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This article is about the concept art for Mandalorians from the film. The art shows a wide range of Mandalorian costumes, some wearing masks and some not.
The art consists of a collection of concept drawings by Ryan Church. Church has worked on Star Wars before and he is one of the most versatile artists in the business. His Mandalorian concept art shows a wide range of different Mandalorian designs that were considered for the live action TV series.
The images below are real mandalorian concept art from the film, and are presented here with no modifications or enhancements.*
Mandalorians are a fictional warrior people from the Star Wars universe. They have appeared in several Star Wars computer games.
Mandalorian concept art is the conceptual artwork of characters and objects that will appear in the film or other forms of media. The concept artists are tasked with designing characters, costumes and environments for the movie.
Concept art for a character or prop can be created by anyone on the production staff, including artists hired specifically for that purpose, although some companies have one dedicated concept artist.
The purpose of early concept art is not to show exactly what a character or prop will look like in the film, but how it will look. This has two functions: it allows an artist to check if a design is possible within the resources available (for example, an organic-looking character may be rejected as prohibitively expensive to render), and allows an artist to communicate with producers and directors about how certain designs may work in context, allowing them to make early decisions about whether or not they wish to proceed with the design.
Mandalorians are a species of human that live on the planet Mandalore in the Outer Rim. They were originally part of the Mandalorian Crusaders, a group of warriors who conquered and controlled a large swath of the Outer Rim. The term “Mandalorian” has come to refer to any member of their race, even those who have not yet joined the Mandalorians. The term refers to their culture and lifestyle rather than their race, as humans can become a Mandalorian through training and heritage.
Tighe Ramierz is one such individual. Born on Concord Dawn, he learned how to be a Mandalorian from his father, despite being born an ordinary human. He is also one of the few non-Mandalorians capable of using the beskar armor that gives them their distinctive strength and durability.
The Mandalorians have long been hostile to outsiders and intend to keep it that way, but they have recently allied with the Galactic Republic against the Separatist threat. They are currently led by Duchess Satine Kryze, whose pacifist ways are often at odds with her warrior race’s aggressive tendencies.
Mandalorians are a fictional culture of warrior clans (often referred to as “cults”) within the Star Wars universe. They originate in the Clone Wars and become one of the dominant factors in the galaxy after the fall of the Galactic Republic.
Tie-in literature states that they have been in existence for over a thousand years, but their specific cultural traits were not explored until Karen Traviss’ novel, Republic Commando: Hard Contact. A majority of Mandalorian characters depicted in Star Wars have had a yellow or amber tint to their armor and helmet, although there are some exceptions. The most notable is Boba Fett who wears white armor plating, Jango Fett who wears green and red armor plating, and Pre Vizsla who wears blue armor plating. All warriors wear helmets that completely cover their faces, which are mostly made out of an energy-resistant material with a T-shaped visor.
The origins of the Mandalorians can be traced back to approximately 7000 BBY when skilled combatants known as Neo-Crusaders overthrew the pacifist government of the planet Mandalore and proceeded to conquer most of Mando’ade. This was done largely through use of Fenn Shysa’s battle tactics guidebook, The Mandal
I have read and re-read various posts on this forum and I am going to give it a try. My son, now age 14, has expressed interest in the Mandalorians since he first saw SW:ROTS in 2005.
I have been making armors for years, but never got into the costume business, so when he started asking questions about it I decided to pull out all my old reference books and see if I could come up with something.
I’m no expert on the Mandalorian culture but I thought I would share my progress here just in case anyone else is interested in doing some Mandalorian costuming or armor.
Tarn Mison (Boba Fett) – The helmet is a modified vacuform from a TK helmet from an outfit called “The Stunt People.” It was based on a design that Bob Anderson had made for Lucasfilm and was used for close-ups as well as stunt work.
The chest armor is from an outfit called “Sith Armoury” which runs around $300 US. I modified it by extending the neck guard and adding the backpack unit, which was fashioned after pictures of Boba’s pack that were posted on this forum.
The shoulder armour and gauntlets were also purchased from Sith
The first piece of concept art to be released for The Mandalorian, the new Star Wars TV series coming to Disney+ in 2019, was the bounty hunter. And while we may not have gotten to know that character yet, his design tells us a lot about the overall look and feel of the show.
The Mandalorian is clearly based on a Ralph McQuarrie design, but with a heavy influence from The Clone Wars’ Trandoshan bounty hunter Bossk. If there’s one thing McQuarrie’s designs all had in common, it was their practicality. There are no capes or flowing cloaks here; just armor that looks like it could actually be worn by the average person.