Star Wars Tie Fighter – Anime Short Film – Remastered Version
Star Wars Tie Fighter – Anime Short Film – Remastered Version – Watch this brilliant Star Wars Short Film in a Manga Anime style production.
Amazing original video from Otaking77077 .Remastered sound with crisp SFX from Star wars: Battlefront and Star Wars music from Star Wars: Rogue One ALL Rights belong to their respective owners:
Animation: OTAKING77077/ Paul Johnson (approved by OTAKING https://puu.sh/uHbZJ/967e9aefaf.png )
SFX: Starwars: Battlefront DICE/Electronic Arts/LucasArts Music: SW: Rogue One/LucasArts
Star Wars Tie Fighter is a starfighter in the Star Wars universe. Propelled by Twin Ion Engines, TIE fighters are fast, agile, yet fragile starfighters produced by Sienar Fleet Systems for the Galactic Empire. Star Wars Tie Fighter and other TIE craft appear in Star Wars films, television shows, and throughout the Star Wars expanded universe. Several TIE fighter replicas and toys, as well as a TIE flight simulator, have been produced and sold by merchandise companies.
Industrial Light & Magic’s (ILM) Colin Cantwell created the concept model that established the Star Wars Tie Fighter ball-cockpit and hexagonal panels design for Star Wars (1977). Star Wars creator George Lucas liked the basic design consisting of two panels connected by a stick with a ball-shaped cockpit, but Cantwell’s concept had few details. Joe Johnston created additional details, such as the cockpit window and the attachment points between the solar panels and the hull.
Initially given a blue color scheme, the TIE fighter models for the first film were grey to better film against a bluescreen; TIE fighters in The Empire Strikes Back (1980) and Return of the Jedi (1983) shifted back to being a muted blue. Sound designer Ben Burtt created the distinctive TIE fighter sound effect by combining an elephant call with a car driving on wet pavement.
In the book The Sounds of Star Wars, the engine roar is likened to German Junker Ju 87 “Stuka” bombers, who used sirens to frighten civilians on raids. This could have been a possible inspiration for the sound. Combat scenes between TIE fighters and the Millennium Falcon and Rebel Alliance X-wing fighters in Star Wars were meant to be reminiscent of World War II dogfight footage; editors used World War II air combat clips as placeholders while Industrial Light & Magic completed the movie’s special effects.Darth Vader’s distinct TIE Advanced x1 in Star Wars was designed to make it instantly recognizable, and the TIE Interceptors developed for Sith were designed to look fast, deadly, sleek and frightening.source wiki
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