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Our friends over at R2-KT are celebrating the artists of the galaxy, shining a light on their work during these tough times which has seen conventions cancelled and postponed and their main revenue streams cut off as other matters take precedence. Every day through out June, R2-KT will focus on a talented artist of the galaxy, and today we look at the work of Peter Hague.

“Hi, I’m Pete. I’m an animator, illustrator, and designer who attempts to make video games, music, shirt designs, patches, pointless doodles, nonsensical scribbles, and anything else I can waste time doing creatively. I’m a drummer in a metal band (Distances), so I’ve been fortunate enough to design a few shirts and album covers here and there. I went by the pseudonym “Robo Tarot” for a spell because I created a tarot deck comprised of robots. These days, the folks in the 501st and Rebel Legion tend to keep me busy with patch, pin, and coin design.”

“Same as every other kid in the 80s, I obsessed over Star Wars, Transformers, Nintendo, Marvel Comics, Ninja Turtles, etc. Once I found my artistic sea legs, no Post-It note or text book margin was safe from my mind barf. Darth Vader vs Wolverine. Samus vs Optimus Prime. you name it.”

TeePublic shop: https://www.teepublic.com/user/peterthehague
Website: https://ramenandrobots.wordpress.com
Instagram: @peterthehague

From a Certain Point of View: The Empire Strikes Back (Star Wars)
  • Hardcover Book
  • Dickinson, Seth (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 400 Pages - 11/10/2020 (Publication Date) - Del Rey (Publisher)