A decade after Disney launched the wildly popular film series with the prequels, there are now more than 1,200 animated Star Wars films available on DVD and Blu-ray, and fans are trying to replicate that success in their own movies.
But how do you recreate the magic of those classic films with your own style?
Here are some tips on how to get your movie to look as close to the original as possible.
Start with a template.
Star Wars fans have long admired the visual aesthetic of the original trilogy and the iconic costumes, but there are some differences between the films, especially the final two films.
You’ll need to create a template for your movie based on the style and tone of the films.
Here are a few tips: Don’t be afraid to break the rules.
While it’s possible to create some cool costumes or even some of the best animated characters, you’ll need the ability to pull off the style of the final films without breaking the rules in a way that will be recognizable to the casual viewer.
Don’t use CGI, special effects or special effects that are just not there in the films themselves.
Make sure your movie is authentic.
It’s important to consider whether or not you’re making a film for a fan base or for an audience who might not be familiar with the films before you decide to go ahead with the process.
The idea is to find a way to incorporate the films style and theme without adding too much into the overall story.
Don the mask to get the audience involved.
The costumes of the Jedi Knight Rey and the droids, the stormtroopers and the battle droids are all iconic, but it’s also important to remember that many of the characters in the original films, such as Princess Leia and her mother Han Solo, are not present in the movie.
In fact, it’s difficult to imagine the movies original stars Leia, Rey, Chewbacca and even C-3PO without them.
It would be impossible to replicate them all in a single movie.
Instead, try to combine them into a cohesive, cohesive group.