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More Jabba’s Palace Magnets by Joel Wintersteller (Amanaman, Gamorrean Guard, Slave Leia, Rancor)

February 28, 2011

Last December, I posted about the excellent Jabba the Hutt and Han in Carbonite magnets above. I got them from Joel Wintersteller’s Etsy shop, and he just added a number of other characters from Jabba’s palace, including a Gamorrean Guard, Amanaman, Slave Leia, and the Rancor. They’re printed on flexible vehicle-grade magnet sheets, and are really quite attractive. The humanoid ones range from 3 to 5 inches tall or so, while the Rancor is a huge 9.5 inches tall.

The Rancor is actually even bigger than he appears below — check the shot of all of the magnets together at the bottom to see the relative scale of all of the characters. These are a lot of fun, and I love the art style. The rancor is a tad expensive at $20, but the others are pretty reasonable ($3-5 for the humanoids, $8 for Jabba). There’s only one copy of each magnet available on the store at a time, so if someone has bought one recently, it may take a little time for it to pop back up on the store.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. March 1, 2011 2:33 am

    They certainly have a nice style and that Rancor’s huge. Did he say if he was going to release any other magnets of Jabba’s entourage?

    • icruise permalink
      March 1, 2011 7:48 am

      I’m not sure if he has any more on the drawingboard or not.

  2. March 1, 2011 6:31 pm

    I have a list of characters in the works. Since this is just a hobby at this point I don’t get them turned around as fast as I’d like. I’m always open to suggestions! Thanks for posting my work on your blog btw!

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