|As the name implies- only Separatist art. |
Things and persons that belong to the Republic can be in a submission, but they can't be the main focus. Also, no crossovers with other(non-StarWars) movies and characters.
You can have an OC in a pic, but it must be a StarWars OC.
Other than that, go crazy!
When you submit a piece, submit it to the Featured folder. will sort the artworks as they come in to the folders they belong to.
Star Wars Contest: 'Sith Family'EDIT: updated list of entries so far!
~ You are cordially invited to participate in the Sith Family fan contest. ~
Create a fan work focusing on the 'family' side to a Sith character!
DEADLINE: MAY 5 (‘Revenge of the Fifth’)
1st place: X-wing model + 5 Topps Force Attax cards
2nd place: Star Wars Tabletop Game + 5 Topps cards
3rd place: Star Wars A4 Notebook + 5 Topps cards
Best in originality: Star Wars candy collectible (lollypop + mega tattoo set)
Best in technique: Star Wars candy collectible
Entrant with the most entries: Star Wars candy collectible
Take a look at the prizes here!
The Sith you can choose to focus on for your entry:
Palpatine, Maul, Plagueis, Dooku, Asajj Ventress, Savage Opress, Tenebrous, Venamis, Bane, Zannah.
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A StarWars HolidayXmasA StarWars Holiday by HikaruYuumei
What a bothersome holiday it was. Originally named after a religious icon, Christmas was a holiday for Christians, Catholics, and other dead religions associated with it. But after most of Earth religions died, this one holiday It thrived. It spread to other worlds for their own adaptation, and is now the one holiday that brings peace into the universe.
That is all I know about Xmas. And I find it pointless.
Even the other Separatists celebrate it. Every cycle, Nute Gunray hosts a celebration. There, members of the Confederacy can exchange gifts, converse, or simply enjoy a variety of food most common for Xmas. Of course, I never attend. And it isn't because I'm never invited. Social gatherings Is simply not for me.
It was the day of Xmas Eve. A4 for giving me an examination; I was laying on a bed all too familiar to me.
"Can't you go any faster?" I growl. I always hated going under the Doctor's watch. He always took his time for his own amusement.
"As much as I