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    Red face Millennium falcon

    still a lot of work.
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    You've already got a very nice sense of scale there, keep going!
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    Yep, you've got the basic shape there alright.

    Having already modelled this in LW I know how much work awaits you, but it's all good - keep going

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    OMG!! I would never have the patience for all that detail!

    Looking awesome mate!!

    I also built a MF for my first LW project and it looked nothing like that ..

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    Looking good so far!
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    a little more update

    I'm working 3 hours every night this project (that is my bigest project by the way) . I'hope I will finish this ship as soon as possible
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    Hang on a minute!

    Are you going for the 'blockade runner' polygon record?!?!

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    Definately on-course for this being a thing of genuine beauty.

    Hang in there, feller.
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    I was going to ask you if you needed any references, but it doesn't look like it.

    If you do I have about 180 reference images (10.6MB)
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    Unhappy another update

    I was inspired from the detail of the "Blockade Runner" - thats why I decid to build the falcon but the model is going to be very "hevy" and the work goes very slow. I'm not sure that i will be able to finish this ship


    Treybor - please send the reference to : [email protected]
    thanks to all
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    Last edited by phill; 11-18-2007 at 06:10 AM.
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    just a few questions from kitbasher to kitbasher: (because I do something similiar at the moment

    do you have started with a part list and model them as a seperate object?
    or do you simply start and model through ?

    keep on posting your progress...it looks awesome.

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    I simply model through . First are the simple parts then the complicated one
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    The ref files are enroute to you via e-mail.
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    That bit on the portside prong root, where you ramp down from a curved-edge square-shape to a ribbed tube? With the sort of reinforcement-thingies?

    I love that, with my deepest heart. That really looks like proper engineering that does. I love all of it, but that's my favourite bit.
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    I like this bit. Clearly the transmission from a model car kit. Seen a few of them in my day. I love the way they cannibalized model kits for the ships in the earlier films. The model looks great!
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