Boba Fett

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by loenf, Dec 28, 2011.

  1. loenf

    loenf Member

    this is the last papermodel I build in 2011. Its one of my favorite characters from star wars, the headhunter Boba Fett. Here are some pictures:

    regards Loenf

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  2. loenf

    loenf Member

    Boba Fett Diorama

    After finishing the model I thought, I should build a Diorama with Han Solo in carbonite. Now here is the diorama: Boba Fett watch over Han Solo at Jabbas palace. Han Solo is theft-proof :)

    regards Loenf

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  3. wedge

    wedge Member

    This is the real masterpiece !! Great work loenf :thumb:
  4. valmy33

    valmy33 Member

    Hi Loenf,

    Whatis the scale ?


  5. inky

    inky Member

    Your the Master Loenf, you do amazing work.
  6. Danscrew

    Danscrew Danscrew

    WOW.....That's an amazing paper model and a great diorama. It's like a plastic model !:eek:

    How much time to make the build ?

    Have a great life
    "So say we all"
  7. F131

    F131 Member

    Absolutely, badass!
  8. allhallowseve

    allhallowseve Member

    Great job ! love the display with Solo in the back round "LOL' I"ll a big Fett fan myself.
    I made his blaster rife that all paper !
  9. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

    Thats paper?! :eek:

    Fantastic work, mein freund! :thumb:
  10. Zathros

    Zathros Guest

    I don't think you can get this look in plastic. This is truly a great Artistic expression and whatever it is made of matters less than what it is, in my humble opinion. I love it!!:)
  11. loenf

    loenf Member

    Hi, its 260mm high. All my star wars figures (except the scouttrooper) are in the same scale.

    regards Loenf

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  12. dnalor

    dnalor Active Member

    wauw that' s a nice Boba Fett..
    and with the diorama it even greater!!..
    2 thumbs up.

    In the last picture of your treasures there is a falcon..
    Could you make a big picture of that one?...i like the Falcon very much.:)
  13. He has a thread in the diorama cat that has all his builds...(I believe it's in the diorama catogory), if not just search all threads under his name.
  14. loenf

    loenf Member


    last week I thought that my Boba Fett looks a little bit lonely in his Diorama. So I ask myself who else is hanging around in Jabba's palace. Then I found these fantastic brown paper napkin in the sideboard of our livingroom. Looks like the robe of a Jawa... So here is the result of some copper wire yellow LED's and paper napkin. It is all made of paper and scratchbuild. "Utiniii!"

    regards Loenf

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  15. Rhaven Blaack

    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator

    The Jawa looks AMAZING!!! You did a GREAT job with scratch building it.
    It nicely finishes the diorama.
  16. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

    It's amazing how junk can be transformed into art like this. Excellent work! The diorama is impressive as well. Where did you find a paper model of Han in Carbonite, though?
  17. loenf

    loenf Member

    Hi, the model is from Noturno Sukhoi. He designed a lot of Star Wars models. Here is the link:

    regards Loenf
  18. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

    Thanks, man! :thumb:
  19. vbsargent

    vbsargent Member

    No, no, that would be the Colonial Marines. :p

    @ Loenf- I love the Jawa! He looks like he is posing for a picture with the intimidating Boba Fett!
  20. DanBKing

    DanBKing Active Member

    I believe, that when an artist builds a model, he envisions the model in a setting. It gives the model a 'purpose of existence' in the minds eye.

    And for that artist to convey, so effectively, that combination of vision and model, into a stunning diorama like this one, (and others by the same artist,) I will have to say Van Gogh had nothing on you!!

    A true artist sees things that others look through... Who would of thought a paper napkin could come to life as a Jawa, and compliment a masterpiece!!

    LOVE IT!!


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