Here is the original sketch for “Young Leia”, a work that was created for the Star Wars Visions Project.
About the work: (from the original proposal submitted with the sketch): This portrait of a young Leia Organa is coupled with a letter or journal entry that may have been written by any one of Leia early care takers or perhaps even her adoptive mother herself. The letter, written in the Galactic Basic (Aurebesh), translates:
"She continues to speak of the dreams that haunt her. Alone and scared, surrounded by oceans of sand. I fear that these dreams may one day lead to questions…
Questions that we may one day have to answer…She remains safe in our charge"
This implies that even though Luke and Leia are light years apart, they are still closely linked through their innate abilities with the force—perhaps amplified by the fact they are twins. With a little investigation, the concept of twins can be seen reverberating throughout the piece…
Additionally, subtle clues can be discovered that hint at Leia’s future. For example, the portrait of young Leia surrounded by the towering structures of Alderann echoes the symbol the Rebel Alliance.
After the book was published I was elated to see that the work was soon adopted into official Star Wars cannon:
In 2013, the picture Young Leia by Anthony J. Waichulis, which mentions the princess’ dreams of being “surrounded by oceans of sand,” was referenced in the fifth issue of the Official Star Wars Fact File remake series, thus elevating this particular image to unambiguous canonicity. -Wookieepeidia, The Star Wars Wiki