• I spy with my lil' eye, a Tie-Pilot. - ₮J
  • Sorry to disappoint it's just some grey greebles.
  • Oh, it looked like a pilot for a minute there with a stick. :p - ₮J

"You do have your moments."

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The Millennium Falcon escapes the Imperial Fleet by hiding in the refuse dumped by the Star Destroyer Avenger before she went to light speed,not knowing that Slave 1 is also in hidding in the debris.
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MinifigGuy, M<0><0>DSWIM, and 51 other people added this photo to their favorites.

  1. Thestreetsweeper 32 months ago | reply

    cool! Could you post a bigger pic of your profile pic up? I have one exactly like it!

  2. M<0><0>DSWIM 32 months ago | reply

    "Not many of them, but you DO have them." Very cool and accurate to the scene. Love how you built the floating garbage.

  3. Blockaderunner 32 months ago | reply

    Sorry dude that's the biggest photo i have, it was taken on a phone cam years ago !

  4. Blockaderunner 32 months ago | reply

    Spot on! Can't tell you how much fun it was making the garbage....pain in the arse to shoot though.... :)

  5. egerbver 32 months ago | reply

    This is great! The garbage is awesome, as is the falcon in the background. Well done.

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  6. A. Stormtrooper 32 months ago | reply

    Great shot kid, that was one in a million!

  7. Leia's buns 32 months ago | reply

    Wow. Awesome!

  8. Pedro Vezini 32 months ago | reply

    Awesome pic dude! Keep it that way!

  9. Walter Benson 32 months ago | reply

    Just found your photostream and I have to say I love it! You're able to interpret the atmospheres reminiscent of the film(s) into these photos. I'll be looking forward to seeing more photos from you in the future. :)

  10. Blockaderunner 31 months ago | reply

    Thanks,glad you enjoyed them....

  11. Shobrick 31 months ago | reply

    Holy, that's huge ! That should be explored ! You must have used a big print right ?

  12. Blockaderunner 31 months ago | reply

    No, just the usual two bits of A1 card with holes punched in them with pins and nails !

  13. Shobrick 31 months ago | reply

    Oh I didn't know that that's clever, at list you must have used a lot of strings right ? So you do light behind the A1 cards, how do you flood it so much I mean the light is so homogeneous....

  14. Blockaderunner 31 months ago | reply

    It's a 650w fresnel on full flood about 4' from the card it should be further but it's already in the hallway so i'm kind of limited on its spread.
    I used wooden bbq skewers for the models, it's easier than string and less hassle....

  15. storm TK431 30 months ago | reply

    Wow, this is amazing!

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