In case you are a ‘Star Wars’ fan you’re doubtless aware of the now notorious “Star Wars Vacation Particular”. Inside this memorable expertise was the primary look of Boba Fett. He appeared a bit totally different then, however that was the place the extremely fashionable character began out.
Enter John Celestri, a “younger animator was given the task to animate a brand new character within the rising within the Star Wars Universe……Boba Fett the Bounty Hunter.
John fortunately saved his tough animation pencil sketches and has graciously shared this with the world by way of his YouTube channel!
I’m actually excited to get to see this fabulous piece of historical past!
Have a look!
The scroll reads:
“In 1978, younger animator John Celestri was given the task to animate a brand new character within the rising Star Wars universe…Boba Fett the Bounty Hunter.
The character was to seem within the animation sequence halfway within the Star Wars Vacation Particular. Younger John loved creating and animating the mysterious Boba Fett, so he determined to save lots of and hold his preliminary tough animation pencil sketches that he would usually toss into the waste paper basket to be picked up with the opposite rubbish…..
John now shares these drawings with you.”
It’s so superb to see these!
There may be an interview with him on the Clownfish TV YouTube Channel.
“We discuss with John Celestri, an animation business veteran who was the first animator of Boba Fett within the Star Wars Vacation Particular (which impressed The Mandalorian) and TONS of different animated traditional like Dragon’s Lair, Rock & Rule, She-Ra, He-Man and plenty of, many extra! John talks about breaking into the animation business and the way the animation business has modified since he broke in.”
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