I got a Luke blaster unopened from him to. I emailed him on eBay and offered him 350 through PayPal to save him fees and he took it plus 15 shipping. 365 shipped. I'm sure you can do something like that unless it's his last one.
Somebody needs to let this guy know the saber is defective and incomplete. Missing transistors, chipped finish on weathering, lever on clamp wacked, etc. Tried sending him a message in case he bought it from someone else that way.
Not sure I understand the concept of "original" computer generated concept art. If it's pieces that were used for approval for images used in the film and been theough the hands of Abrams or other relevant department heads then I believe it would be considered "production-used" copies of artwork. Otherwise these just seems like prints. Not sure what the term "original" excatly refers to in this instance.
I need to confirm for fear of any potential confusion that these are NOT simply prints.
Concept artwork for most modern film is completed digitally, that is on a computer. What then happens is that these pieces are printed off for select cast and crew. That is how these pieces are classed as original concept art. You will be hard-pressed to find any hand-drawn pieces and so that is another reason why collectors are now cottoning on that this is the next best thing (well, it's often the only thing!), whether it be for Star Wars, James Bond or any other movie.
I understand if someone doesn't collect this sort of thing they won't be interested or have much knowledge about it, but this stuff came from the set and is genuine (they aren't photocopies). Nobody else is currently selling it. I do know of a collector (not personally) in the USA though who acquired different pieces not being sold here from the same, original source.
As a general rule, I suppose as collectors we shouldn't discredit something before knowing all the information