You don't even need to do that a lot of the time. The two big starter ships will fit without any modification, and the smaller ones I just increased the size of the hole slightly with a scalpel.Very easy, much easier than mounting the DA ships on Titanium stands, actually. The SSBs are 100% plastic so they're very light and easy to work with: the stands will usually wiggle off with a little bit of effort, they're very lightly glued on. 5 minutes with a Dremel to drill a hole and clean up the ship's belly and you're done.
That's true, it just depends on which ship you're talking about. Easy peasey, lemon squeezy either way.You don't even need to do that a lot of the time. The two big starter ships will fit without any modification, and the smaller ones I just increased the size of the hole slightly with a scalpel.
Hehe yeah, I'd hope that the main issue is that very few peeps have complete sets of both the DAs and the Titaniums.lol sorry mate, can't help you, I don't have any of those DA's. I just received my Wookiee catamaran a few days ago though, so that's good
Cheers, mate. If someone would post a comparison shot of the Landspeeders, it'd be finished!Nice dude. I can't believe you're almost done.
Once again, DD, going back over these great pictures, i am blown away. You did an amazing job!
May I ask a specific question, please? If you have it handy and it is no trouble, may I ask for length measurements on the AA-9 Starfreighter and the Hardcell, please?