Artist Wahyu Ichwandardi must be the biggest Star Wars fan out there. He had the patience (aside from time) to re-create the trailer for the upcoming film Star Wars: The Last Jedi all from a 1984 Apple computer.
The entire, tedious process took the New York-based illustrator a total of three weeks to make, and reportedly used up 48 floppy disks for his project. Mashable reports: “to draw in layers for the animation, the illustrator had to draw each layer by hand, using plastic sheets held over the monitor, to trace each frame from the trailer, for reference.”
The result, however, is a technological masterpiece. Vintage computer graphics will always look super cool. Watch:
Cita-cita waktu masih kecil di th 80an: bikin trailer Star Wars pakai komputer Apple bermonitor monochrome, baru kesampaian sekarang. pic.twitter.com/kUV28VB5pq
— Pinot (@pinotski) June 26, 2017
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