I have the Roseart Pencil Sharperner and I’ve seen these scissors on ebay many times, but i’ve held back on buying them as i couldn’t make out the details and thought that people were listing them as Millennium Falcon scissors due to the shape of them. When i did see a photo good enough to show details, i couldn’t get them for a good price (for some reason, ebay listings for this were going for around $50.) This unopened Roseart “Fun Kit” cost me $10 plus shipping, so i’m quite pleased with myself.
I’ll keep looking for the scissors on their own.
I picked up this Souvenir “Mamesara” plate on Ebay.com. It’s from the 2015 Tokyo Star Wars Visions exhibition. It wasn’t cheap, but i figured that as a collectible souvenir it wouldn’t really be readily available in the future.
The plate itself measures 8.5 cms in diametre and comes with a certificate of authenticity and a nice little box. There’s one more available here.
These boxer briefs are made by Bioworld and they’re not cheap. Current ebay lists are for between 21$ and $28.
I must confess that this made me laugh when i saw them, but they do actually look pretty comfortable.
This diorama of the Millennium Falcon’s main hold has been seen at the Hong Kong Toy Fair next to their awesome 1:6 scale Millennium Falcon. There has been no announcement as to whether this will be made available to the public, but hopefully it’ll be another set similar to their cockpit.
That thing’s got to be about four feet square so be prepared for some big shipping charges.
No information yet regarding price or availability, but i’ll keep you posted.
Also from Jeremy Ennis is this Micro drawing of the Dejarik table. Again, at $50, this is a reasonable price.
I quite like the way he’s made the hologram figures translucent.
Jeremy Ennis has put these microart drawings of various cockpit views from the Star Wars series on his Etsy shop. These are very cool in my opinion.
They’re about $50 each, which is very good IMO. The Millennium Falcon sold quickly. :(
There are a few more up for grabs, including this awesome Slave 1;
X-Wing front view
X-Wing rear view
I must confess that i haven’t yet bought anything from Jeremy, but i will. I wonder what he’s going to draw next. Perhaps the view from the gunnary station.
Check out Jeremy’s shop on ETSY.