"Star Wars" fans express their fandom sometimes through art, portraying the characters in new and different ways. Sri Rosli drew this sketch of Rey, one of the lead characters from the new movie "Star Wars: The Force Awakens."
Here is a look at the different sides of Anakin Skywalker (Darth Vader, his alter ego).
This fun illustration of Yoda lifting an X-Wing toy recalls a scene in "The Empire Strikes Back."
Fan art isn't always confined to paper or online, as we can see here. This entire car is "Star Wars"-influenced.
This design even extends to the top of "Star Wars" fan Natasha Cox' car.
A South Korean artist created this beautiful rendition of Rey.
Of this cartoon, reminiscent of a scene in "The Empire Strikes Back," cartoonist Jay Fosgitt said, "I had this image of a middle-aged guy re-enacting Luke captured by the Wampa, lamenting his lost youth."
Jim Brenneman, a longtime cartoonist contributor to CNN iReport, imagined the original heroes of "Star Wars."
Good question: Why doesn't Rey get to wield a lightsaber in the trailers? (We'll have to see if she does in the film.)
An artist painted the two suns of Tatooine as seen by Luke in the original "Star Wars."
And of course, "Star Wars" fan art often starts at a young age.