It’s time to build the full-color prototype and begin the illustrated instructions. Some graphics may change before the final release, but, overall, the prototype is pretty close.
Questions? Ask them in the comments, and I’ll try to answer them either in a future video or in the comments below.
Daveland reference photos:
In this video, the unfolded parts are ready to be exported to vector shapes, adjusted for size, and edited for fold lines, cut lines, and tabs.
Paper doll designer Cory Jensen has a beautiful tribute to the Disney artist in the form of . . . paper dolls (duh!). What makes these special is that they are all representations of character sketches by Marc Davis.
I had been designing paper models for others for so many years. Now, I wanted to start working on models strictly for my own pleasure and relaxation; I wanted a hobby to call my own. I didn’t want to design anything; I wanted to be the end user for a change and just enjoy the assembly process.
This is it; this is the last box of the Build the Millennium Falcon subscription . . . kind of.
The side panels and airlocks all go in, and the Millennium Falcon looks nearly complete. Oddly, this month wasn’t too big of a build; the painting took longer to complete.
This is BIG; the mandibles are installed, the two halves of the Millennium Falcon are joined together, and all of the electronics are plugged in!
Oh, what an awesome find! I was nosing around on the internet one day, and I came across Bandai’s Castle Craft Collection.
Our Star Wars Week celebration ends with this last collection of crafts.
Our Star Wars Week celebration is coming to a close. Let’s build your fleet up a bit more with some larger ships.