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Thread: Legacy Millennium Falcon repaint

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    Legacy Millennium Falcon repaint

    The crown jewel of my repaints is the Millennium Falcon.
    Hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
    It took me months to finish, but it was a lot of fun to do.
    You really get to know the vehicle if you go over it inch by inch.

    All of the photo links were dead (thanks facebook...) so I pluck them now from flickr. You can see all of my work at: https://www.flickr.com/photos/129686131@N05/albums


















    Last edited by Daigo_Bah; 05-23-2015 at 08:14 PM.
    Do or not do - there is no try.
    Here you can find ALL my Lord of the Rings customs: http://thefwoosh.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=92060

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    I'm speechless. Truly a work of art.

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    Wow!!!! I love this!!!! Looks like a movie prop...Looks like you'd get dirty just touching it. I love it.

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    Awesome repaint. Love it!
    Naughtiest lines in Star Wars:
    You came in that thing?! You're braver than I thought!
    Luke, at that speed will we be able to pull out in time?
    Back door huh? Good idea.

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    Awesome job! I wish I had 'the touch' for proper weathering.

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    I enjoy seeing the newer Hasbro toys repainted or modified. There's so much that can be done with them to make them look spectacular.

    Just to give you some background information on the Big Millennium Falcon the toy represents the smaller 32in Falcon built for The Empire Strikes Back. However, when designing the toy Hasbro appears to have used the excellent Fine Molds 1/72 Millennium Falcon model kit as the basis for their product as many of the details are the same. The toy itself is quite large.

    In fact it is ALMOST studio scale.

    The ESB Falcon was 32in and the Hasbro toy is 31in. Despite having oversized sidewalls, landing gear bays, guns and cockpit all these can be modified or replaced to create a very good replica of the 32in Falcon filming miniature. My project is on hold for the time being but there are other intrepid modelers who are actively modifying their own BMF into something a little more film accurate.

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    what a piece of junk!

    I love this repaint, wish I could do that to mine...

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    Thanks for the compliments!
    My daughters suggested, while I was working on it, to just role it through the mud to get the same effect.
    Silly how making it look scruffy takes so much effort!
    Do or not do - there is no try.
    Here you can find ALL my Lord of the Rings customs: http://thefwoosh.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=9&t=92060

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    This is simply amazing! Nice work!
    No Yuuzhan Vong in the Sequel Trilogy Please!

    The Doomsday Clock nears midnight on the Hasbro SW line...

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    Fantastic work and amazing detail. Nice job.

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