The Art of Revenge of the Sith was a 3-part supplement series to The Art of Star Wars Episode III: Revenge of the Sith that was featured in Star Wars Insider 83, 84, and 85. It was written by Jonathan W. Rinzler (the author of the book) and showcased various works of art that did not make it into the final cut of book itself.

Featured Art/Storyboards[edit | edit source]

The Art of Revenge of the Sith, Part One[edit | edit source]

Commander Faie in Clone cold assault trooper armor.

The Art of Revenge of the Sith, Part Two[edit | edit source]

Along with Episode III concepts, Part 2 included Star Wars related drawings by some of the artists when they were children.

Concept of a Wookiee Jedi by Derek Thompson.

  • Wookiee Jedi Concept (by Derek Thompson)
  • Polis Massa Revision 01 (by Erik Tiemens)
  • Polis Massa Revision 08 (by Erik Tiemens)
  • Battle of Hoth (drawing by a young Alex Jaeger)
  • Droid General Face Concept 05 (by Alex Jaeger)
  • Trade Federation Clone-Fighter Concepts (by T.J. Frame, Warren Fu, and Ryan Church)
  • Battle of Hoth (drawing by a young Warren Fu)
  • Clone Fighter, Revised (by Warren Fu)
  • Jellyfish Creature, Felucia (by Sang Jun Lee) Stamped FABULOUSO by George Lucas

The Art of Revenge of the Sith, Part Three[edit | edit source]

  • Vader Construction (by Warren Fu)
  • Grievous/Obi-Wan Face-off (by Derek Thompson)
  • Sad Threepio (by Sang Jun Lee)
  • Utapau Battle, Street Close-up (by Ryan Church)
  • Barge (For Padmé's Funeral) (by Iain McCaig)
  • Wedge Antilles' Father (by Sang Jun Lee)

Rejected idea of Mace Windu's death.

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