I have to be honest and say that I was wrong. You might remember me writing about Thomas Tewoort’s immensely detailed Avenger Star Destroyer a couple of days ago. I was under the impression that we had come across the most detailed model of this particular Star Wars ship in existence. But, a friendly soul calling him or herself simply “34” pointed out that there might just be one even more detailed Star Destroyer in existence after all.
I was intrigued and after examining the reference material sent to me I am prepared to say that my assumption that the previous one built by Thomas, was the most detailed was in fact wrong. It does, however, prove my statement that I have made so many times before that I was right about there always being something that is bolder, better, larger and of course more epic.
My mind was literally numb after I checked the new Star Destroyer out as the details incorporated into it are on a scale that I don’t think many of us have seen before. It has more structure, more lights, more details, and perhaps it’s even more detailed than the model used in the Star Wars movies. Whether it is or not I will leave up to you to decide, but it’s almost to the point where I can’t find the words to express my admiration for the build.
When you see the pictures below you will see what I am talking about. Even the smallest pipe, exhaust, or light has been properly incorporated in a way that makes this Star Destroyer build almost mesmerizing in its own way. You can literally study this thing for hours and still find new things. For example, try and count all the lights that will certainly keep you busy for a while. This is one of those moments when you just want to use a simple statement to express what you think and not go on and on about everything. I mean I am quite sure you will be able to appreciate the amount of detail that has been incorporated into this Star Destroyer build. So what is the simple statement of the day? Well, mind blown – Oh, by the way, this epic Star Destroyer build by Darth Maul (as the builder calls himself) is not even completely done. WOAH!