How Disney Imagineers hand-build petrified tree spires in Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge

By Brady MacDonald

The 135-foot-tall spires that form the distinctive backdrop of Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge at Disneyland were each painstakingly created by artisans from hand-crafted rock work designed to evoke the fossilized look and feel of a petrified forest.

Disney Imagineers have designed, built, sculpted and painted the rockwork spires over the past three years in the 14-acre Star Wars themed land taking shape at the Anaheim theme park.

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A towering black spire at the center of a remote outer rim spaceport [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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