Posted by Chris on July 18, 2010 at 08:00 AM CST
StarWars.com writes:

Kyle Babbitt is an artist living in the San Francisco Bay Area. Since Kyle was young he has had a love for art and Star Wars, never thinking that one day the two worlds would come together professionally. Since Kyle began work as a professional illustrator he has worked with such major Lucasfilm properties as Star Wars and Indiana Jones. Kyle is best known for his work as a sketch card artist. Some of the sets Kyle has worked on include: Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Galaxy 5 and Indiana Jones Heritage. Kyle is looking forward to his first convention appearance at Celebration V. Kyle's work can be seen at www.kylebabbitt.com.


Kyle Babbitt<br>


Size: 18"x24"
Medium: Markers, Colored Pencils and Acrylic
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Be sure to stop by Kyle's table during the show and introduce yourself!
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