Bio from StarWars.com
:Tim Proctor has been an avid Star Wars fan since early childhood and is excited to be a part of the Star Wars Celebration V Art Show. He discovered his passion for art at the age of three. Tim earned his BFA from the Memphis College of Art and has since been working as a freelance illustrator and designer. Working primarily in ink, acrylic and marker, he combines the subjects of pop culture, science-fiction and fantasy. His work has appeared on many surfaces, both two and three dimensional ? from canvas and illustration boards to t-shirts and sketch cards. Recent projects include Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season One Widevision, Star Wars Galaxy 5 and The Empire Strikes Back 30th Anniversary set.Title: "There Is No Try"
Edition Size: 250 prints
Print Size: 16" x 20" 100lb Cover Stock with aqueous coating
We asked Tim to give us a detailed description about his first official Star Wars print and this is what he had to say:?When creating this print for Celebration V I wanted to keep the concept simple and focus on one of my favorite characters from The Empire Strikes Back. For me, Yoda was the obvious choice. I also wanted to use a somewhat limited palette when it came down to color selection. When I think of Yoda, I think of the force. I wanted to capture an iconic moment that people remember from the film. To convey the force, Yoda's facial expression plays an important role in this piece along with the addition of the levitating rocks. The glow emanating from his hut contrasting with the background lighting and limited palette of the Dagobah backdrop helps sets the tone for the overall piece. I hope everyone enjoys it as much as I did creating this piece."
To see more of Tim's work, visit TimProctorArt.com