Do you keep in mind this picture above from the tip of the Return of the Jedi?
Luke had been wearing black for a lot of the movie. It was a metaphor for his potential alignment to the Dark Side. He was Pressure choking Gamorrean Guards in spite of everything…to not point out the important thing provide from Mr Darkish Facet himself the Emperor to hitch the Darkish Facet – at which level he rejects the job provide which the classic quote:
I am a Jedi, like my father earlier than me.
Submit the Emperor’s supposed dying, we see Luke’s costume has come undone after being zapped by Pressure Lightning, showing he was part of the Light Side of the Force all along.
And now minimize to the idea artwork that was designed for Colin Trevorrow’s model of Star Wars which was titled Duel of the Fates (the title is a reference to the musical piece from Revenge of the Sith).
Trevorrow’s model was in the end rejected by Lucasfilm and JJ Abrams was purchased again on for an additional crack on the story which turned The Rise of Skywalker.
It options Rey on a Star Destroyer with a double saber blade and – a dressing up much like Luke’s Jedi exterior – with the identical open flap:
We expect the idea artist did this as a particular nod to Luke’s second in Jedi.
This paintings could be present in ‘The Art of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ e book.
The idea artwork e book additionally options this picture of R2D2 and C3PO on the planet of Coruscant (which featured within the prequels).
It strongly jogs my memory of this scene from Retun of the Jedi – one which was primarily based on a equally styled shot within the Wizard of Oz:
Order the Artwork of The Rise of Skywalker: