This information was mainly intended for my use/reference to build the DeAgostini Millennium Falcon.
Since we closed our personal website, and the fact that I know that there are others that would like this information, I am providing that information here.
Please know that it is not intended to be the final word on what is right or wrong.
I personally thank all those who share information not only in building but those who create aftermarket parts, links with information and more.
Where to buy the model:
Official YouTube Build Diary:
Engine Bay Cover:
You may want to buy replacement metal screws if you do not wish to use the plastic DeAgostini screws provided in issue 95.
What to buy... M3 x 8mm Flat Head Socket Screws Countersunk
The following information is for the modification to our falcon sidewalls. This is to provide more depth to the falcon sidewalls.
M2-.4 x 4 mm Flat Head Screw
Links of interest:
Paragrafix Photo Etch... http://www.paragrafix.biz/default.asp
308 Bits (TonyRR)... http://www.shapeways.com/shops/308bi...lcon+DeAgo&s=0
Envisaged 3D parts... http://www.shapeways.com/shops/Envisaged_Image
Space in Scale... http://www.shapeways.com/shops/spaceinscale
DOA Paint: http://www.starwars-doa.co.uk/
Parts Missing on the De Agostini Millennium Falcon.
The following photos provide the name of the model kit that the parts are located along with the part number so it is easier to locate the part(s).
Please note that I have not colored, marked or identified all missing parts in the following images. Some parts can be scratch built. Some kits that the parts are found can be expensive.
32" Studio Scale...
Please click on the following photo to be taken to some of the reference photos that we had available on our website.
They have been color corrected to the best of my abilities. They have also been correctly orientated.
maths 32" Studio Scale Reference Photos...
As I understand it, the following Floquil paint colors are what was thought to have been used on the original prop. The paints listed with the floquil paints are what is said to be a color match.
Floquil "Grime" is said to be the main color of the ship. Some have suggested that it was a 50/50 mix of Floquil Grime F110086 and Floquil Reefer White F110011.
Floquil Enamel F110082 Concrete (I have 2 bottles)
Polly Scale Acrylic F414317 Concrete (sold it)
Model Master Acrylic 4876 Concrete (I have one bottle) (Extremely close match)
Model Master Enamel 1726 Light Sea Grey (I have one bottle) (to dark when compared)
Floquil Enamel F110031 Reefer Yellow (I have 1 bottle)
Polly Scale Acrylic F414122 Reefer Yellow (sold it)
Model Master Acrylic 4879 Reefer Yellow (extremely close match)
Model Master Enamel 28104 Chrysler Yellow (Not Verified)
Floquil Enamel F110012 Reefer Grey (I have 2 bottles)
Polly Scale Acrylic F414116 Reefer Gray (sold it)
Floquil Enamel F110020 Caboose Red (I have 3 bottles)
Poly Scale Acrylic F414128 Caboose Red (sold it)
Model Master Acrylic 4880 Caboose Red (extremely close match)
Model Master Enamel 1705 Insignia Red (Not Verified)
Floquil Enamel F110086 Grime (very old stock)(I have 4 bottles (it is darker than the new stock!!!)
Floquil Enamel F110086 Grime (sold them)
Polly Scale F414417 Acrylic Grime (sold them)
Model Master Enamel 1733 Camouflage Grey (I have 1 bottle) (not a match!)
Scalecoat Enamel S116 R.R. Grime#1 (Not Verified)
Floquil Enamel F110073 Rust (I have 1 bottle)
Polly Scale Acrylic F414323 Rust (sold it)
Model Master Enamel 1785 Rust (I have 1 bottle) (Not a match)
Floquil Enamel F110009 Primer (I have 3 bottles)
Model Master Enamel 1730 Flat Gull Grey (I have 1 bottle) (My observation, a shade to dark)
I acquired the Floquil Painting Miniatures book that also included the color chart.
Here is a hi-res scan for those interested...