What does a Jawa look like without a hood?

What does a Jawa look like without a hood

I might be a little biased, but as an Asana employee, I believe Asana is the best project management tool. With Asana, my entire team has a central source of truth so they know exactly who’s doing what by when. We can track all of our tasks and stay aligned on our team goals. This has been especially important recently, since it’s enabled our team to manage shifting priorities and take any new challenges in stride. jawa without hood.

Every team is different, so your team might not use Asana exactly like my team does. But every team can benefit from more clarity, coordination, and collaboration at work. Here are five reasons why Asana is the best project management tool for your team

:Quickly get started and get organized

, you can import your current project data from whatever spreadsheet or system you have into Asana in minutes. Here’s a 1-minute video on how

Manage all of your work with flexible views

In order for your project management tool to be your team’s central source of truth, it has to work for everyone. Individual contributors need to be able to dive into details, managers need to easily gauge team bandwidth

Track and report on progress

. The app switching is not only exhausting, but it also means information is scattered and difficult to find. Your team shouldn’t have to dig through 10 tools in order to find the information or context they need in order to be successful.

  • Asana Advanced Search takes the parameters you remember and narrows the scope of your search results, so you can easily find exactly what you’re looking for.
  • Communicate where you work
  • Most teams have two totally different types of tools: content tools—like documents, spreadsheets, and team-specific software—and collaboration tools—like email, Slack, Microsoft Teams, and Zoom. But there’s a third must-have type of tool: coordination tools. Coordination tools like project management software connect all of your work. With a coordination tool like Asana, you have all of the context, feedback, and information you need—right where you’re working.
  • When everyone is using Asana, all of your work is centralized in one place. That means you can get easy access to all tasks and projects for a full understanding of what’s going on. Instead of digging through an email chain, you can easily search, sort, and find the task you need. Share files, leave a comment, or send an update, all where work is being done.

What Does A Jawa Look Like Without A Hood?

Quite possibly the most frequently asked question when it comes to Jawas and the mysteries of the Star Wars universe, the question of what a Jawa looks like without a hood has plagued fans from all over the galaxy, and there’s no definitive answer that comes directly from Star Wars canon.

That little fact doesn’t stop creatives from imagining the answer though…

Life As A Jawa

Life As A Jawa is a Star Wars art project that I worked on throughout October as part of the Inktober drawing challenge as a means to take part in the challenge, and to explore what Life As A Jawa entail. Not taking the theme too seriously, I worked on capturing the drawings with a sense of humour and some crossovers that were fun to work on.

There were however two major things uncovered throughout my Life As A Jawa project, one of which was a plethora of themes that I’ll be exploring further and in much more detail in the future, and another discovery was what a Jawa looks like without a hood. Well, one of my concepts at least…

As part of the research for that article, I uncovered the fact that there has never been an official canonical reveal of a Jawa without hood or robes. Even the behind-the-scenes shots from Return of the Jedi only showed the costume that the actors wore in order to appear as Jawas.

Before we move onto a Jawa without a hood, I did also draw a Jawa without robes as part of the Life As A Jawa project.

Under The Hood Of A Jawa

Well, without further ado, here’s my first concept of what a Jaws looks like without a hood. I will add that I don’t think they all look exactly alike, I could easily imagine them having a variety of features; some being perhaps more rodent-like, with others, such as this fellow, being closer to the Human side of the spectrum.

So where’s the Sandcrawler going to next?

Well, there you have it, another possible answer to what a Jawa looks like under the hood. But what’s next?

For one thing, I’ll be working on a number of pieces of original new Star Wars Art to add to the collection, exploring the galaxy a lot further, especially Jawas and their lives and culture.

Is there a particular aspect of Jawa life that you’d love to see as an artwork?

Let me know in the comments below…

Exploring A Galaxy Far, Far Away

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