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This is my very own Mini-Scale Millennium Falcon (with display stand) built of LEGO bricks: And yes, detailed step-by-step Building Instructions are available --> Instructions for the Millennium Falcon Recently I've been very much enjoying designing in mini-scale, and I'm pretty proud on this Millennium Falcon design. The Falcon is sized to an official LEGO® nano-scale minifig. I tried to get as much details into the tiny space as possible, which was quiet challenging, especially the recreation of the curved top panels. I designed additional Landing Gear and a removable Landing Ramp to display the Falcon on it's own. To display the Falcon, I built an additional all-black stand to securely display the Falcon in an angled position, featuring the Rebel Alliance emblem and my own logo. Features: angled top panels with color and piping details, sensor dish on top, as well as two rotatable heavy quad laser turrets on top and bottom, and on top of all it's a very solid build ! What do you guys think of this build ?
BrickTechnique posted a topic in Brick Flicks & ComicsHi, Here is my new LEGO set video – 75193 LEGO Star Wars - Millennium Falcon Microfighter. I used new stop motion animation technique for my LEGO video – super smooth stop motion. Hope you like it. Would be good to hear a feedback.
Hi, today I'm going to review the most famous piece of 'junk' in the galaxy far far away, The Millennium Falcon! This is actually a series one micro fighter version of Millennium Falcon. Introduction There are quite a number of Millennium Falcon released by LEGO in various sizes throughout the years. I've compiled the list of LEGO Millennium Falcons via Google and I found 10 different model here. 7190 Millennium Falcon (2000) 4488 Mini Millennium Falcon (2003) 4504 Millennium Falcon (2004) 10179 Ultimate Collector's Millennium Falcon (2007, UCS) 7778 Midi-scale Millennium Falcon (2009, mid-scale) 7965 Millennium Falcon (2011) 7958 Star Wars Advent Calendar (Along with other vehicles) 75030 Millennium Falcon (2014, Microfighters) 75105 Millennium Falcon (2015) 75192 Millennium Falcon (2017, UCS) However today, let's focus on the micro fighter version. Overview Name: 75030 Millennium Falcon Theme: Star Wars Subtheme: Micro Fighters Year: 2014 Pieces: 94 Minifigures: Han Solo Price: £8.99 / $9.99 / 9.99€ / RM49.90 Resources: Brickset The Box The front of the box features the Millennium Falcon flying through the galaxy with a Death Star image at the bottom right corner of the box. At the back you can see the flick cannon function and all six models of series one micro fighters. The only minifigure in this set gets featured as the 1:1 picture at the side of the box. The box is quite small, but they are quite nice if you put all six boxes together. The Instruction Manual The booklet is quite thin staplered together. I like the light weighed book as it was easy to flip through. The booklet is folded in half to fit in the small square box. After all, it stays quite well while building if you fold the booklet like this. The Build Wow, in a small model I'm surprised that it took the shape of the base of the ship in just a few steps building. The half round rear and both the forward mandible has already taking shape in this picture. I really love the color scheme used here. The combination of trans red, trans blue and dark red mixed well with the greys of the whole ship. It's quite amazing that the designers actually put a little bit of effort for the interiors of the ship. Despite being showed outside, these areas won't be appreciated after the completed build as they can't be opened. So let us put some imagination here. The trans red cones at the centre of the ship might have been the game room and the light saber practice chamber for Luke. The modified 1x1 bricks at the side added some rod like structure as details at both side of the ship. The interiors are then closed by these quarter circle plates. Then a seat for Han is installed behind the base of the cockpit. Both the forward mandible was strenghtened by the 1x3 with one side slope. Then the whole ship was covered by this 6x6 round plate which added some layering details to the ship. A 2x2 round tile was placed at the side as the escape pods. In larger Millennium Falcon, there should be two escape pods at both side of the ship but in this small model, there is insufficient space to put the other one. The top view of the partially finished build. Its quite dull with only grey color present here so the last few steps are to add details on this grey canvas. These are the 'legs' of the ship which used 2x2 plates and 2x2 round tiles. I liked the sphere looking landing pads here. The buldging of the round tiles added some height to the model and it surprised me that the bottom of this model looks good too! (Even with all those anti studs here). This printed part is representing the cockpit of the ship. Its not exclusive to the set but it only appeared in three sets including this one and one SDCC set. So its quite valuable, don't lose it! Haha.. Quad laser cannons are the only play feature here whereby you install these two flick cannons at the top of the Millennium Falcon. So now the canvas is painted with these 1x1 wonderful tiles. The sensor dish is presented with this round dish attached to a T shaped rod, so miniature and brilliant choice of bricks to be used here. The two dark red tiles really added much detail and color to the grey here. Tadaaa!!! This is the completed build of the model. The flick cannons, sensor dish and the cockpit installed! Look at the windshield, its so small to even cover the hand of the pilot, lol. You can view this model at every angle of this Millennium Falcon in this picture. The color scheme is really very eye catching especially if you are a Star Wars fan. The Minifigure Han Solo in the black vest is the only minifigure in this set. He came with a small blaster and the iconic outfit and dark blue jeans with belt. He is not exclusive to this set where he appeared in 75052 Mos Eisley Cantina too. This is the Han that appeared in episode four where he bragged about his beloved Millennium Falcon in Mos Eisley Cantina. He has angry face as the alternate facial expression of this minifigure. The back of the torso is also very nicely printed. Conclusion I love this very cute build of the Millennium Falcon in this set! Small but packed with so much details is definitely a very worthy ship to own! Review Summary Playability: 5/10 - Flick cannons are easy to lose if you really play with it, lol. Design / Building Experience: 9/10 - Very nice building techniques and amazingly detailed exterior and interiors with only small bricks and tiles. Minifigures: 8/10 - Han Solo is the owner of this ship, so he is very suitable to be in the set. The prints are very similar to the outfit in the movie too. Overall: 9/10 - Its a must buy but too bad its retired. With the latest 75192 UCS Millennium Falcon coming, this set would be a very cute companion to be displayed alongside with the big ones. Nice gathering with the ship as background! Can it fly off and come back as the UCS version? Haha..
vseanv posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsA from the ground up build of the play scale Millennium Falcon pulling inspiration from 7965, 75105, Dario Del Frate and many other custom Falcon's online with interior. Including LDD File for your enjoyment. About a year ago I came across Dario Del Frate's beautiful mod of the 7965 Millennium Falcon and I immediately wanted to make my own. Unfortunately at the time he had not put up any instructions on how to build his and I am not the greatest at reverse engineering so I decided to start from scratch. Pulling from the original 7965, Dario's Falcon and various other custom falcons and sources/blue prints online to come up with what I have to show today, with a few little mods/design upgrades that pulled from the new 75105 Millennium Falcon for the Force Awakens. I also added both satellite dishes for your preference. So this is what I have currently, solely built inside LDD and unfortunately I don't have the cash at the moment to start ordering the pieces and building it. Also I'd love to see if it can be improved upon before I do decide to pull the trigger on building it so I give this to the world and all you great Lego designers in hopes that you would like to improve on it and/or build your own if you have the pieces to build it in real life and let me know how it holds up. Mostly I'm just happy to see what releasing it out into the wild brings back until I can build it myself. Linked (at the bottom) is the Moc Pages Site where you can see more images and download the LDD .lxf file that you can use however you wish.. mod it, fix it, change it, totally rebuild it. I would love to see what you do with it. Cheers all, enjoy! Happy New Year!! MOC PAGES LINK FOR MORE PICTURES AND LDD FILE: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/423507 IMGUR Album: http://imgur.com/gallery/25EPG Check out Dario's Falcon that sparked the beginning of this project here: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/390350