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Some backstory: I recently got a 2.5' millenium falcon gift that I subsequently hung in my office... Well, I got a small wall decal of the death star ...
So to start off with, I resized and printed out an internet photo of the death star. Using the carbon paper, I traced the outlines onto the frisbee.
(side note: if I were to do this again, I would next use my dremel tool and sand away the "emitter / focusing disc" portion as well as ...
Next, I used that same printout photo and traced the outlines onto a sheet of the adhesive backed white foam sheet. Using a scalpel / X-acto knife, I ...
then spray painted the whole thing in semi gloss black (but any black will work I think) - paint was still wet in this image. The textural difference ...
I used a strip of 1/4" tape to mask the center groove / canyon area, then lightly misted some gray primer to highlight some of the areas and ...
I then drilled a small hole for the clock nubbin to stick through and attached the clock arms. Here it is mounted next to my shop clock for ...
total cost: about $38-39 and the final result hanging in my office next to the falcon and TIE fighter:
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