DeAgostini Millennium Falcon Full Cutaway Build

Searun

Active Member
Millenniumf,
I stumbled across your outstanding falcon interior art. Pulled me in. Went back to your original posting of over a year ago. Noticed your very specific introductory write-up. Thought I could scratch build. Therefore, the only thing I am qualified to point out is that you certainly “planned your work & then worked your plan.”

The other thing I find outstanding on this site from the veterans who spent years on the MF is that, unlike many in big business management, they know that “you can have a Plan without a schedule, but you can not have a Schedule without a plan.” Sorry for slipping into philosophy.
 

Katuna

Member
Missed out on the recent(ish) updates. Blown away by your concept art. Spot on! Any chance you have a Floor Plan drawing to gauge exactly where the drawings fit?
 

Millenniumf

Well-Known Member
Missed out on the recent(ish) updates. Blown away by your concept art. Spot on! Any chance you have a Floor Plan drawing to gauge exactly where the drawings fit?
Thank you so much!

Yup! It's the official one from Solo: A Star Wars Story. I love the fact that they made the ship have a dedicated engine room and that the engines are beefy, muscle car units which actually look like the ship has some power instead of the wimpy strip of engine mechanics from previous floorplans:

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This.
is.
awesome.

If Disney needs modelers for upcoming Solo films, they should be calling you!

Gosh, thank you! I'd be honored if they did, heh! But I'd settle for a mention somewhere on a Disney blog or something. :)
 

Millenniumf

Well-Known Member
Just so people don't think I've abandoned this project, I'm actually working on some other things at the moment that require my attention, including a couple of commissions. But I'll be getting back to this one after they're all done.
 

Millenniumf

Well-Known Member
Minor update, but the new job I got has produced some really good materials specifically for this Falcon project. Specifically, tiny little braided steel cables! These I cut off from the main assembly and would throw away, but they look perfect for fuel lines! I went to the hobby store today and got some small scale connectors that will fit them and when I get back to the build I'll be making the fuel manifold.
 

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