Brian Johnson personal storyboard - Han on Tauntaun
An original storyboard used in the production of the 1980 science fiction picture The Empire Strikes Back, the second instalment of the classic Star Wars franchise directed by Irvin Kershner.
This storyboard is a production issued copy of the original rendering created by assistant visual effects art director Joe Johnston and depicts Luke's point of view as Han rides on his Tauntaun during the Hoth sequence. The storyboard was issued to Brian Johnson, part of the team which went on to win a Special Achievement Academy Award for the visual effects on this picture, and utilised at Industrial Light & Magic during the production of the visual effects shots. The board features various details relating to the shot including a detailed description of the action taking place underneath the illustration with further animation elements. Obtained by The Prop Gallery directly from the collection of Brian Johnson.
The storyboard measures 8.5" x 11" and remains in near perfect condition with three punch holes for binder use, exceptionally fine.
A fine example of an original storyboard with excellent subject matter from one of the most influential and highly regarded franchises in cinematic history.
|Movie / TV Show||Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back|