Wars art. I love Star Wars, Legos, comics and sciency stuff. I am described as being Gran-like in regular life, and I love new things. Boshuda!

Birth Date: 
February 17, 1987
Reedley, CA, United States
Pen, Pencil, Photoshop
For the monthly theme - Mirialan and Miraluka martial artists. I want to do a background, but I'm stuck for ideas. I drew a weird desertscape, but I don't think I like it. Any ideas?
Sketch for a request I took out for Scrumtrulescent, unfortunately a very long time ago.
I wanted to share this beautiful drawing my girlfriend Cat made, using a sketch I drew for a commission. It's a lady Gotal pilot.   She says there are Easter eggs...   Aaaand here's a Herglic. "There's no Easter eggs in this one, just potatoes." -Cat
My new year's resolution this year was to learn a new digital painting style, so I bookmarked a load of digital painting tutorials and waited for some free time. Well, since I'm on vacation, I thought this was a good time to give it a go. I took an old piece I had drawn in more or less my usual style and re-colored it in a new style, following a tutorial by Roberto Campos. This is the result. I'm hoping I can get comfortable enough to incorporate these techniques into my usual drawings. I feel like it adds a lot of depth and intensity.