You can now vote on StarWars.com for your favorite entries in Long Video, Short Video, Photography, and Visual Art! Voting will be open until November 13, and winners will receive the Audience Choice award. Winners will be announced on the offiical website in December 2018.
We've gathered all Star Wars action figure related images from the Photography entry for you here and they all look amazing! Star Wars action figures are also featured in several videos in the Long Video and Short Video sections. Head on over to the official website to watch them and to cast your vote for every category!
The first image is called Scavenger and was done by Carlo V. "In this picture I wanted to capture what Rey's days scavenging would look and feel like. I used a 3.75" Rey figure from The Vintage Collection and used recycled materials, such as pill bottles and other misc. “garbage” to create the debris around her and real fog to create the atmosphere."
Train Heist was submitted by Jason F. "With the use of some cooking pans, shelf liner, flour, and some cool rock structures; I put together my vision of the train heist from Solo. Uses Hasbro's Black Series figures."
Walking Carpet by Lizzy R. "Recreation of a scene from A New Hope. Frustrated Leia pushes by Chewbacca. "Will somebody get this big walking carpet out of my way?" - Leia. This recreation utilizes Hasbro's Star Wars The Black Series figures."
Scarif Storm was submitted by Tyler B. "A Shoretrooper must evade a nasty storm on Scarif."
Following shot is called Duel Of The Toys by Matthew C. "This is a recreation of the iconic Duel of Fates, from The Phantom Menace. I used three six-inch scale action figures, photo-editing software and a "digirama," Which is a digital diorama utilizing a screen placed behind the toys to provide a background. The reflective floor blends it all together."
Following shot is titled Eat My Dust Scrubs by Christopher L. "Just an imagination of Enfys Nest making trouble for the Empire during the beginning of the Rebellion, Lothal maybe? Tatooine?"
The Utapaun Inferno shot is by Adrian C. "It was inspired by the chase scene through the streets of Utapau depicted in ROTS between General Grievous and Obi Wan. It includes 1/18th scale figures, custom built buildings featuring Utapaun architectural motifs (based off of official set miniatures), and almost all practical effects."
We think all those submissions look amazing. To cast your vote head on over to the official StarWars.com website!