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Leaving Mos Eisley - docking station

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1:144 YT-2400 (JPG Productions )1:144 U-Wing Fighter & TIE Striker (Bandai 0212184)
 

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16 | 18. June, 22:28
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JD
Woah! Count me in! :D
18. June, 23:04
Spanjaard
me too!!
18. June, 23:07
JD
Your scratch building is already kick-ass!
18. June, 23:10
Chaz Gordon
Nice, Hopefully we will be treated to a Razor Crest in the not too distant future. I have heard that the docking bay he lands at in the Mandalorian is the same one that the Falcon blasted its way out of.
18. June, 23:39
Christian Lehmann
Update: Two new pics added. Seperate from weathering the buildings are ready. The area below the streetwill be used to store the power supply of the starship and diorama illumination. A real problem seems to b to find propper figures in this scale. First idea was to use gauge N figures and modify them but they look very small. I ordered gauge TT figures now. Maybe I will use a mixture of them. It is science fiction .
25. June, 04:41
Torsten Wendt
I'll take a seat and watching 8)
25. June, 05:14
Konrad Limmer
Count me in here as well !
25. June, 05:32
Treehugger
Oooh, this looks interesting. :]
25. June, 10:33
Treehugger
What are the dimensions for this? Length and depth?
25. June, 10:33
Christian Lehmann
@ Treehugger: the outer dimension of the base frame is 335x220 mm
25. June, 14:12
Nathan Dempsey
Following :)
25. June, 15:18
Christian Lehmann
Slow progress. Some new pics added.
12. July, 17:45
Treehugger
Ooh, I've always wanted to make such a diorama. I might want to copy this some time later. :] I got all kinds of led's and stuff for some other project (1:350 Enterprise NC1701A refit). Somehow I would ideally want to avoid relying on using styrene, which seems both expensive and a little too tedious imo for such large things.
12. July, 17:47
Treehugger
What materials would you recommend using for building something like this?
12. July, 17:48
Christian Lehmann
I used high density styrol. I made templates of plywood for the circle shaped parts. I bought a hot wire cutter to cut it.
12. July, 18:01
Chris P
Looks amazing, I`m curious how it turns out!
15. July, 08:54
Christian Lehmann
Some pics of the actual status added. I stopped the diorama part now in order to start with the space ship. Besides this I will continue to cast, scratch build and paint some dio equipment like vaporators, droids or boxes and crates which is a very time consuming process.
3. August, 21:45
Greg Baker
Fantastic work. Sign me up!
3. August, 22:42
Mike Szwarc
Good-looking build!!
3. August, 23:45
Torsten Wendt
8) work, stay on target
4. August, 04:13
Chaz Gordon
I'd say the mystery device is probably a Binary Load Lifter, a lot Like Binary Moisture Vaporators in many ways.
4. August, 08:26
Treehugger
Such fun to see. :] I wonder what the surface texture is like in the movies. I haven't checked.
4. August, 11:05
Christian Lehmann
Thank you all for your comments.
4. August, 20:28
Christian Lehmann
@ Treehugger: I don´t know if it is like in he movies. I did it my way and I am satisfied with the result.
4. August, 20:29
Christian Lehmann
Started to build the space ship and modified some figures. New pics uploadeds
25. September, 21:01
Spanjaard
did you print the stormtroopper yourself, or got it from somewhere? looks really good
25. September, 21:30
Christian Lehmann
I bought them at shapeways.
25. September, 21:40
Christian Bruer
Wow Christian, that comes out stunning so far. I much admire all the nice details you created in that scale. VEry very nicely done. I am looking forward to the next steps :)
Cheers, Christian
26. September, 07:29
Torsten Wendt
Top work 8)
26. September, 08:12

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