My BEST GUESS with “How Many Steps It Takes Chirrut to Get Ready In the Morning”
This is what I deduced from watching the movie multiple times and scouring the internet for information. Please don’t come attacking me if it’s wrong.
I had to figure out how his costume worked after I started drawing him and realized I didn’t know exactly what layered over what:
↑ Drawn BEFORE I started researching his costume in detail.
I really loved trying to figure out how his costume worked, sometimes watching the movie just focusing on how his right sleeve moved, wondering what “religious meaning” the outfit has, etc. :) Also, I found a production still from a shot they didn’t use in the movie where Chirrut had his tarp(?) on his back draped over his left arm. Since Jedha is set to be a moon in a permanent winter, I’m guessing that’s an extra layer of warmth if he needs it. Again, these are only my best guesses.
Anyway, this was a great excuse to watch the film over and over again.
In fact the subjects of the king mostly lived and hunted in the open woods, and had houses or huts on the ground and in the branches. The beeches were their favorite trees. The king’s cave was his palace, and the strong place of his treasure, and the fortress of his people against their enemies.
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