6mm-Minis

6mm-Minis is Maksim-Smelchak's blog to discuss gaming, miniatures, books, movies, food, Israel, Judaism, life in general and other funny crud. My favorite scale of miniatures is 6mm, which is also called 1/285 or 1/300 scale. I enjoy many different kinds of games including ancients, Napoleonics, WWI, WWII, the Arab-Israeli conflict, Car Wars AKA Autoduel (a sort of crash'n'derby automobile combat game), 6mm Godzilla AKA Kaiju games, and science fiction games. I'm open to everything though!

Thursday, October 11, 2007

COOL STUFF: "Eject, Luke, Eject! ...or was that Porkins?"

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Hi All,

Star Wars... still giving geeks reasons to be stupid after thirty years! Got a spare five grand? Let's build an X-wing rocket replica complete with a swiveling R2D2 head! Awesome, dude! I mean... like, what could go wrong?

And the below video is a short thirty-second fast and slow version of the launch... I love the Chipmunk-like voices when they speed up the video.



And it wouldn't be a Maksim-Smelchak post if I didn't share a few links...

Have a great Thursday!

Shalom,
Maksim-Smelchak.

Notes regarding photos / pictures / videos: These are not all my images and videos. I am using various images and videos from around the web, mostly from public sources and/or private sources used with permission. I have tried to include only images and videos under public domain, creative commons, or fair use. If I have inadvertently violated any copyrights, please inform me and I will remove your image/s (if it is indeed an infringement).

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2 Comments:

  • At 7:08 AM, October 11, 2007, Blogger Patrick Smyrl said…

    I feel slightly threatened, Star Wars fans are developing strategic launch capabilities....

    Good stuff!

     
  • At 9:42 AM, October 12, 2007, Blogger MaksimSmelchak said…

    Hi Patrick,

    Thanks for writing!

    If you think Star Wars fans are threatening, wait until you see what the disgruntled Star Trek fans are planning...

    Galaxy Quest wasn't enough of a kudo for them... LOL ;o)

    Shalom,
    Maksim-Smelchak.

     

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