Making Star Wars: Visions Volume 2

Making Star Wars Visions Volume 2; stylised characters hold glowing sticks
(Image credit: Image courtesy of Lucasfilm and Cartoon Saloon)

Many will argue of the post-George Lucas age that animated anthology series Star Wars: Visions, streaming on Disney+, has been the best in capturing his innovative spirit and telling stories that expand the universe populated by Jedi, Sith, droids and Wookiees. 

Going beyond the boundaries of Japan, Star Wars: Visions Volume 2 provides a platform to showcase the artistic and narrative talent of studios situated in South Africa, France, the UK, Ireland, India, Spain, Chile and South Korea that make use of techniques ranging from stop-motion to 2D and 3D animation.

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Trevor Hogg

Trevor Hogg is a freelance video editor and journalist, who has written for a number of titles including 3D World, VFX Voice, Animation Magazine and British Cinematographer. An expert in visual effects, he regularly goes behind the scenes of the latest Hollywood blockbusters to reveal how they are put together.