• When art is downloaded and printed without compensation to the artist, it significantly impacts the artist's ability to make a living as a creator.

    We can try, but we can't stop anyone from doing this if they really wanted to.

    It's important to really think about what this means - if it becomes a normal practice for everyone, artists won't be able to afford to continue creating art.

    Please know I fully support printing artwork via whatever means work best for you. I want to help ensure my art looks as best as it can in your home.

    Digital Downloads are only $3, are sent instantly via email , and include high quality files of the artwork in five different aspect ratios (including one for device backgrounds).

    I also include a printing guide so that you can use the best Aspect Ratio for your desired size which you can order online or via your desired local printer.

    Supporting my art can be as simple as purchasing a digital download. It's an easy yet meaningful way to contribute to my business!

Skip to product information
1 of 1

Arrival in Neon Monsoon

Arrival in Neon Monsoon

In "Arrival in Neon Monsoon", I’ve painted a tense, decisive moment on Kamino. Commander Rex, identifiable by his signature white and blue armor, is captured moving with determination from left to right across the canvas. He seems headed toward a destination off-canvas, with his posture full of purpose, yet with a trace of urgency.

Behind Rex, a fellow clone trooper offers a salute. This salute isn't directed precisely towards Rex but rather towards the approaching LAAT gunship and what it represents — duty, service, perhaps an imminent departure or arrival; it's left open, subtly ambiguous.

The LAAT gunship itself is rendered mid-flight, hovering parallel to the runway, lights glowing in the misty atmosphere. Its presence is formidable, almost watchful, as it approaches the landing platform, ready to receive its passengers.

Quietly overseeing from the gunship's platform is Jedi Master Shaak Ti. With her tranquil gaze, she seems to encapsulate serenity amidst chaos, offering a semblance of peace and certainty in a time of war and confusion.

The sky, heavy with rain, provides a blurred background where the outlines of structures and figures are softened. Here, amidst the grey, the neon lights - blues, purples, and yellows - play a significant role. They offer not just illumination but also create a mood that’s both somber and beautiful, reflecting the inherent contradictions of the time and the setting.

Through "Arrival in Neon Monsoon", my aim was to encapsulate a moment that is fleeting yet significant, with each character playing a role, each light casting a glow that tells a story, and each drop of rain adding to the atmosphere of a galaxy far, far away, yet so close to the heart.

Order Options:

Digital Download - Instant gratification! Have the file available to you at checkout in 5 different aspect ratios!

Pearl Linen Postcard - This 3.5"x5" postcard is printed on linen, creating a almost canvas appearance. Between the linen weaves are pearlescent clusters, which increase the contrast of the art.

Holographic Poster - Printed on 8.5"x11" heavy duty card stock, these posters are dipped in holographic foil prior to printing. This enhances all of the darker tones in each painting (especially the line art), bringing subtle shards of iridescent colors when hit with direct light.

Regular price $1.00
Regular price Sale price $1.00
Sale Sold out
View full details