I really like how you got the interior done right. Now, this obviously affects the exterior from looking perfect, but I prefer interiors of ships anyway. I'm glad you finally settled on a design (a good one I might add) for the roof, that certainly could not have been easy. The only real criticism I have is about the thing on the bottom of the cockpit. I'm not sure what it is, but it comes out too far, it makes the cockpit loose its cone shape.
P.S. Thanks for the comment on Nemesis, I'll work on better photos for the next chapter, I kinda just put the scene together and took pictures right before going to bed so it was kinda rushed. XD
This looks very promosing! Great job on the angles. The plates fit very well. This is a perfect beginning to make a Millennium. But now comes the hard part: making the greebles. Maybe you can take a look at how great builders make greebles. I think that would help you alot. Can't wait to see it finished! ~M
I have spent three hours carefully going over all 9 journals, and it looks like in the future there will be more journal entries. It looks like this Falcon you are building is almost UCS scale!!! First off, excellent use of curved pieces, smooth hinge pieces, and click hinge pieces to create the traditional shape of the Falcon with non-square interior corridors and rooms. Next, yes, I see that you have been using the incredible cross sections book for reference -- it really shows. Recommendation: I would think about reinforcing those double lines of hinge bricks you have for the entire rear wall of the 'saucer section' of the Falcon. I am guessing you might do that anyhow, but check out the instructions for the minifig scale Falcon, if you have not done so already, to see how they reinforced them. I would suggest a simple trick of plates and brackets. I too am working on an MOC with a double line of hinge bricks, and I have had to redo that part of the MOC twice in order to reinforce that part of the ship. I am guessing that you are working on detailing right now -- you are going to have alot of fun with that, there is a lot of detailing space available on your Falcon. It's a blank canvas waiting for paint, ha ha. Really, I do not have much to say at this point, you are off to a nice start, and you are dedicating time and effort to building this and you are using great resources. Just keep at it. I will spend some more time looking it over, and if I have any other suggestions or hints, I will comment here on Journal 9.