Check out this amazing THE FORCE AWAKENS concept art by artist Christian Alzmann.
We love seeing the behind-the-scenes work that goes into creating movies like Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Artist Christian Alzmann recently posted some of his concept art for the film, the first one for a sequence of Rey that didn’t end up being used.
This one is from an unused storyboard sequence for Rey’s introduction on Star Wars: Force Awakens. Salvage pirates racing to get first dibs on a crashed ship. Rey is in the lead. This was super early days.
The most recent photo shows Alzmann’s first image of Luke, which apparently got the George Lucas Seal of Approval. It seems pretty close to what we saw in The Last Jedi. What do you think?
My first image I made for Star Wars : The Force Awakens. This was January of 2013. Luke was being described as a Col. Kurtz type hiding from the world in a cave. I couldn’t believe I was getting to make this image and I got a George “Fabulouso” on it to boot.
You can check out more of Christian’s work on http://www.christianalzmann.com/