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no-wan
11-08-2003, 05:14 PM
Here ya Go AC!! You said you would like to see what my version of a Deathstar Hall would look like and....

The First Scenes are up !! I added a little Smoke to some of them, but it appears to do it right you need to Plumb for smoke during construction to get the desired effect !! :rolleyes:

Go Here and ENJOY !!!! (http://www.thejawa.com/customs/rodger/dsh/scenes1-2.php)


BTW: A "How Too" Page will be coming soon so you can see how it was Built...Stay Tuned !!!! :D

stillakid
11-08-2003, 11:51 PM
That is freakin' awesome! Can't wait for the How-To. Now I want one.

Don't forget to tell us how you kept the figures standing, even in mid-run.

arctangent
11-14-2003, 09:00 AM
hurry up with that how-to pease. i want to see how you made that - it is fantastic. great photos too.

Kidhuman
11-14-2003, 09:11 PM
That is awesome. Great Job.

dr_evazan22
11-14-2003, 09:50 PM
Ditto what they all said, it looks fantastic! The photo's are cool, I like the way you "acted" out the scene... Smoke effect looks good too.

Looks like you do quite a bit of carpentry there, with all the tools and clamps on the wall behind.

bobafrett
11-15-2003, 01:37 AM
I normally don't check out the customizing/diorama section, since I just simply don't have the space to work on projects, let alone the creative talent. I did see the title Deathstar half shelf, and it peeked my curiosity. No-Wan, that is awesome, I may have to stop in this section more often! Looks great!

ACPin
11-15-2003, 10:19 PM
Here ya Go AC!! You said you would like to see what my version of a Deathstar Hall would look like and....

The First Scenes are up !! I added a little Smoke to some of them, but it appears to do it right you need to Plumb for smoke during construction to get the desired effect !! :rolleyes:

Go Here and ENJOY !!!! (http://www.thejawa.com/customs/rodger/dsh/scenes1-2.php)


BTW: A "How Too" Page will be coming soon so you can see how it was Built...Stay Tuned !!!! :D
Good one! Minor issue with the panel lighting as they look too big than the actual movie scene. But that's just me. It's also very difficult to control the smoke from the fog machine as I've tried it as well in a couple of my previous works.

AC

stillakid
11-16-2003, 01:55 PM
Good one! Minor issue with the panel lighting as they look too big than the actual movie scene. But that's just me. It's also very difficult to control the smoke from the fog machine as I've tried it as well in a couple of my previous works.

AC

The best way to use smoke is to keep your room warm to hot. Smoke dissipates quickly in cool areas. And you have to fill the room entirely with smoke. It doesn't need to be heavy, but as you've noticed, you can't just localize it. So blast enough out of your fog machine to fill the room, then wait a few minutes until it has dissipated out to the desired level. Perfect atmosphere, everytime! :)

Turbowars
11-16-2003, 02:59 PM
Very nice. It should be easy to make with foamcore, but the use of wood is very nice. It would look great sitting on my shelf, If I had room! Come on, where's the how to???:)

Hellboy
11-17-2003, 07:41 PM
Very nice work no-wan. I really like the shots of Han running through the closing blast doors.

no-wan
11-22-2003, 12:27 AM
Sorry So Late on the Comeback !! (I get lost sometimes) :rolleyes:

The pic page is up with a link to the "How To" at the bottom !!!

Thanks for all the Positive comments and suggestions !!! ;)

Deathstar Shelf Here (http://www.thejawa.com/customs/rodger/dsh/dsh.php)

My Personal Gallery Here (http://www.thejawa.com/customs/rodger/rodger.php)

Turbowars
11-22-2003, 12:43 PM
Sorry So Late on the Comeback !! (I get lost sometimes) :rolleyes:

The pic page is up with a link to the "How To" at the bottom !!!

Thanks for all the Positive comments and suggestions !!! ;)

Deathstar Shelf Here (http://www.thejawa.com/customs/rodger/dsh/dsh.php)

My Personal Gallery Here (http://www.thejawa.com/customs/rodger/rodger.php)Very nice craftsmanship. I like your Workshop, I'm a carpenter myself. I have some of the the bigger shop tools, but not the nice set up you have. :)

stillakid
11-22-2003, 12:45 PM
I think you've got the makin's for a business opportunity here. I'd willingly shell out some dough for several of your creations. :greedy:

bobafrett
11-22-2003, 04:08 PM
Those are some very quality pieces of work there! Very clean presentation!

Kidhuman
11-22-2003, 05:29 PM
Dude, you do some great work. I wish I had the patience you have to do that. Also with two kids and 4 pets, it would be a disaster in the making.

Turbowars
11-22-2003, 05:36 PM
Dude, you do some great work. I wish I had the patience you have to do that. Also with two kids and 4 pets, it would be a disaster in the making.Oh come on, it's easy to rip some wood on a 10" table saw and hold a baby while your dogs run around under your feet.:D