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gameraboy: “Ralph McQuarrie concept art from 1975 “Battle for Death Star (fighters dive on sphere)” ”

gameraboy: Ralph McQuarrie concept art from 1975 “Battle for Death Star (fighters dive on sphere)” Y-Wing

Snow speeder concept sketch by Ralph McQuarrie (no. 159)

gameraboy: “Snowspeeder concept art by Ralph McQuarrie and Joe Johnston from February, 1978 for The Empire Strikes Back.

Snowspeeder concept by Ralph McQuarrie (no. 158)

gameraboy: “Snowspeeder concept art by Ralph McQuarrie and Joe Johnston from February, 1978 for The Empire Strikes Back.

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Discover a selection of 100 unforgettable concept art made by Ralph Angus McQuarrie for Star Wars Ralph Angus McQuarrie was an American conceptual designer

STAR WARS - Return of the Jedi concept art - Ralph McQuarrie (1929-2012)

Way back in 1975 George Lucas commissioned the concept designer and illustrator Ralph McQuarrie to illustrate the characters and scenes for an upcoming sci-fi movie he was working on. That movie of course turned out to be the original Star Wars.

TESB: Two early Ralph McQuarrie sketches for a ONE-man snowspeeder (with no radar operator in the back).  They were a bit too boxy from the front view, so Joe Johnston gave them more wing in the final design.

Star Wars: Episode V - Two early Ralph McQuarrie sketches for a one-man snowspeeder (with no radar operator in the back). They were a bit too boxy from the front view, so Joe Johnston gave them more wing in the final design.

On this day [January 5th] in 1976, Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie completed the first painting -- The Droids in the Desert -- to help sell the look of George Lucas' faraway galaxy to studio executives at Twentieth Century Fox.

On January Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie completed the first painting -- The Droids in the Desert -- to help sell the look of George Lucas' faraway galaxy to studio executives at Twentieth Century Fox.