I enjoy looking at paintings, but I am not usually a huge fan of watercolor paintings.  Some can be nice but when it comes to art, I tend to prefer the wet on wet oil painting technique that the artist Bob Ross used.  Despite my general dislike of watercolor paintings, this Star Wars themed watercolor is awesome!

Redditor terry_cook1 is the watercolor artist behind this awesome painting of R2-D2 and C-3PO.  For as messy as watercolor painting can be, I would say this turned out pretty good!  There is a gallery of a bunch of other Star Wars watercolor paintings that Terry has done in the source link below so check them out!

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R2-D2 and C-3PO Watercolor Painting

R2-D2 and C-3PO Watercolor Painting

[Source:  Terry Cook via Geeks are Sexy]

It always makes my day when Global Geek News readers send me something to post that shows off their geeky side!

In this case, GGN reader Justin Quebedeaux sent me these pictures of his awesome Legend of Zelda owl tattoo he got on his arm.  I love the look of the Hylian Crest on the chest of the owl.  The tattoo artist that inked this amazing tattoo, who you can see in the lower right image, is James Laing of Turning Point Tattoos.  I’d say he did a pretty good job!

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Legend of Zelda Owl Tattoo

Legend of Zelda Owl Tattoo

I can’t really say I have ever been a huge fan of non-traditional shaped blankets, but next to the Legend of Zelda Ocarina blanket I posted about recently, this is one of the coolest blankets I have ever seen!  It might not be as practical as my snuggie, but what baby really needs a blanket with sleeves anyway?

Well, for those that have a love for Yoshi and are in the market for a baby blanket, Etsy seller SheriBFabulous is selling this awesome Yoshi Egg afghan blanket for $150.  This blanket is 4′x3′ so unless you are a really small person, this is probably too small for you no matter how much you may want it for yourself.

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Yoshi Egg Baby Blanket

Yoshi Egg Baby Blanket

[Source:  Etsy via So Geek Chic]

I’ve never done the Renaissance fair thing but lately I have felt like it would be a cool thing to check out at some point.  I would definitely be more inclined to go if the women were dressed like R2-D2!

I don’t know who this woman is, but anybody who is willing to dress up like R2-D2 while still keeping with the Renaissance look gets a major thumbs up in my book!  This makes me curious what other Star Wars characters one could dress up as while still looking like you belong at a Renaissance fair?  Share your ideas in the comments below!

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Renaissance R2-D2

Renaissance R2-D2

[via Fashionably Geek]

I’ve never been a big fan of the idea of wearing a ring no matter how cool they might be.  Even the idea of something like a wedding ring makes me glad I choose to stay single.  Well, for those that do like to wear rings and happen to be a big Legend of Zelda fan, I have found the ring for them!

Etsy seller Enrah is selling this awesome Legend of Zelda Hylian Shield ring for the amazingly low price of $8!  That is a pretty hard price to beat for those who like to sport some Legend of Zelda jewelry!  Personally, I will just stick with my Legend of Zelda Hylian crest hat.

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Legend of Zelda Hylian Shield Ring

Legend of Zelda Hylian Shield Ring

[Source:  Etsy]

I’m not exactly sure where I have put them, but like most geeks, I still have a box filled with floppy disks laying around somewhere.  Well, Instructables user Jetpack5 decided to give some of those old floppies some new life, as Star Wars ships!

You can find the how-to guide for turning old floppies (and some rubber bands) into Star Wars ships over at Instructables which shows you how to make the Death Star, Millennium Falcon and an X-Wing fighter.  For those that have a lot of floppies laying around, I suspect you could probably make a few bucks by making a bunch of these and putting them on Etsy.

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Star Wars Ships Made From Floppy Disks

Star Wars Ships Made From Floppy Disks

[Source:  Instructables via Neatorama]