Saturday, July 9, 2016

Recent Drawings

Anakin Skywalker giving out a toast with Dark Guinness.

Adult Santiago R. Lopez and his pet hawk, Davy Crocket.
A Jawa and Tusken Raider unmasked.


Mary Lau said...

Santiago Lopez: I have been a Star Wars fan since the Episode 4 came out in 1977. My favorite character is Yoda because he's wise, but he is young at heart and extraordinarily humble. Here's what I think: I think it would be great to have a Star Wars name. You might remember that I love playing with words and creating my own words, so I occasionally invent new names for myself. (Last semester, when my students and I were learning about the sailors during the Revolutionary War, my students named me Captain Deepdowns.) I've spent a few minutes thinking about a good Star Wars name for myself and here is what I came up with: Lauma Frachu. I am from the planet Serenno where I own a solar-powered library that was built into a cliff-face right next to a waterfall. I specialize in books from the planet Earth in the Milky Way, but I also carry a surprising array of multi-lingual literature. What do you think your Star Wars name might be, Santi?

Candice López said...

P.S. If it says "Candice Lopez said . . ." above this comment, just keep in mind that this comment is actually from her son.

My name is San-Gon Zopell. I come from the planet Mandalore. My home is a haven city within a stalagmite and stalactite mountain. I mine in hidden catacombs for carbon minerals to sell to Lando Calrissian, my dance partner in ballroom, for tibinna gas and carbon freezing industries at Cloud Cities facility on the planet Bespin. The carbonite can come in two other colors other than gray. It can be orange like copper or pale blue like ice. He then ships the finished products to the worlds Coruscant, Hosnian Prime, Kamino, Geonosis, Mustafar, Utapau, Cato Neimoidia, Kashyyyk, Felucia and Naboo (even to the Gungans). There, residents throughout the galaxy located on those planets in the inner and outer rim cherish their prizes as a trophy. They are not however shipped to Tatooine anymore with Jabba the Hutt gone. I also mine for diamonds for the duchess of Mandalore or other gems she is interested in. Occasionally I am lucky two find 20,000 gold minerals per day, and can use them as a fortune.

-Santiago R. Lopez

Candice López said...

The comment just above this one is actually mine and not my mother's.

-Santiago R. Lopez