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A Fan-Made Coloring Book for Fans of ‘Forces of Destiny’

We find inspiration in all sorts of places.

When the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens was first released in November 2014, I immediately broke out my art supplies and made a BB-8 bracelet. When Vanity Fair released photographs taken on the sets of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, my eyes zoomed in on a prop that I wanted to recreate and I made it happen over the course of a few days. It’s always exciting to see what fans are capable of doing with a dash of imagination and a whole lot of heart.

This time around, Forces of Destiny inspired me to draw. I love its simplistic and charming style, and thanks to the suggestion of another Star Wars fan on Twitter, I converted my drawings into coloring pages!

If you would like to color your favorite Forces of Destiny characters, download the PDF here. (When you select to print, make sure the orientation of the pages is in landscape.)

Share your results with us on TwitterFacebookInstagram, and Tumblr.

Also, make sure to follow GhostBot, the animation studio that collaborated with Lucasfilm, on Twitter and Facebook to learn more about the creative team behind Forces of Destiny.


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8 comments on “A Fan-Made Coloring Book for Fans of ‘Forces of Destiny’

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  2. Thanks so much for this, it’s so cool! I’m printing this out now to share with my younger sisters!! :D

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  5. You are a total legend for doing these x

  6. Jon Hodges

    I’m surprised you’re not drawing more often. This is pretty awesome :)

    • Aww, thanks! It’s hard for me when it comes to drawing from the imagination. I rely heavily on references. I took art for three years when I was in school, but I ended up being too hard on myself, so I dropped it. It’s a fun to do it from time to time, thought!

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