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The Pantone Colour References for Star Wars Character Boba Fett


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The Pantone Colour References for Star Wars Character Boba Fett

Always love seeing these colour inspired random design snippet’s from the ever increasing fountain-of-knowledge, in this case the ‘snippet’ is the Pantone Colour References for Star Wars Character Boba Fett.

Came across this snippet, as usual found on my daily Reddit purge, courtesy of a blog post on Daniel Gray’s website.

I love his open questions, especially:

Is the dark side coated, or uncoated?

 

 

Daniel Gray: “Flicking through the enormous and fantastic The Making of The Empire Strikes Back, I stumbled upon this little curio: Pantone references for Boba Fett’s costume, provided by ILM for the licensing branch of Lucasfilm.

Presumably similar guidelines were drawn up for other characters.

What specific shade is Yoda?

What are the colour refs for all of the lightsabers?

Is the dark side coated or uncoated?”

All very good questions Daniel, all very good questions indeed.

 

The Pantone Colour References for Star Wars Character Boba Fett

The Pantone Colour References for Star Wars Character Boba Fett

 

Wikipedia: Boba Fett (/ˌbbə ˈfɛt/) is a fictional character and bounty hunter in the Star Wars franchise and the pilot of the Slave I spaceship. In Episode V – The Empire Strikes Back (1980), he is hired by Darth Vader to capture Han Solo. He also appears at Jabba the Hutt‘s palace in Episode VI – Return of the Jedi(1983). In 1997, he was retroactively added to the Special Edition of Episode IV – A New Hope. The character is noted for speaking very few words and never removing his helmet in the original trilogy.