I’m in the middle of an Obi-Wan Kenobi obsession right now, so here’s a fan art tribute (I don’t own any of it; all rights belong to the individual artists):
I love how this one focuses on the love of the master, and the grief of the apprentice.
Obi-Wan in his prime during the Clone Wars. I love the pensiveness here.
Satine looking at Obi-Wan with joy and love; Obi-Wan looking weary, of being a General and of war, and perhaps regretting what could have been. “Had you said the word, I would have left the Jedi Order.”
Obi-Wan alone in the desert fills me with deep sadness. I can’t imagine his loneliness and grief. But Tatooine’s desert was a crucible that burned away everything extraneous, and left wisdom and compassion.
That compassion is shown here after he kills Maul, the creature that killed his Master and the woman he loved.
I love this character in all his phases; to me, he’s a great Jedi, and a wise human being.
These artists are amazing! If you like what you see, go to their sites to see more and show your love!
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