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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by berszu, Jan 11, 2015.
Well done, amazing model! When are Disney/Lucasfilm going to ask you to use it in the new movies?
This is MUSEUM QUALITY!!!
As Zathros said, you have just raised the bar on model building as a whole!!!
KUDOS TO YOU ON A FINE JOB WELL DONE!!!
@Rhaven Blaack ; Model of mention candidate?
@berszu CONGRATULATIONS, this model has just been made "MODEL of MERIT"!
You have deserved it!!!
That's the right decision! I have NEVER EVER SEEN such an incredible Falcon before!!!
BTW, I already posted your build a few days ago here. Magnificent word and THANK YOU VERY MUCH for joining this forum!
congratulations with this falcon...
I cant wait to see the at-at's
Model of for sure!! Put it up Rhaven, next time round!
This one's really, really, REALLY hard to top!
I totally agree, wonderful, unbelievable! WOW!
W-O-W amazing work that is the best millenium falcon ive ever seen
UNBELIIEVABLE! I thought it must be a plastic model. I can´t see any hint that is made of paper.
It is one of best models ever seen.
So many small details - wonderful!
(Are you sure that it is a paper model?)
this is truly a work of art!!!
A Bravo............It's not enough
Simply....I'm wordless !
Wow! And I'm not sure that begins to describe this.. Detail is superb, paint, and presentation all simply perfect...I can see why it took as long to build. It is ready for the film set! Great Job!
this is utterly awesome. What an achievement.
BTW - if anyone hasn't gone through and watched ALL of the Youtube videos slideshows of this build, particularly the later ones, then you have no real appreciation of just how good this model is. Hat's off to you Berszu, I am truly in awe.
Awesome, indeed. It's extraordinary projects like this that bring positive attention to the often neglected paper model segment of the modeling hobby. Bernard's Falcon has been getting a lot of deserved attention from mainstream web journalists and social media. Even one of my fav Silicon Valley folk, Bonnie Burton wrote it up for CNet (http://www.cnet.com/news/artist-makes-millennium-falcon-paper-model-that-looks-real-enough-to-fly/).
I don't think plastic could make a model this detailed. It is quite superb.
I am in awe of your accomplishment!