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Scary Realistic Life-Size Bust Of ‘Star Wars’ Villain Grand Moff Tarkin
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Sometimes you see things that simply blow your mind, and today, my friends, you shall see just that.

An artist by the name of Jordu Schell recently completed work on a life-size bust of infamous Star Wars villain, Grand Moff Wilhuff Tarkin, who was played by the late, great British actor, Peter Cushing. His work is so mind-bogglingly realistic, you have to see it to believe it. If you had this in your home and woke up late one night for a bathroom run, you would no doubt think that Tarkin had returned, and that he wanted your flat screen.

Click on over to the other side now to see the amazing life-size Grand Moff Tarkin bust, and to check out a very cool video of Schell showing off his talents to some visitors from DreamWorks!

This isn’t the first work of Jordu Schell (who quite fittingly has a pretty Star Wars–friendly name); not at all””Schell has a bunch of works that will blow your mind, which you can see by heading over to his website. And, as it turns out, he’s worked on some gigantic movies over the years…many of which are known for their standout makeup and creature creations.

Schell’s many credits include Men in Black, Galaxy Quest, Hellboy, Cloverfield, Avatar, Predators, Battle: Los Angeles, and upcoming titles such as Joss Whedon’s Cabin in the Woods and Jon Favreau’s Cowboys & Aliens…just to name a few.

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[Source: Muddy Colors via Kotaku]

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  1. You can buy it. He has it on his web site. It’s over ten grand!!
    The CG version in Rogue One was stunning. Suck it critics.

    Comment by caffeineandpixels — December 19, 2016 @ 9:06 am

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