Yes, I finally got what I needed to post them. Enjoy.
About this creation
Malak. He was actually a very good villain, if only for his extraordinarily well-written dying speech (light-side, though I've heard that the dark-sided one is good, too) where he basically admits that he's a stupid wimp and you were right all along.
A dimmer shot of Malak. He really is a wimp. During the first fight against him, before he's using the Star Forge against you, I hacked him down to half-health in seconds.
I'm not sure about the torso I used for Revan. It shows some skin, and I always pictured Revan as much darker skinned than s/he is here. Thankfully, you can't actually see it here.
Revan again. Having played KotOR II first, and knowing Revan's backstory, I really tried to play Revan as a devious manipulator who remembers more than s/he's letting on. Unfortunately, that wasn't really an option. And, by the way, man, did I hate the morality system in KotOR. If you really think about it at all, the options are basically: manipulative evil "good guy", psychotic yet clever(ish) villain, or naive pawn. I was forced to go with option c.
My (non-canon) female Revan. I usually tend to play female characters in games like this where you can choose. Not sure why.
Her outfit here is actually a combination of two outfits she wore throughout the game. Her first outfit was a brown robe, and her saber was... I think it was blue. Or was it yellow? It actually might've been yellow. However, after a fight with a Rakatan droid in which I was only able to defeat it with a quarterstaff, I made that my signature weapon. I find that ironic. A droid made by an advanced race, made to defend against people whose main weapons are sticks and stones, is indestructible to everything *but* what essentially amounts to a glorified stick. I wanted to bring it up against Malak, but around the time of the fight with Saul Karath (who was harder than Malak, BTW, and probably could have killed him if he wanted to), I realised I should probably just use lightsabers.
A sith trooper, which you've already seen.
The Overseer. Really cool character, really great scene, really hard to build.
Revan laying a smackdown on a Rakatan droid. Anyway, for the latter half of the game, starting with Korriban, the outfit was "Sith Revan". Black robes, dual wielded lightsabers (a red saber and a violet shoto), and a mask that looked vaguely similar to the sith assassins from KotOR II. I had to switch to the Starforge Robes out of practicality towards the end, though.
Carth Onasi. Playing as a female Revan, I could have pursued him as a romance option, but I didn't bother. Atton is way better. (Instead, I tried for Juhani, which I'm not getting into now for very obvious reasons. I will, however, note that I must have missed a bit of dialogue or two, because I did not succeed, continuing my trend of completely failing all romance sidequests in all RPGs ever. I was thinking of playing Mass Effect next. Let's hope that the trend doesn't continue.)
I gave him that armor around Dantooine, and he kept it until the end.
Bastilla Shan. I mainly remember her as that girl who, through either suicidal urges, the corrupting power of the Star Forge, or merely intense stupidity, turned back to the light side and then decided to kill me anyway. Or, rather, tried. She didn't last long after that.
Her saber is practically iconic, though, and her music is the best in the game.
Alright, that's it for now. I hope you enjoyed it.