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Fan Art Friday #8

Featured Ahsoka Tano fan art for Friday 29th July 2016

It’s been a busy couple of weeks here at Team Ahsoka. Between my weekend away in London and the flurry of Celebration-related news, Fan Art Friday has had to take a backseat lately.

But not to worry. It’s back in full force this week! Let’s see what the talented artists of Tumblr, Instagram, and DeviantArt have to offer us and, as always, feel free to visit the artists’ profile pages to see more of their work.

This week’s featured artists are Ramón Pérez, Fran Morton, and Jake Bartok.

Ramón Pérez – “Ahsoka Tano”

"Ahsoka Tano" (Image credit: Ramón Pérez)

“Ahsoka Tano” (Image credit: Ramón Pérez)

Our first piece of art is this monochrome sketch by cartoonist Ramón Pérez, which he sketched during his time at MegaCon 2016 a few weeks ago.

You can see more of his work over on his Instagram account or on his professional website.

Fran Morton (Mortefran) – “Tano Takes the Lead”

"Tano Takes the Lead" (Image credit: Fran Morton)

“Tano Takes the Lead” (Image credit: Fran Morton)

The next piece featured in this week’s edition is this Clone Wars-inspired piece, titled “Tano Takes the Lead”, by British artist Fran Morton (aka Mortefran).

Learn more about Fran’s art over on her DeviantArt page or Tumblr blog!

Jake Bartok – “Ahsoka Lives”

"Ahsoka Lives" (Image credit: Jake Bartok)

“Ahsoka Lives” (Image credit: Jake Bartok)

And our final entry this week is this breathtaking piece by Jake Bartok. Titled “Ahsoka Lives”, this piece was inspired by the unfinished Clone Wars arc about the Siege of Mandalore.

If you’d like to see more of Jake’s work, head on over to his Tumblr page. You can also buy this print over on INPRNT.


Looking for more Ahsoka Tano fan art? Then click on Fan Art Friday for a full archive of featured art works!

About Kelly M (217 Articles)
Kelly M is an avid Star Wars fan originally from Gibraltar but now living in The Netherlands. Her fandom interests include the prequel trilogy and the Star Wars animated series, particularly The Bad Batch and The Clone Wars. She is the admin and chief content creator for All Things Omega and All Things Ahsoka.
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