Inspiring. Absolutely awesome.
Wow, I'm speechless!!! I'm betting the new Efx company will be knocking on your door for your help on this one man!!! At least I hope so..........LOL. I'd love to see this one turn into a kit or replica.
I really like the 14" or so Stormtrooper. Who makes that?
The Star Destroyer looks fantastic!
It is 12" stormtrooper, which has manufactured from Marmit in Janpan.
IMO, the stormtrooper is better than others (Medicom/Attakus/Kotobukiya...etc.,)
Very nice! Your collection is to be admired.
I am SOOOOOOO looking forward to viewing more progress on this GREAT beastie! I am glad you are using the stand as well! I can't think of anyone better to build this beastie! FANTASTIC my friend!
BTW... I think that specific stand has now gone down in price!!! The last i looked it was down to about $45 U.S. Dollars! Now THAT is a GREAT deal!! I think I will be ordering a few! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
wow, very awesome, great job!
Sweet, can't wait to see the final results...
Eric, you rock dude, she's wonderful, i love your display room, its really roomy, with a view too lol, love your work buddy!
Can you make me one?
Seriously that is probably the coolest thing I've seen this year. I had an idea to build something like this, but realized that there's some folks whose obsessions are greater than my own. Meaning, I don't think I could Nerd Up enough to do something like this justice.
I'm a big Star Wars fan, and have the Making Of Star Wars book, and it really makes you want to do stuff like this. I wish I had the time.
Seriously, keep posting pictures. I'm a big fan.
Eric that is truly a thing of beauty. I'm looking forward to the finale.
Thank you very much for your kind replies
As you can see in my blog, I have lots of unidentified kits...
It is very insane that you had to search and put those individual parts from scatered parts.
I can see an exhaust housing from panther tanks, some tracks, and turret hook ? Some parts from destroyer and cars parts.
Keep em going man.
Eric, I sent you a PM because I am trying to find parts to make one of these too. Can you help me with the following:
1. What are the correct knobs to use for the domes? I found a very similar knob from Hickory Hardware, but they make a 35mm one and a 40mm one. Which one is the right size?
2. What thickness is the acrylic sheet you are using?
3. What is your reference for the angles of the body?
4. How did you make the dome on the bottom of the ship?
Thanks very much. Keep up the good work on your Star Destroyer! Post an update soon!
Sorry for late!!!
Please refer to the below answer
1. I used 35mm knob for ISD's dome
2. I used 2mm acrylic sheet to make the frame
3. I totally depended on the size and angel by my eye measurement.
4. I drilled the bridge and join the top with knob by screw of knob.
It could be possible because I used cabinet knob.
Thank, Eric! I ordered 2 of them from eBay. Would you be interested in helping me with some kit parts? I have a lot of the parts already - but you have some I don't know about.
How is it in Korea? You know, I've been there several times. To Pusan, Chinhae, and Incheon.
This is looking Amazing!!!
Sweet Home Alabama that looks amazing!!!!!
Any update? Your build (and Flintlock) has made me to decide to tackle this SD as well. I can't wait to see more.
I want one!