A hand-drawn Colin Cantwell X-Wing fighter sketch from the production of George Lucas' Star Wars: A New Hope. X-Wing starfighters, first seen during the Battle of Yavin, were an essential part of the Rebel Alliance's fleet due to their mobility and four-pronged laser-cannon system. Early concept artist Cantwell worked directly with George Lucas to create designs and models for the X-Wing, and this sketch represents the starship in its earliest form.
This sketch, hand-drawn and signed by Cantwell, is rendered in graphite and ink on illustration paper, and labelled "F41". It exhibits minor signs of wear, including creases throughout and pinholes from hanging. Dimensions: 28 cm x 21.75 cm (11" x 8 1/2")£1,000 - 1,500
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