Tuesday, March 15, 2016

ILM Reveals Gallery Of 'The Force Awakens' Concept Art

By: Benjamin Hart

Now that all of us have enjoyed Star Wars: The Force Awakens many times, its now to time to look back to the beginning and see how the film came to be in the first place. In addition to some awesome bonus features we have to look forward to on the Blu-ray, Industrial Light & Magic has unveiled a collection of concept art on their website. Conceptual artwork has been viewable for some time in the book The Art Of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, but some select pieces can now be see online thanks to a brand new gallery of artwork from ILM. In it are early designs for X-Wings, TIE Fighters and BB-8, an alternate look for Luke Skywalker, and interesting environments that were either changed or went unused in the final film. You can check out some of the artwork above and below, and of course, see all the rest of it on LM.com:

Source: ILM.com

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