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I'm assuming your comment is not regarding whether the Pontoon bridge is behind there or not, but whether my orientation is correct. I've chosen intentionally (in this area) to go "off-script" and make it look "better" to my own aesthetic point of view, which is to match and make parallel the pontoon bridge background more like it is on the port/starboard inner sidewalls.
JCoffman. The small straight line next to the triple-Sealab vents is also a cheat/improvement on my part, again, according to my off-script interpretation of this area, and it is there to "fill out" the negative space of too much hull. The key tell that I am off-script is that my Sheridan hull is that it is "too tall" and takes up more north-to-south real estate than on the original prop. I've done this for a few reasons: 1.) I think it looks better, 2.) I want my inner jawbox greeblage to match my sidewall greeblage a little more closely, 3.) My sidewall height is being nudged "up" to accommodate full FalGal and Matilda plate height, rather than the "trimmed down" and "crappy-looking" (imho) existing plates on the original prop. As I stated in an earlier post, I want my ship, which is NOT moving at 24fps but is a static model, to not look like the "original" prop so much as I want it to look like an actual YT-1300 freighter. To my aesthetic eye, the original prop looks like just that: a filming prop that was rushed, over budget and behind deadline, and where those "tells" are on the original, it has been my intention all along to fix/repair/improve them.
You'll also notice other things, if you look closely: the left side Centurion hull section goes "all the way up" the left side whereas on the original it does not. The Payhauler yellow greeblie is out of location. The Tamiya Duster greeblie isn't in the lower right outside the Sheridan hull yet. And the pipes aren't on yet. Yes, yes, yes, and yes, I'm aware of each 1/10th of a millimeter of precisely what I'm doing and not doing, and I have to live with it. This, by the way, is my second Sheridan hull attempt, the first one being "not tall enough." I may actually do a third one to make it even better, but even so, the above "mistakes" will still be in there, and will still be my own. As you've no doubt discovered (or will, soon enough), there is no actual way to replicate the original, there is only a way to build "your Falcon" and so in my view, once you are liberated from the impossible task, you get on to the fun of building the space ship you've always wanted. I spent three years on the impossible task, and am now, finally, actually building.