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"What a piece of junk!?

She my not look like much, but she`s got it where it counts, kid!!"

Millennium Falcon, Revell Easykit Pocket, scale 1:241.

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I've seen these for sale. Was it easy to build / paint? Could you post a short review? Thanks.

PS - it certainly looks well done. :goodjob:

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I suspect you'd get a wee bit of weathering upon entering and leaving any planet's atmosphere. Nice model - I can almost hear Chewie in the background!

Regards,

Jason

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Who needs to spend a fortune of the Finemolds kit when you have shown how good the Revell kit can be made to look. Excellent.

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What causes "weathering" in space?

Meteorite rain and space dust and artistic licence ;):)

Thanks to all, I am glad You like it!!

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I've seen these for sale. Was it easy to build / paint? Could you post a short review? Thanks.

Thank You. This is fun and very easy kit to build and paint, no problems at all.

I do not have a work in progress photos, sorry.

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What causes "weathering" in space?

Micrometeoroid abrasion, especially if you are trying to make the Kessel run in 12 parsecs.

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What causes "weathering" in space?

Space dust, micro-meteors, solar rays, solar wind, all wavelengths of sunlight, heat, cold, oh and of course, entering re-entering atmospheres and flying through air.

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Micrometeoroid abrasion, especially if you are trying to make the Kessel run in 12 parsecs.

I did the Kessel run in 250,000 kilometres, while wearing no pyjamas..

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absolutely brilliant model - superb paint job. I've just gotten myself the 1/72 Finemolds Falcon and don't know for sure that I will produce a work of art like this little Falcon

 

very nice work there fellow modeller..

 

John :D

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