He looks both sad and very young.It is beautifully done. I have a special soft spot for this as he reminds me of someone in particular that portrayed Obi Wan at a convention I went to. Must be because of the younf face Beautifully done.
I personally think that Obi-Wan the best character in the prequels and I shamelessly admit that I'm a squirling Ewan McGregor fangirl that would sell her house for another DVD with Mr. McGregor He's bloody brilliant.
And I love your drawings, it's hard to stop faving your works.
You know, when Obi-Wan aka Sir Alec appears to Lukey in The Empire Strikes Back and tells him he has to go to Dagobah to the same Jedi Master who taught him, he tells a lie! Yoda didn't teach him, it was Qui-Gon! But, back then, Lucas didn't know that yet, did he? Still, it would be way cooler if he'd made Yoda Obi-Wan's teacher in The Phantom Menace. I think Qui-Gon was ... dunno, sorta like Dumbledore (if you've read the sixth book) -- too good, and therefore foolish. Tsk. But still, if he didn't press on to the Council that they had to teach Anakin, even though he was too old, the prophecy would have never come true and he would have never have brought balance to the Force.
And that was such a tear-jerking moment... on Mustafar, when Ewwy shouths to the Christensen creep:
"You were supposed to bring balance to the Force, not destroy it!!"
Ah, the picture? i'm glad you pointed it out to me. It looked fabulous in the thumbnail, but now that I've fullviewed it... it's awesome... He looks saddened. Poor guy.
Oh, I'm gonna go watch The Phantom Menace again! I just love the fight scene 'tween Qui-Gon, Obi-Wan and Darth Maul, with the red force fields.