by Allen Douglas
The sixth planet of the Hoth system is devoid of most life forms. One often overlooked is the frosted polecat. It is usually found inhabiting the caves of wampas and manages an existence by scavenging on the frozen scraps of tauntauns and rebels.
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His artwork has been recognized by many prominent juried illustration competitions including Spectrum: The Best in Contemporary Fantastic Art, the Society of Illustrators of New York and Los Angeles, Art Renewal Center’s Annual Salon, Ballistic Publishing and Step-By-Step Graphics.
When not working on commercial illustration assignments, Allen is creating artwork that, while firmly dwelling in the realm of imaginative realism, plays homage to the natural world, depicting animals in both a familiar and unexpected way. He often turns to folklore for the concepts of his work and distorts size relationships, environments, or the animals themselves to create visions that are truly unique, while at the same time paying homage to animals' natural physical attributes and behaviors.
His studio is located in Rochester, NY on the southern shores of Lake Ontario.