gameraboy:


Joe Johnston’s sketches for the Millennium Falcon. The cockpit of the Falcon was actually sawed off the original Pirate Ship model.
The design was changed to look more like a hamburger. The mandibles on the front of the Falcon were meant to be practical. From the book Making Star Wars:
 “We justified the mandibles by saying that they could be a freight-loading area where your cargo goes in,” Joe Johnston said. “Something comes out and grabs the freight and takes it back into the ship.”


solongandthanksforallthephish ooooo gameraboy:


Joe Johnston’s sketches for the Millennium Falcon. The cockpit of the Falcon was actually sawed off the original Pirate Ship model.
The design was changed to look more like a hamburger. The mandibles on the front of the Falcon were meant to be practical. From the book Making Star Wars:
 “We justified the mandibles by saying that they could be a freight-loading area where your cargo goes in,” Joe Johnston said. “Something comes out and grabs the freight and takes it back into the ship.”


solongandthanksforallthephish ooooo gameraboy:


Joe Johnston’s sketches for the Millennium Falcon. The cockpit of the Falcon was actually sawed off the original Pirate Ship model.
The design was changed to look more like a hamburger. The mandibles on the front of the Falcon were meant to be practical. From the book Making Star Wars:
 “We justified the mandibles by saying that they could be a freight-loading area where your cargo goes in,” Joe Johnston said. “Something comes out and grabs the freight and takes it back into the ship.”


solongandthanksforallthephish ooooo gameraboy:


Joe Johnston’s sketches for the Millennium Falcon. The cockpit of the Falcon was actually sawed off the original Pirate Ship model.
The design was changed to look more like a hamburger. The mandibles on the front of the Falcon were meant to be practical. From the book Making Star Wars:
 “We justified the mandibles by saying that they could be a freight-loading area where your cargo goes in,” Joe Johnston said. “Something comes out and grabs the freight and takes it back into the ship.”


solongandthanksforallthephish ooooo

gameraboy:

Joe Johnston’s sketches for the Millennium Falcon. The cockpit of the Falcon was actually sawed off the original Pirate Ship model.

The design was changed to look more like a hamburger. The mandibles on the front of the Falcon were meant to be practical. From the book Making Star Wars:

 “We justified the mandibles by saying that they could be a freight-loading area where your cargo goes in,” Joe Johnston said. “Something comes out and grabs the freight and takes it back into the ship.”

solongandthanksforallthephish ooooo

gameraboy:


Alex Tavoularis storyboards from the third draft of Star Wars. Here the pirate ship (later the Millennium Falcon) is escorted by T.I.E. Fighters to the floating Imperial prison at Alderaan to rescue the princess.
gameraboy:


Alex Tavoularis storyboards from the third draft of Star Wars. Here the pirate ship (later the Millennium Falcon) is escorted by T.I.E. Fighters to the floating Imperial prison at Alderaan to rescue the princess.
gameraboy:


Alex Tavoularis storyboards from the third draft of Star Wars. Here the pirate ship (later the Millennium Falcon) is escorted by T.I.E. Fighters to the floating Imperial prison at Alderaan to rescue the princess.
gameraboy:


Alex Tavoularis storyboards from the third draft of Star Wars. Here the pirate ship (later the Millennium Falcon) is escorted by T.I.E. Fighters to the floating Imperial prison at Alderaan to rescue the princess.
gameraboy:


Alex Tavoularis storyboards from the third draft of Star Wars. Here the pirate ship (later the Millennium Falcon) is escorted by T.I.E. Fighters to the floating Imperial prison at Alderaan to rescue the princess.

gameraboy:

Alex Tavoularis storyboards from the third draft of Star Wars. Here the pirate ship (later the Millennium Falcon) is escorted by T.I.E. Fighters to the floating Imperial prison at Alderaan to rescue the princess.

osjecam:

sorry i’m late, professor. i’m disenchanted with the human experience and waking up every morning thrusts me into an instant existential crisis