Mobius the Goat appears as Boba Fett on the sands of Tatooine, with the twin suns and even a Bantha off in the distance.
Star Wars-type people will certainly notice that Mobius the Goat chose Boba Fett’s bounty hunter costume from “Empire Strikes Back” and “Return of the Jedi”, instead of what Boba Fett now wears in “The Book of Boba Fett”. He does like the show, but gray is more of his color than black. It matches his goatskin, after all.
But in real life, Mobius the Goat would not be a very good bounty hunter, because he is just too nice of a guy. Much like Boba Fett seems to be in the new television show. Mobius is trying to strike a pose as they do on those movie posters and such, but instead, he just looks a little lost.
But that is okay, because there is plenty of room in this world for nice guys. We need more of them.
Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you. - Ephesians 4:32
About the Artwork
As you can tell, this is a bit of a different look for Mobius, trading his usual goat body for something a little more human-looking. I used a reference photo of the real Boba Fett as a guide to be sure everything looked right proportionally.
Instead of drawing him in some busy port somewhere, I drew him on the deserts of Tatooine. I suppose that planet is on my mind since it is prominently featured in the television show right now. The twin suns let you know (if you know Star Wars) which planet this is. And I thought it was fun to draw a small Bantha in the background, too. A larger Bantha might have been better, but it would have detracted from the main subject.
This also does not solve the mystery of how a goat is able to hold a gun, because he only has small hooves and no thumbs. And speaking of small hooves, why are his boots so big compared to the size of his hooves? Just little things to make you wonder.
Remember back in elementary school when guys would draw Star Wars characters all of the time. Not me, other guys. Right.
Anyway, as always, this artwork was drawn on an iPad using the Procreate app and an Apple Pencil.