DeAGOSTINI Millennum Falcon By Leyrich

gedmac66

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leyrich , mate you really make me smile ! Not only is your work fantastic , but , you also have a wicked sense of humour....thank you . Rats , yeah checked them out , but I'm getting enough headaches with what I'm attempting with this build so far , that sculpting figures ala leyrich here has done brilliantly , is just gonna drive me ' certifiable ' .
Cheers Ged
 
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gedmac66

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Terrific update mate . Just really noticed the dejarik table . Is that the supplied deago piece or from somewhere else ? . Either way , it's beautifully finished . Especially love the ' chrome ' top . Care to share the ' how to ' for achieving that ? .
Cheers Ged :thumbsup
 

leyrich

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Terrific update mate . Just really noticed the dejarik table . Is that the supplied deago piece or from somewhere else ? . Either way , it's beautifully finished . Especially love the ' chrome ' top . Care to share the ' how to ' for achieving that ? .
Cheers Ged :thumbsup
Hi Ged yes that is dejarik table that came with the kit how I got it to look lick that I use a drill and a bit that fit the hole and sand paper on the top then spray it with crystal clear
and yes I have a wicked sense of humour and thank you.

Lance
 
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gedmac66

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G'day leyrich , hoping you and yours are well ,

I was just going through your thread again yesterday and found things that I didn't even notice first time around .
For example in # 79 - the ' silver disjointed ' piping near the bunk bed and the curving pipe above the bench seat . Then in #82 , looking into the ( large rounded ) corridor - you've added (?) the missing upper cushion and exposed ' wiring ' sections where deago just supplied the cutout wall ! .... simply brilliant !!!.

So , I guess you're really representing the falcons' hold as seen in ESB . I'm trying to but also winging it :facepalm . You're doing a terrific job and thanks for sharing . Looking forward to more updates :p .

Cheers Ged :thumbsup
 

leyrich

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I am saving up some cash as soon as i can i will get back to work on it so see you all soon :D
 

leyrich

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things are finely getting beater here at the home front and in a week or so I will be getting back to it so keep an eye out for now post :D
 

leyrich

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Ok I got all the parts to gather cense it ben sitting in a box for a year some of the led's went bad on the light strip so I got to fix's that . where to start :unsure:lol
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leyrich

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A test fit of the side wall to see what nee to be fix it look like I nee to trim some of the parts to fit right
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leyrich

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Let there be light
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This run the bored a Uv power adapter the power spied by a 12V that run the mean hall and the engine light
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gedmac66

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G’day Lance ,
Glad to see you posting terrific updates on your build again.
The engine lighting is fantastically bright just like in the films (y) !
Did you use the supplied stock LEDs or come up with your own ?
Asking cause the ones I received (stock) had faulty LEDs on both strips , so I’ll be using my own single strip/s of cool white instead. Hope I’ve got the types that’ll give off a similar ‘ brightness ‘ effect !

;)Ged
 

leyrich

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G’day Lance ,
Glad to see you posting terrific updates on your build again.
The engine lighting is fantastically bright just like in the films (y) !
Did you use the supplied stock LEDs or come up with your own ?
Asking cause the ones I received (stock) had faulty LEDs on both strips , so I’ll be using my own single strip/s of cool white instead. Hope I’ve got the types that’ll give off a similar ‘ brightness ‘ effect !

;)Ged
Hi ged I use a LED light strip that I bot from Walmart in there automotive deportment it is a 12V strip so it well not work with the stock bored in less you do what I did .
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