I need ideas and suggestions.

I expect you are aware of my continuing series of diorama based on the Star Wars series of films. So far I have completed 4 and have 1 in progress and another in theory. That means there are still several films I would like to cover!

A lot on my trouble is the lack of kits in 1:144 scale. I would rather not re-use kits again, but it look like I will have to. (Slave one and the Falcon do have slightly different variants….)

Anyway, if you have ideas for a scene from any of the series, please let me know! If you know of a kit that is available and can think of an iconic scene that it fits into, leave a comment and I’ll look into it!

You may have noticed I don’t do “screen accurate” as much as “inspired by” so feel free to re-work what actually happened to fit your inspiration!

Obviously I can’t commit to making all (or any!) suggestions, but it would really help me out to have some input!

One comment on “Help!

  1. How about the Minimum Falcon being blown up by Dark Vaders T. I. E fighter, or a Minimum Falcon crashed on Endor? Basically, blow the heck out of the Minimum Falcon. It could be a series! Plus, the Revell kits are cheap as chips and can be picked up for little more than a fiver on amazon.
    Or a dogfight between an X-Wing and a Star Destroyer (modified)? Or a wing of T. I. E. Fighters painted in Rebel colours going for the Dead Star being pursued by Imperial X-Wings? These are some ideas that I’d like to do once i get the chance. I’ve got a Minimum Falcon painted up for the Endor diorama. It’s the first model I tried weathering and got a bit carried away.
    Also, if you have a 3d printer, you could mash up the Minimum Falcon amd the Razor Crest and call it the Falcon Crest. Or how about Slave Leia strangling the original humanoid Jabba on his barge. Or I. G. 11 with a human hand having a lazer sword fight with Dark Vader.
    There are a couple of ideas to be getting on with. If you need any more, get in touch ‘coz I’m full of it.
    Seriously though, I love what you do and, equally importantly, how you do it. Keep up the good work. Cheers!

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