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Sketch-a-Fett

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The blog Cannibal Mermaid, a group of contributing artists, posted the results of its first group challenge. The challenge was to create your own image of Boba Fett, however each member saw fit. The results, posted throughout April, were quite interesting and there is obvious talent in the members of the site:

On another note, the message boards here at the BFFC have been graced by several members making topics to display their own art. One of these art topics, BFFC AMM (Artistic Minded Mando's), is for everyone to post Fett related art. A joint operation between the BFFC AMM and the Cannibal Mermaid members would be quite interesting... The new BFFC AMM and any other artists are at the BFFC could also learn a few things about starting an art site from the people at Cannibal Mermaid, especially since they seem to be good Fett fans as you can tell by their entries in the challenge.


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