Author Topic: First Order TIE fighter and Special Forces TIE from Bandai (with lights)  (Read 1048 times)

Offline Massassi

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Also here a wire can go behind the inner and outer backend. But there is not a lot of room. So it needs to start at the top and then go down and at the bottom go to the other side



This picture shows the other side of the inner back part.


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Here the two LEDs are placed like the First Order Tie. But only two glass fibers are needed for the frond guns. So that makes it a lot easier. Also placed both pilots with red stripes across there helmets



There most of the cockpit has been assembled and the wires have been soldered. Ready to put it all together.



This is the bottom side, where the second wire goes from one end to the other.



The complete cockpit is assembled. Used the clear parts painting masks. This part is now ready for painting.


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Final result







« Last Edit: Sat Sep, 16, 2017, 02:24:PM by Massassi »

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Most impressive there
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Created a diorama of a First Order Hanger

3D printed the power generator
https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2525417












« Last Edit: Tue Nov, 21, 2017, 03:40:PM by Massassi »

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Very cool diorama!

Offline Grendels

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Very Nice!