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  Nedara
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Well, if you prefer to pay me 3.000, I won't complain at all. I promise.

Now, seriously. I think I could do it, but I've never done anything like that. If you are serious about this, I'd have to study it.


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  Lord Ree'dius
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Nedara wrote:
If you are serious about this, I'd have to study it.


Not at the moment I'm afraid. I'm still waiting untill I win a big sabacc pot.
And even then I wouldn't by it before I saw it.
It's more that I'm interrested in how you would make it look that real and still keep the price under 300 euro's Shocked
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 PostPosted: Sat Apr 16, 2011 3:27 pm Reply with quote  
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Ah, ah, ah. A Sith like me never, never, never reveals her talents. But if I can make an ultrasaber for less than 50 €, then I'm sure I could do this for less than 300.


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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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Y'all are making me laugh, cause I'm noticing the differences in punctuation for numbers. For instance, Nedara said 3.000, which I know is three thousand. But to us, it just looks like three dollars. Cause here in America we insist on being different and using a comma for thousands. So...$3,000 would be three thousand. Smile

So I would be happy to pay you three dollars for the desk! Very Happy
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You see, that's exactly what I feel. Here, 3,000 is the same that 3'000, which it's only 3. And I just cannot write 3,000 when I mean three thousand.

Anyway, I'd love you'd pay me 3 dollars for the desk. That would mean I'd be able to pay those materials for 1, pay the transport from Europe to America with another one and keep the last one for myself... Unfortunatelly, things are a little more expensive.


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That was awesome!!
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@Nedara: how much for a full size Jabba? ...hmm, shipping would probably kill me though. Sad
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I have no idea. I'd have to study it. I suppose it depends of how much materials I'd need to do it. Anyway, sending it to USA should be +200$, I think.


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Hey, Skuldren, would you like your Jabba to be indoor or outdoor? That would mark which materiasl it should be done and how soft it should be...


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An outdoor Jabba.....a squishy one to use as a couch...I can see it now.
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Well if it was indoor, it would need to fit through the door. I think that's only 36 inches wide. Wouldn't be fullsize then. But if it was outdoor, I live right next to the road, so people might steal it. Crying or Very sad
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Let me see... How big are your windows? Or I could try to see if a life size could be soft enought to fit through your door, like a really big teddy bear.


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Now I'm temped to ask for an Ewok. That would fit through the door and I could...uh...well...they are cuddly. Laughing
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