Category Robert Watson – Composite Artworks

“X-Wings” Composite Art by Robert Watson


Even more from my friend Robert Watson! Once again he utilized a blue screen photo I took of three of my Mike Salzo V2 Studio Scale X-Wings. Reds 3 (in front), 5 (second), and 2 (last)...

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“Red 5” Composite Art by Robert Watson


Another masterpiece by my friend Robert Watson! Again utilizing the blue screen photos of the models built for the collection, he magically made yet another great scene from Star Wars.

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“Friendly Fire” Composite Art by Robert Watson


This is another excellent piece created by my friend Robert Watson! Again he utilized the blue screen photos I took of my three studio Y-Wings...

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“Cloud Car” Composite Art by Robert Watson

This beautiful piece was created by Robert Watson utilizing the blue screen shots of my MR Falcon and studio Scale Cloud Car that R.L. Bleecker built for the collection from a Tobias Rubom kit.

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“Buck Rogers” Composite Art by Robert Watson


This beautiful action shot was created by Robert Watson. Again utilized the blue screen photos I took of my Hatchet Fighter (SEEN HERE), and my Thunder Fighter (built by R.L...

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“A-Wing” Composite Art by Robert Watson

Another beautiful piece by my friend Robert Watson! He again utilized the Kuhn Global blue screen photos of the studio scale A-Wing that resides in the Hector Rosales collection.

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“AT-ST” Composite Art by Robert Watson

Artwork created from a build of the Studio Scale AT-ST kit from Nice-N Model Designs, Robert re-created one of the famous scenes from Return of the Jedi!

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“A New Hope CORVETTE” – Composite Art by Robert Watson


Talk about IMPRESSIVE! Robert masterfully recolored one of my blue screen photos and placed it in action as seen in the opening of Star Wars – A New Hope! The build was done by R.L...

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Drop Ship from ALIENS Composite Art by Robert Watson

From the 1:72 Aoshima Diecast ships, this Colonial Marines Drop Ship was composited by Robert Watson. Using his amazing skills, he then made it look like it was in action!

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