Issue 12 parts are lower hull parts.
The starship fact file continues with the various YT1300 incarnations with the mixed cargo and passenger layout.
The secrets of space flight details the use of roll, pitch and yaw and has some nice graphics to explain.
Coruscant is the destination in this week’s guide to the galaxy.
I must confess that i am continually impressed with the amount of research that DeAgostini have gone through in compiling the magazines and see sources from the original blueprints, West End Games, DK books and the recent Millennium Falcon owners guides and technical handbooks.
I’m also very pleased to see that they’re not straying too far from the Millennium Falcon in their articles and try to include her as much as possible.
This Millennium Falcon Pencil case is very nice and was on Ebay for $9.95 plus postage.
I love the way the leather(?) has been worked to continue the blueprint motif of the case.
I’ve just seen this Millennium Falcon print by Native American Indian artist Jeffrey Veregge. Very stylish but I’m not sure if it’s still available. I have sent the artist an email to see if I could grab one, but I’m not sure if I’ll get an answer.
It reminds me a lot of Scott Erickson’s “Great Sun Bear”‘ but I’m not sure which one was released first.
This amazing 38″ model of the Episode IV version of the Millennium Falcon is by modeller Bernard Szukiel and it came to my attention this afternoon. It’s taken him four years to build and what’s amazing is that it’s made out of paper.
Well, it’s 99 percent paper as it also has LED lighting in the mandibles, cockpit and gun wells. The model itself is 38″ long.
Here are some close up shots.
The Gun station and guns;