Star Wars Documentary: From Star Wars to Jedi: The Making of a Saga (Part 4 of 9)+Bonus

In this fourth documentary we learn that 90 people worked on getting life into the masks and puppets that were used in the Star Wars movie for the Jabba sequence. The life was hard inside the costumes and the artists needed to take air as often as they could. One months has to pass until the Jabba sequence could be completed.

They had to use also miniature figures to get some scenes completed, like in the one where the warrior pig was eaten by the monster in the dungeon. The hard work finally paid off and the scene was completed to their liking.

Bonus: Below you can watch Tony deTerlizzi how he outlines his inspiration and process for creating the new entry in the Star Wars: The Adventures of Luke Skywalker, Jedi Knight, a storybook adaptation of the original trilogy, featuring the art of Academy Award-winning artist Ralph McQuarrie.

It is great to see that movies inspire people in such a way that they become artists, actors or even scientists đŸ˜€

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