Here is the starship that belongs to the two mediocre-looking characters I posted last week. It is mostly made out of three AT-AT bodies, an Imperial shuttle fuselage, a Slave I shell, two shoeboxes, and four old water jugs. The use of the AT-AT bodies creates three entrances; a portside hatch near the aft of the ship, the main entry hatch on the starboard side near the front, and a third entry hatch between the engines in the back. The bluish-purple cubes that can be seen on the insides of some of the interior shots are lights that illuminate the insides of the ship.
Here are some general shots.
Here are two shots (the ship has no weaponry because it was at an earlier stage of completion) of the ship showing the interior lights on.
Here are some pictures showing size comparison.
This shows the interior of the "bridge".
This one shows the bridge overall. The ladder drops down for pretending that the characters need to climb up to the dorsal "hatch".
Here is the "cockpit" area.
Here is the portside bulkhead, showing the ladder that leads down to the cargo deck as well as the gun rack.
Sorry about the darkness (maybe it's just my computer) but these are the lockers that the two figures' spacesuits are stored.
This is the compartment (shoebox) directly behind the bridge. It is where passengers can stay, as well as serving as a lounge. This image shows one of the two bunk sets and the edges of one of two more storage lockers holding two more emergency spacesuits.
This is the ship's toilet, and that black thing is supposed to be a "towel". The cardboard door has been removed to get a better view. There is a sink made out of a Clone Wars Gunship ball turret cut in half (just like the toilet itself) and a mirror directly across from the black "towel", but the angle does not allow it to be seen (I guess you'll just have to take my word for it).
Oh! Here is an angle that shows the sink, faucet, and mirror. (I forgot I had this picture.)
Here is the looong hallway of the lower cargo deck area. At the far end is the ladder that will lead to the upper command deck. A storage locker on the righthand side of the image stores tools.
This one is a larger shot that shows the bridge that leads to the lounge. It looks a little different from the lounge in the larger shot because it used to be green and made out of paper.
Here is the view looking into the lounge from the bridge.
Oh, and here's the lounge (Made out of sculpy), in the rear section of the compartment behind the bridge.