Models tagged as: star

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This [updated] model was the precursor for all my other Mini (or midi) ships and the one that provided the scale in which I continued to design said ships. It is 16 studs (about 13 cm/5 inches) long and 15 studs (12 cm/4.7 inches) wide and the ...

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This is a complete overhaul of the existing LEGO Midi Millenium Falcon. I always thought the wings looked to sharp and thin, so I used the relatively new 2x2 Wedge-plates for my model. The Model isn't as thin as the original ship, and instead is a ...

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This is a minifig-scale MOC imperial Viper Probe-droid. I designed this because I think that all the official versions do not quite capture the details etc. of the movie original. It is about 7 cm high and 2 cm wide, and consists of 45 parts, ...

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This mini-, or probably midi-scale model of a B-Wing is about the same scale as my other Mini-Starfighters. The Wings can switch between landing and flight configuration, and the cockpit can swivel (although not as smoothly as I had hoped). The ...

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This is another rebel starfighter for my series of miniature models. This time I tried to replicate the Y-Wing bomber (as seen in Star Wars and Star Wars: Episode VI). It is 20 cm long, about 9 cm wide and 2.5 cm high and should therefore fit into ...

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This A-Wing-model is about 8.5 cm long, 6.5 cm wide and 4 cm high (without stand). It should be the same scale as my other Mini-designs (e.g. the Mini X-Wing), but maybe it is a little bit too big.

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This miniature of Darth Vader's TIE Advanced (Episode IV) is about 8 cm long, 9.5 cm wide and 5.5 cm high. It is designed in the same scale as my Mini X-Wing and TIE-Fighter. Feedback via the Flickr-page would be awesome: ...

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This 6.5 cm long, 12 cm wide and 5.5 cm high Miniature model of the TIE-Bomber (as seen in Star Wars: Episode V) fits into the scale of my other Imperial and Rebel mini-models. The downloadable zip-file contains the lfx-file, pdf instructions ...

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XJ-6 Airspeeder from Star Wars Episode II Attack of the Clones.

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I designed this stand to hold and display the two lightsabers I submitted a few days ago. Simply use the two holes opposite to the golden parts to connect them to the stand. (2nd image) Also, for further effect, you can replace the dark-grey ...

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