DeAGOSTINI Millennum Falcon By Leyrich

leyrich

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I mite add the new bunk that was send in TFAsnow_5ffc7.jpgMillennium-Falcon-Interior-1.pngMillennium-Falcon-Interior-2.png

so what do you all thank shed I do it.:D
 
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bwize

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That's looking great. I wanna grab me a set of those Paragrafix hold and floor panels, just haven't pulled the trigger. So nice seeing these in progress, thx. As for the new bunk debut in TFA, I say go for it. ROTJ had planned for a similar room addition so it wouldn't be too out of place for an TESB Falcon model, IMHO.
 

bwize

Sr Member
Is the door to the circuitry door a reuse of the deago stock cockpit door? If so, it looks brilliant. I never thought of using that as I have Tony's shapeways cockpits parts including back wall. I spent the afternoon making a custom padding door frame for my hold, lol.
 

leyrich

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Is the door to the circuitry door a reuse of the deago stock cockpit door? If so, it looks brilliant. I never thought of using that as I have Tony's shapeways cockpits parts including back wall. I spent the afternoon making a custom padding door frame for my hold, lol.
The door is the deago the Para Grafix come whit one.
 

bwize

Sr Member
OH, ok. Cool. It looks great. Can't wait to see what you do with the side room with the bunk and all.
 

leyrich

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More fixes. the shield was funny to me so I fix it DSC00723.JPGDSC00735.JPG and these as well DSC00731.JPG937.JPG938.JPG I will fixes the head light as soon as my car kits come in.
 
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gedmac66

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G'day leyrich , some very nice work you've got going there . Just wondering re; your scratch building of certain parts , what material/s are you using ? Is it just putty , styrene products etc ? . Any insight appreciated cause I'm doing a lot of scratch-building myself ( can't afford too many after market products ) . Thanks for sharing and please keep posting .
Ged .
 
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