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SDCC 2017: Artists Alley

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We stopped by Artists Alley to profile some of our favorite Boba Fett artists:

Check out Doug Cowan (Artists Alley DD-10) for this one-of-a-kind framed 4" x 6" oil on canvas Boba Fett. Doug has other Star Wars art with Fett, too, at the booth and also available online.

The one and only Tom Hodges is doing commissions at his booth (Artists Alley GG-1) and has this cool $5 sketchbook with a bunch of his Boba Fett and Mandalorian art. Check out his Facebook page for more.

Dan Veesenmeyer (Artists Alley EE-21) also has a convention exclusive LEGO Boba Fett print. He's almost sold out of them as of Saturday morning.

We stopped by to say hello to Brian Rood, who has done many fan-favorite Boba Fett paintings over the years.

It was also great to see Joe Corroney at SDCC this year! You can still get this art -- the Star Wars Celebration Europe II limited edition lithograph called "The Slave Princess" -- at his online store.


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