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    Nov 7, 2015, 9:45 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1726

    Probably couldn't find the original deck plating.
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    Apr 28, 2016, 5:26 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1727

    SteveStarkiller said: View Post
    glad to hear it Ozzy. Thanks for the compliments folks!


    ok, so I got really bored at work and starting dreaming up how I would approach the full interior of the falcon. That is, what artistic license I would take if I went for the whole deal. I started fooling around with the rough layout below, and did some more screencap research. I think I may have come up with a logical location, and layout, of the med bay that I don't know if I've seen done before, but correct me if I'm wrong.

    as you can see from the screencap below, the med bay bunk is on a wall that's perpendicular to one of the types of rings that recur around the falcon in association with the padded rings:


    http://www.therpf.com/attachment.php...1&d=1332429769




    It seemed to me that if you took one of the segments of the corridors, took out the outer wall and stuck the med bay into it, you'd get what you see in my layout.


    here it is in the rough layout I came up with. I put a hatchway to an escape pod bay (which mirrors the ramp hatch on the opposite side), and then I put the medbay just beyond that, because in ESB we see three segments of the port corridors and we know there's nothing attached to them.


    http://www.therpf.com/attachment.php...1&d=1332430324

    (please ignore the fact that the scale is weird and the cockpit corridor doesn't match. I'm just fooling around here with an interior layout, not trying to solve the ship of riddles.)

    when I built a model of the new med bay layout, it fit perfectly. A render to follow

    click to enlarge
    http://farm7.staticflickr.com/6115/7...3acc1634_z.jpg

    what do you guys think?






    .
    Just wondering if you had any (maybe even just one) measurements for your truly magnificent interior? Your work to date is simply amazing, btw. Thanks for all that you've contributed to this community!

    -Kris
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    May 10, 2016, 8:58 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1728

    reviving this a bit...

    certainly feel a little more secure claiming "screen accurate" now...

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    May 11, 2016, 5:36 PM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1729

    Not sure if this was posted before but here is a link to 360 interior shots of the MF and XWing

    http://www.starwars.com/news/star-wa...t-starwars-com
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    May 11, 2016, 6:29 PM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1730

    Looking very good Steve
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    Aug 15, 2016, 10:45 PM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1731

    there was probably something else I was supposed to be doing... huh... oh well.

    anywhere, here are renders of a project that I started in 2010. This is the cockpit of the Falcon from ANH, warts, misaligned panels, and all. Everything in here has been stared out for countless hours, reexamined, rebuilt, fretted over, deleted, lost in data errors, rebuilt, rebuilt again for good measure.

    Finished it all one afternoon a few months ago, very suddenly. I wasn't even expecting it. I added a button, and looked around and kind of just went... oh... guess I... finished it. Then went and had a bit of a lie down.

    now what? Finish the rest of the interior... uh, animate the blinky lights accurately? well, anyway, enjoy.

    (big credit to J Maruska, who modeled the captain/copilot bucket seats that I used, and who's own excellent Falcon work can be found here!)

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    Aug 16, 2016, 5:52 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1732

    Oh,....lovely work there Sir

    J
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    Aug 16, 2016, 8:30 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1733

    SteveStarkiller said: View Post
    ...Everything in here has been stared out for countless hours, reexamined, rebuilt, fretted over, deleted, lost in data errors, rebuilt, rebuilt again for good measure.
    Yeah... I know that feeling all too well!

    Beautiful renders as always! You have always been a great source of inspiration!
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    Aug 17, 2016, 6:37 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1734

    I see you added the golden dice, but where are the cup holders?

    Truly amazing work. Mind boggling all the detail is when it truly study it.
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    Aug 17, 2016, 9:17 AM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1735

    Amazing renders as always Steve.
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    Jan 26, 2017, 8:23 PM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1736

    Hey - I just posted about this forklift!

    http://www.therpf.com/showthread.php...55#post4175155

    SteveStarkiller said: View Post
    on a side note, anybody recognize the little mini forklift in the background? I had thought it was a droid from the screencaps I was looking at, but one day realized it's just a plain old forklift. even has a steering-wheel... which just somehow feels out of place in star wars.

    here's a picture of the real guy:

    in the right hand forground, next to the crouching man.
    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-w0GcybKcAL...0/falcon1.JPEG




    and here again in the left-hand background. Plus, I just love this photo...


    http://farm7.static.flickr.com/6107/...181b6f54_o.jpg
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    Feb 18, 2017, 7:44 PM - Re: Screen Accurate Millennium Falcon Cockpit (CG Model) #1737

    Okay - this is a late response, but:

    SteveStarkiller said: View Post
    Hey CEC,

    some ways back in this thread, someone posted fairly clear views of the boxes and levers in the upper canopy of the ESB cockpit, but I haven't been able to actually identify the parts that were used.

    I've been working on a theory, as yet unproven, that in the ANH cockpit, some of the levers were recycled in the deathstar tractor beam set, and in Yavin base. The levers have some kind of large D ring shape attached to yet another C3P0 Leg Piston (notably appearing as the throttle levers in the Falcon's cockpit)

    These two images show the lever I mean

    http://ladymanson.com/galleries/movi.../swnh_4011.jpg





    http://ladymanson.com/galleries/movi.../swnh_5448.jpg
    and in this picture you can see the silhouette doesn't quite confirm it, but looks like it could be possible. I'm open to suggestions



    http://ladymanson.com/galleries/movi.../swnh_2969.jpg
    just noticed that the same greebly is used on the roof of the Lars family landspeeder in ANH. FWIW.

    http://ladymanson.com/galleries/movi.../swnh_1240.jpg

    - nkg

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