Nilo Rodis-Jamero is said to have designed #BobaFett's Slave I. Credited as an assistant art director and visual effects creator on #StarWars The Empire Strikes Back and costume designer on Return of the Jedi, Rodis-Jamero worked with Joe Johnston and subsequently #GeorgeLucas. Initially influenced by a radar dish, he is quoted about how it incorrectly became a "street lamp" inspiration in the book entitled "Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays." The sketch here was published in "The Art of Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back." For more about the designer, visit his page on Fettpedia: http://bobafettfanclub.com/fettpedia/Nilo_Rodis-Jamero
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  • bobafettfanclubNilo Rodis-Jamero is said to have designed #BobaFett's Slave I. Credited as an assistant art director and visual effects creator on #StarWars The Empire Strikes Back and costume designer on Return of the Jedi, Rodis-Jamero worked with Joe Johnston and subsequently #GeorgeLucas. Initially influenced by a radar dish, he is quoted about how it incorrectly became a "street lamp" inspiration in the book entitled "Star Wars: The Annotated Screenplays." The sketch here was published in "The Art of Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back." For more about the designer, visit his page on Fettpedia: http://bobafettfanclub.com/fettpedia/Nilo_Rodis-Jamero

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