What If The Characters on Star Wars Were For A Western?
Feb 23, 2011 12:55
Star Wars has been remade into a Western! Sillof re-imagined the classic Star Wars characters as Western characters. R2D2 and C-3PO are human now! Ugh! Check out the characters below:
"Clarence Peppero is the talkative bartender at the town bar. He is a bit of a worrier who dislikes being in the violent establishment. He is quick to duck for cover behind the bar."
"Rusty" Ransen D. Dalton
"Rusty is a cantankerous town blacksmith. He is quite handy with tools and should not be underestimated for his smaller stature."
Sheriff Akan "Death" Vardas
"Sheriff of the border town he works for the corrupt robber barons and railroad tycoons of the territory."
Luke S. Walker
"Luke lives on the outer borderlands with his aunt and uncle who are a poor farming family."
"Leah is the daughter of one of the most prominent ranch families in the territory and one of the few families to hold off Sheriff Vardas' aggressive attempt to steal the ranch."
"Old" Bennet Kennelly
"A one time sheriff of some western border town who was driven in hiding when his former deputy turned on him and took over the territory."
Hank "Solo" Solomon
"Han was always the most directly western inspired character. I just fully westernized his appearance. He quintessential quick draw bandit. I kept the color scheme, the quick draw holster, riding boots and added the black hat for his moral ambiguity."
"Chewing Bear is the loyal companion of Hank Solomon. Solomon aided Chewing Bear's tribe when Sheriff Vardas tried to massacre the Indian tribe."
Bob A. Ford
"The typical wild west bounty hunter who sells his services to bring in anyone with a price on their head. His quiet demeanor and lighting reflexes makes him one of the most dangerous men on the prairie."
For more images and a look at the stormtroopers head over to the SILLOF workshop, where you can also take in the Victorian Avengers!
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