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==Behind the scenes==
 
==Behind the scenes==
 
{{Quote|Well, what would happen if you put this guy's helmet and put it on ''this'' guy?|[[George Lucas]] suggesting the combination of two alien models that would create Besalisks|Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones}}
 
{{Quote|Well, what would happen if you put this guy's helmet and put it on ''this'' guy?|[[George Lucas]] suggesting the combination of two alien models that would create Besalisks|Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones}}
Besalisks first appeared in the [[2002]] film [[Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones|''Star Wars'': Episode II ''Attack of the Clones'']] through Dexter Jettster. They were never identified on-screen but were named in the [[Star Wars Legends|''Star Wars'' Legends]] book ''[[Star Wars: Attack of the Clones: The Visual Dictionary]]'', also from 2002, by [[David West Reynolds (author)]]. For ''Attack of the Clones'', actor [[Ronald Falk]] was filmed for Dexter Jettster's scenes, digitally removed, and Jettster was replaced, made entirely with [[Wikipedia:Computer-generated imagery|computer-generated imagery]].<ref name="Attack of the Clones" />
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Besalisks first appeared in the [[2002]] film [[Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones|''Star Wars'': Episode II ''Attack of the Clones'']] through Dexter Jettster. They were never identified on-screen but were named in the [[Star Wars Legends|''Star Wars'' Legends]] book [[Star Wars: Attack of the Clones: The Visual Dictionary|''Star Wars Attack of the Clones The Visual Dictionary'']], also from 2002, by [[David West Reynolds (author)]]. For ''Attack of the Clones'', actor [[Ronald Falk]] was filmed for Dexter Jettster's scenes, digitally removed, and Jettster was replaced, made entirely with [[Wikipedia:Computer-generated imagery|computer-generated imagery]].<ref name="Attack of the Clones" />
   
 
Sometime during the production of ''Attack of the Clones'', the [[Lucasfilm Ltd.|Lucasfilm art department]] had created multiple alien models in the hope one would go on to become Jettster. Inspected by director [[George Lucas]], he narrowed it down to two possible models. Asked for his opinion, Visual effects supervisor [[John Knoll]] preferred a different model, that looked similar to Besalisks, stating animation possibilities for its wattle. Lucas then suggested combining the top of one of the models he chose with the rest of the head of Knoll's preferred model. This became the Besalisk species. Many of the unused models became other species, such as [[Skakoan]]s.<ref name="Attack of the Clones" />
 
Sometime during the production of ''Attack of the Clones'', the [[Lucasfilm Ltd.|Lucasfilm art department]] had created multiple alien models in the hope one would go on to become Jettster. Inspected by director [[George Lucas]], he narrowed it down to two possible models. Asked for his opinion, Visual effects supervisor [[John Knoll]] preferred a different model, that looked similar to Besalisks, stating animation possibilities for its wattle. Lucas then suggested combining the top of one of the models he chose with the rest of the head of Knoll's preferred model. This became the Besalisk species. Many of the unused models became other species, such as [[Skakoan]]s.<ref name="Attack of the Clones" />
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