No as its a copy of the MR version, but, a big but you can make it accurate. That's what Im doing. The MR is very nice for a finished model. In fact it's really nice. The Deago requires a lot of work to make it better than the MR.Is the deago significantly more accurate than the MR?
Hasn't diminished my desire for mine and I'm looking at it right now. One of the best purchases I ever made. That said I think any well finished studio scale model of the Falcon is likely to have that wow factor because it'll always involve having a massive model of a cool spaceship.Now that the DeAgostini is finished, has it diminished people's desire for the MR Falcon at all?
1) It's a combination of a pot metal frame with plastic panels.Guys, this Falcon just got released in my home country, so two questions for the experts:
1) What material is it made from? Is it a beautiful and sturdy build?
2) Does this thing have interiors?
Well seeing as they used the MR Falcon as a template and then used Steve Dymszo's scans to identify a bunch of parts that fell off the original, it's got alot of parts that the MR doesn't have (eg: The laser cannon plate that fell off the original model). There are a bunch of little parts that DeAgo is also going to send to all subscribers (eventually I hope) that should have been included with the kit. But personally, depending on your kit building experience, yes, the DeAgo is more accurate (partswise) to the original prop then the MR. But you will have to paint it to get it to look proper.Is the deago significantly more accurate than the MR?