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By DUKEDREAL - Dec. 31, 1969Jabba the Hutt’s Throne Room
Dimensions: 4½ x 17 x 20
Construction: Basically the walls were built with the idea of using the 8” round tower mold pieces to create the arches found in Jabba’s Throne Room. The arches add that extra detail to really give the feeling of the throne room. The hole for the rancor pit was cut after the model was built. Granny grating was used to make the bars for the rancor pit and card stock for the covering.
Molds Used: 4" Circular Tower Mold #52, Turret Mold #61, 8" Round Tower Mold #64, Egyptian Basic Block Mold #95, Egyptian Floor Tile Mold #290, Egyptian Decorative Floor Tile #292, Starship Wall Mold #301, Cargo Bay Accessory Mold #302, Med Lab Accessory Mold #303, Starship Deck Mold #270, Service Area Floor Mold #272, Pipeline Floor Mold #273, Industrial Accessory Mold #326, Machinery Builder Mold #327
Other materials used: Particle Board as the base, Foam board, Spackle, Glue, Sand, Mat board, plastic plants, beads, plastic beading wire, wire, granny netting, and card stock.
"Let them marvel at our splendor ... let them cringe at our power ... let them feel the weight of our chains as they serve their rightful masters."
¯Jabba on the victims of the Hutt crime empire
Jabba’s throne room is notorious for being a hub of activity where most beings don’t want to be the center of attention. Jabba requires everyone to stay and sleep in the main throne room. Bounty Hunters, Assassains, droids, pirates, and others often seek Jabba’s favor but many end up dead or worse…
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