’s Mando Download for Chapter 9: The Marshal includes end credit concept art by Khang Le, @rchurchdesign, and two by @CAlzmann, respectively.
#StarWars #TheMandalorian…
More #TheMandalorian Chapter 9: The Marshal concept art via, including work by @CAlzmann, Erik Tiemens, another by Christian Alzmann, and @brianmatyasart, respectively.…
And one last, epic batch of #TheMandolorian Chapter 9: The Marshal concept art via, illustrated by Doug Chiang, @CAlzmann, and @brianmatyasart, respectively.…
Oh and for the record (*pushes up glasses*), this is a scurrier, as first seen in the Ep4 Special Edition and designed by @TyRuben, not a womp rat, which are a lot bigger (although not much bigger than two meters) and uglier.

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2. “Darth Vader, a tall, grim-looking general” appears in the May 1974 The #StarWars rough draft
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