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Someone get this guy to work on The Last Starfighter remake

Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake

Eddie Del Rio grew up loving Star Wars and comic books, spending "most of [his] time lost in my kenner action figures, immersed in comics and oh yes....drawing." His passion for all things spacey, roboty, and shiny shows in his artwork.

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Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
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Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
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Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake
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Illustration for article titled Someone get this guy to work on iThe Last Starfighter /iremake

Eddie Del Rio is an concept designer based in northern California. He started to work at Lucas Arts in 1998. Since then he has worked for Lucasfilm, Disney, THQ, Activision, and 2k, among others, as well as film studios like Legendary.

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You can follow his work in his website, blog, Facebook, and CGhub.


This is part of a series in which we are featuring really cool 2D or 3D illustrations and animations. If you are an illustrator or animator with high quality work, please drop me a line here.

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DISCUSSION

I have remake/reboot fatigue as much as anybody else, but I'm actually on board with a Starfighter remake, if anything just for getting much of the special effects updated properly. This is fresh in my mind because I finally got around to watching the Blu-Ray version last weekend and as clean as everything looks, so much of the special effects are still pretty terrible.