MC75 Profundity

Got this beast in yesterday. It’s Admiral Raddus’ flagship, the MC75 Profundity, from the Fantasy Flight Armada line, and it is gorgeous. The detail is superb, and I love the layered details and panels. You can see the usual mustard tan panels, as well as a few light greyish-blue areas. There’s also a single olive green panel on top. The Fantasy Flight team really outdid themselves with this one.

Sadly, the stand is wobbly, tending to dip forward. Eventually, I’ll replace the stand, probably with an Action Fleet stand like I’ve done with several Armada ships.

On a side note, the Tantive IV from the Hallmark Imperial Star Destroyer ornament is nearly in scale. Check it out docked to the Profundity‘s bow.

A-wing size analysis

Not that it’s essential reading, but I just uploaded an article on the A-wing’s estimated size, which explains why I use 7 meters for scales instead of the REALLY large canon size. Now, it’s fine if you use 9.6 meters. The only time it looks off is when you put it in a diorama, particularly next to figures. Anyway, if you are curious about the A-wing’s contentious size, or where my crazy brain went lately, check it out.

Welcome BB-CH1EF

I recently completed a Bandai BB-8 with custom colors (inspired by the school I work at). I call him BB-CH1EF for my school’s mascot.

As for other updates, Hot Wheels scale lists have The Last Jedi vehicles.

I wrote a short article on the Y-wing’s size.

And there’s a new photo at the bottom of the Scale Lists page on how to read them. With any luck, viewers will be able to figure out my weird system for scaling vehicles.

Lastly, I’m working on another Bandai AT-ST, but I’m doing something very unique this time. The build log (not yet up) will be helpful to anyone wanting to REALLY pose this guy. And hopefully, I can get back into doing more and finishing more models in the new year. I have so many unfinished build logs and builds right now…it’s kinda crazy.