Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Video: 'Drawing Every Live Action Star Wars Film Ever'

By: Benjamin Hart

Fan art has always been a huge part of Star Wars fandom, and talented artist continue to put their talent on display through countless pieces of Star Wars art. James Raiz is one of those artist, and he has made a habit of sharing his breathtaking work with the world through YouTube and social media as "The Box Office Artist".

His most recent endeavor has been drawing a lot of attention, and Star Wars fans in particular will find it most impressive. In one of his newest videos, Raiz reveals his mission to draw every single live action Star Wars film to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the franchise. The project took four hundred hours of work over the course of seven months, in which he covered every film, from The Phantom Menace, to Rogue One, and all the way to The Force Awakens. Using high speed footage, Raiz details his incredible work, which ultimately results in a massive piece of art covering an entire wall.

The artist also teases that a full color version of the artwork will be revealed on Star Wars' 40th anniversary, May 25th. Be sure to check out the full video below:

Source: The Box Office Artist

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