perhaps I m a little too keith goldman-esque, but, I m sure you have enough material to build this scene much bigger, why did nt you? I have tendency to get to max size, compromising more or less on details, in any case it s a great lushious, and elegant scene, a true classic, ac does wonderful scenes too, he s kind of THE sw man, have you seen his work?
That sure is crowded, and contrary to the peers below, I think it is overcrowded... I haven't seen epVI recently, but were the stormtroopers not nearly all dead by the time they reached the bunker? If you were worrying about having a rather empty MOC, don't; the under brush of the forest is awesome and deserves to be seen! Or else, put a Chewie in an ATST, I loved the moment he opens up the hatch and shows his face to the other heroes... Don't get me wrong, it is a beauty!
Aside from the fact you've packed -- but not overpacked -- a lot in a little space and have some awesome trees and a great looking shield generator bunker, what strikes me most about this dio is something often overlooked by some: fig positioning. Every fig is "in action" and intentionally placed for effect. Often the figs seem, to me anyway, to be almost an afterthought for many dio builders. Figs can make or break a dio, and these definitely make a fantastic model even better. That it's portable is just terrific!
Nice, Josh. You managed a lot in a very tight space. And despite all the varying texture and visual activity, it doen't strike me as feeling too busy or cluttered (a real challenge, and one that I often fail at). Well done!