GENERAL GRIEVOUS
(Character Concept)

Source: Expanded Universe:
(Concept for Revenge of the Sith)

Year: 2007

Assortment:
Exclusive Figures

Retail: $16.99

Assortment Number: 87418

UPC Number: 6 53569 26113 1

Weapons and Accessories:

  • Double-Barrel Blaster
  • Shield
  • Attached Cape
  • Clamshell Case
  • Collector Coin
  • Artist Profile: Warren J. Fu worked as a visual effects art director at Industrial Light & Magic and was part of the concept art team for Episode III. He has contributed his artistic vision to all three movies in the Star Wars Prequel Trilogy. One of his most notable contributions was the initial design for General Grievous, along with later input from fellow Episode III concept artist Ian McCaig, concept sculptor Robert E. Barnes, and concept design survisor Ryan Church.
    Comments: In concept artist Warren Fu's artwork of General Grievous, the droid commander has a more humanoid-looking form than the more robotic one that becomes his ultimate design. His cold, calculating efficiency is still clearly captured in the smooth metal casing and skull-like head.






    Points of Interest:
  • Concept Grievous is part of the Signature Series and is available exclusively from StarWarsShop.com.
  • Photography by Dan Curto

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