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Comic #207

1 Yoda: Why wish you become Jedi? Hmm?
1 Luke: Mostly because of my father, I guess.
2 Yoda: Oooh.. father. Powerful Jedi was he.
3 Luke: How do you know my father? You don't even know who I am! Oh, this is ridiculous!
4 Yoda: I cannot teach him. Much bad acting in him, like his father.

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2012-06-27 Rerun commentary: Wow, the white balance is really off in this one. R2 should be white, not... yellowy-pink.

I've used a variant of forced perspective here to portray the X-wing in the background. In reality, that X-wing model is a Mini X-wing model, barely any bigger than the Luke minifig. By placing it close to the camera but shooting with low depth of field to render it very blurry, it looks further away, and thus our brains perceive it as bigger.

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