Erh, do I see a certain crush on Fennec???
I don't have room for all of the Palace, So I may sell off the other parts - nice as It is, I just wanted somewhere for Shand to sit...Hey, you have the palace, too! This was THE highlight for me last year. When I opened the box I felt like Xmas, Easter and birthday happened simultaneously. I can't remember when something blew me away like this one did. It almost brought me to tears and made me feel like a 6-year-old again, yaknow, then, when I saw the truckloads of Jabbas and X-Wings at our local Woolworth. They got so much stuff that they had to put it on the floor. I was there almost every day to look at them. The figures were expensive here, 19.90 DM (10€) each for the regular ones and 9.90 DM (5€) for the half-sized ones like Wicket, Yoda and Jawa. You have to know that you got a full bucket of sweets for 1€ back then.
BTW, I love the Dalek droid! I'd love to know how you made it.
Well as you say, before the Juggernaght pilots came out I was going to adapt two AT-ST driversI have two Imperial Ground Crew figures which I intend to turn into Troop Transport pilots. The idea came to me before they made the Juggernaut pilots. I thought they might fit in there nicely because of their size and helmet. I may change the leg position and their colours to do the job.
Just chiming in to answer your doubt or question. An FYI. ....Those "Garage Models", and I don't know why they call them that, get really expensive, and incredibly erotic. There's a big market for them. The painting is the hard part. I've seen some that looked professional, and some that were ruined.
Thank!Oh, very nice! I have a lot of respect for people who make their own kits using molds, resin and fibre glass. There is a lot of painstaking work involved, similar to creating a new paper model from scratch. What scale is it?