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Incredibly Detailed Wood Models of Science Fiction Ships

Martin Creaney made his enormous and enormously detailed model of the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars out of 3,000 pieces of wood and using more different types of wood than he can now remember. And that's just the beginning of what he can do . . . .

This is a YF-19 Veritech fighter from Robotech (or Macross at this point in the series). That's a mecha that transforms into 3 different modes. This model won't do that, but Creaney did give it articulated joints.

And here's a an elegant X-wing fighter from Star Wars. You can see more photos of Creaney's work at his Facebook page and this YouTube video.

-via Geek Tyrant


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Alas, my poor computer geek hands do not have any dexterity outside of a keyboard. I can't imagine building beautiful things like those wood models. BTW, that Valkyrie fighter is in GerWalk mode.
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Hell! I built the Sailing Ship Constitution in 1980 from scratch with No computer just the picture from a ship book. It was 5 feet long 7 feet high, 3 Masts carved from tree branches by hand, 38 miniture guns 3 inches long, you get the Picture? I sold it for $10,000.00 and it took 4 years to do. Building out of wood is fun,
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