Very cool !
But you need to get some 5" tall figures for an spfx camera crew.
Yes, when I made a stand to 3D print and look like the one in the photos of it on the street before delivery I scaled down standard wood sizes 1:12 and it looked correct.I'm still looking for good pictures of the cameras they used. Since this is an 11 inch model representing an 11 foot model, I think that would be 1/12 scale. So 5 to 6 inch figures would work.
At some point troughs were cut into the pylons and the wires were hidden. I don't know if this was during production or during the first restoration, so I chose to model that side as it looks today in the Smithsonian.Well, since this is such an amazing project, an unusual view of something so iconic... shouldn't there be wires snaking down the nacelle pylons from the motors and lights at the front of the nacelles?
I only mention this because I just noticed that the trench in the starboard nacelle is correctly filled in per the filming miniature (as well as the other things such as the port side 'sensor ring support flange' or whatever that should be called ), and with that level of care the missing wires sort of suddenly popped out to me.
Huh! I didn't think they had cut into the nacelle pylons due to concerns of support and structural integrity. I stand corrected. I could have sworn there was at least one production picture where the wires could be seen along the pylons and nacelles- maybe a shot from 'The Trouble With Tribbles'?At some point troughs were cut into the pylons and the wires were hidden. I don't know if this was during production or during the first restoration, so I chose to model that side as it looks today in the Smithsonian.