A journey of a thousand light years starts with a single sketch.
While movie fans around the world flock to see Solo: A Star Wars Story, a new book has revealed how the characters and sets for the latest Star Wars spin-off first came to life.
From the legendary Millennium Falcon to the costumes worn by main character Han Solo, The Art of Solo: A Star Wars Story goes behind the scenes of the fabled sci-fi saga.
The book, which has been put together by Lucasfilm creative art manager Phil Szostak, offers rare access to hundreds of images, including production paintings, concept art and sketches, storyboards and matte paintings.
The book even contains the first concept drawings for the popular new droid called L3-37, which is played by Phoebe Waller-Bridge.