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Designing Ahsoka Tano: From Padawan to Heroic Rebel blogger Kristin Baver delves into the development of Ahsoka Tano, from early concept art to on-screen sensation.

In her article Designing Star Wars: Ahsoka Tano, editor and blogger Kristin Baver celebrated the tenth anniversary of Star Wars: The Clone Wars by looking back on some of Dave Filoni’s earliest concept art and character designs for Ahsoka Tano to see how this much-loved character was brought to life and how she grew from the headstrong teenage warrior seen in The Clone Wars to the formidable and inspirational Rebel leader we see years later in Star Wars Rebels.

An early design for "Ashla", who later became Ahsoka Tano. (Image credit: Dave Filoni/

An early design for “Ashla”, who later became Ahsoka Tano. (Image credit: Dave Filoni/

From abandoned story concepts that would later be repurposed for Star Wars Rebels to the evolution of Ahsoka’s sartorial choices, Baver’s article is packed with gorgeous Filoni artwork and behind-the-scenes information. Visit to read the full article!

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Kelly M is a freelance translator, writer, and editor hailing from Gibraltar and living in the Netherlands since 2006. She is an avid fan of Star Wars, Star Trek, and the Tomb Raider franchise (among other things) and she has a deep personal interest in East Asian popular culture. You can find her on Twitter under the names @FandomNiche and @Kello_Ren.
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