Boba Fett

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by loenf, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. loenf

    loenf Member

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    Hi,
    this is the last papermodel I build in 2011. Its one of my favorite characters from star wars, the headhunter Boba Fett. Here are some pictures:

    regards Loenf

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  2. loenf

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    Boba Fett Diorama

    After finishing the model I thought, I should build a Diorama with Han Solo in carbonite. Now here is the diorama: Boba Fett watch over Han Solo at Jabbas palace. Han Solo is theft-proof :)

    regards Loenf

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  3. wedge

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    This is the real masterpiece !! Great work loenf :thumb:
  4. valmy33

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    Hi Loenf,

    Whatis the scale ?

    Gruss

    Valmy
  5. inky

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    Your the Master Loenf, you do amazing work.
  6. Danscrew

    Danscrew Danscrew

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    WOW.....That's an amazing paper model and a great diorama. It's like a plastic model !:eek:

    How much time to make the build ?

    Have a great life
    "So say we all"
  7. F131

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    Absolutely, badass!
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    Great job ! love the display with Solo in the back round "LOL' I"ll a big Fett fan myself.
    I made his blaster rife that all paper !
  9. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    Thats paper?! :eek:

    Fantastic work, mein freund! :thumb:
  10. Zathros

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    I don't think you can get this look in plastic. This is truly a great Artistic expression and whatever it is made of matters less than what it is, in my humble opinion. I love it!!:)
  11. loenf

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    Hi, its 260mm high. All my star wars figures (except the scouttrooper) are in the same scale.

    regards Loenf

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  12. dnalor

    dnalor Active Member

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    wauw that' s a nice Boba Fett..
    and with the diorama it even greater!!..
    2 thumbs up.

    In the last picture of your treasures there is a falcon..
    Could you make a big picture of that one?...i like the Falcon very much.:)
  13. Closet Astronaut

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    He has a thread in the diorama cat that has all his builds...(I believe it's in the diorama catogory), if not just search all threads under his name.
  14. loenf

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    Utini!

    Hi,
    last week I thought that my Boba Fett looks a little bit lonely in his Diorama. So I ask myself who else is hanging around in Jabba's palace. Then I found these fantastic brown paper napkin in the sideboard of our livingroom. Looks like the robe of a Jawa... So here is the result of some copper wire yellow LED's and paper napkin. It is all made of paper and scratchbuild. "Utiniii!"

    regards Loenf

    Jawa1.jpg Jawa2.jpg Jawa3.jpg Jawa4.jpg Jawa5.jpg Jawa6.jpg
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  15. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator Moderator

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    The Jawa looks AMAZING!!! You did a GREAT job with scratch building it.
    It nicely finishes the diorama.
  16. Millenniumfalsehood

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    It's amazing how junk can be transformed into art like this. Excellent work! The diorama is impressive as well. Where did you find a paper model of Han in Carbonite, though?
  17. loenf

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    Hi, the model is from Noturno Sukhoi. He designed a lot of Star Wars models. Here is the link:
    http://noturnosukhoi.blogspot.de/2011/10/star-warsboba-fett-and-solo-in.html

    regards Loenf
  18. Millenniumfalsehood

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    Thanks, man! :thumb:
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    No, no, that would be the Colonial Marines. :p

    @ Loenf- I love the Jawa! He looks like he is posing for a picture with the intimidating Boba Fett!
  20. DanBKing

    DanBKing Dan the Man

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    I believe, that when an artist builds a model, he envisions the model in a setting. It gives the model a 'purpose of existence' in the minds eye.

    And for that artist to convey, so effectively, that combination of vision and model, into a stunning diorama like this one, (and others by the same artist,) I will have to say Van Gogh had nothing on you!!

    A true artist sees things that others look through... Who would of thought a paper napkin could come to life as a Jawa, and compliment a masterpiece!!

    LOVE IT!!

    :thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb: