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Just finished this Bandai box scale Millennium Falcon from Empire Strikes Back for the Film, Fiction and Speculative GB here. Short wee build thread for this very wee kit is here but to recap: Kit: Bandai 1/350 Millennium Falcon 015 Build: Out of the box! Paints: Black Acrylic primer, Revell Aqua colours with airbrush. Klear, Flory Models wash Extras: None Not my best (tried the pre-shading thingy but not great) and the wash didn't work out underneath - don't think the Klear coat had fully cured. But really loved the details in such a tiny kit and can't wait to build the 1/144 version soon. She may not look like much...but she's got it where it counts Bandai Millennium Falcon_015_Done.6 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Bandai Millennium Falcon_1_015_Done.4 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Bandai Millennium Falcon_015_Done.2 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Bandai Millennium Falcon_015_Done.14 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Bandai Millennium Falcon_015_Done.3 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Bandai Millennium Falcon_015_Done.5 by Dermot Moriarty, on Flickr Thanks for looking and happy modelling. All the best, Dermot
Here's one I built some years ago, but I don't think I ever got around to posting pictures for some reason. I had this Airfix E type in the stash but wasn't too impressed with it. Then I got to thinking. Luke Skywalker had this beat up old speeder. So what did the rich kid two moisture farms over have? In the first and second picture I used paper to hide the support frame. I obviously forgot for the others. The figure is Susie. She was in a hot rod kit I built in the seventies. Obviously the E type is backwards. The engines are built from bits. The exhausts are metal rollers from a VHS cassette. Other add ons and decals from the spares box. Yes, the paint is rough, but I think it sort of works with the backwater planet look. All comments are, as always, welcome. Pete