My Playset Nr. 4 - Jabbas Palace

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And here is the next one. Of course Jabbas throne room must not be missing.
This playset includes:

  • a sliding door to enter the throne room - after a short talk with the door guard droid.
  • A simple homemade tauntaun head trophy - that (I know) is placed on the wrong side of Han. While playing you have better access to freeze, unfreeze, freeze, unfreeze……..Han in and from carbonite.
  • A mysterious door that leads to any place you like or need for the next scene.
  • A background that can be turned around to simulate day and night in the throne room – I put in two different kinds of LED (white for the “moonlight” and a LED from a LED tealight for the flickering fire of the grill – that works really nice).
  • I think you all recognize the pattern I used for the rancor grid














 
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This one is really great. It has space for the main happenings in Jabba's Palace and is a perfect display piece for all those great Jabba's Palace aliens.
 
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Such beautiful work. Excellent design and execution. I like how you can have all the necessary elements to a Jabba's palace, and make it in a compact design that feels right.
 
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Nicely done! I wish the photos were larger so we could see more detail! :)
 
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Really digging your compact diorama playsets. They kind of remind me of the 1982 Kenner Micro Collection. Looking forward to whatever you cook up next. :)
 
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Beautiful! Great compact display, supercool tauntaun head sculpt as well!
 
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It's so original to have made all your mini dioramas. Your Jabba's Palace is great !
Everything is really thought and calculated. You have managed to arrange all the important elements in a fairly small space. I love originality of you concept and how you realized it.
 
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