Lucasfilm is one of the world's leading movie and entertainment studios, founded by American filmmaker George Lucas in 1971 and now owned by Walt Disney Studios. It is home to the legendary Star Wars movie epic and the Indiana Jones movie tetralogy. Lucasfilm includes studios such as Lucasfilm Animation, which is engaged in digital animation for films, television projects and games, Lucas Licensing, which licenses and distributes products manufactured under licenses for Star Wars, Indiana Jones and other Lucasfilm projects, Industrial Light & Magic, which is involved in visual effects, and Skywalker Sound recording studio. Visual effects studio Industrial Light & Magic – ILMxLAB – creates immersive game projects for augmented and virtual reality and is a graphics designer for Star Wars: Tales from the Galaxy's Edge for the Oculus Quest systems.
50 years on the market
Home to Star Wars and Indiana Jones
Parented by Walt Disney Studios
Based in San Francisco, USA
There was a need to carefully work out the texture following the biography of the character – it has good maintenance but undergoes certain wear and tear on the lower part due to the constant advancing off-road. Two color variants of the droid were created – white, soldier, and black, commander.
Boggs Henchman is a human character. He is an infantryman, armed with a percussive cannon and wearing a distinctive orange and green suit. Two 3D artists were responsible for this character, who carefully worked out the details of his figure and costume in accordance with the concept provided by the client. They created three textures for the character – orange, green, and orange-green.
The creation of this character was the essence of the test assignment performed by the lead 3D character artist. After its successful completion, the Kevuru Games 3D team began working on the Star Wars project. This is a Guavian security soldier in his signature red suit, one of the cybernetically augmented people recruited as security forces by criminals from the Guavian Death Gang, which operated about thirty years after the Battle of Endor.
Partnering with Lucasfilm was not only a great challenge to hone our 3D character skills and contribute to world-class projects, but also an incredibly enjoyable communication experience.