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Corellian Corvette from the Star Wars Universe.
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Star Wars is a good source for odd-looking starfighters, and in my opinion nothing looks more alien than the TIE fighter. It is also a great challenge to built it in LEGO, which - sadly - this model shows. I cannot say that I am fully (or at all...) happy with this, but LEGO TIE Fighters are quite rare so I decided to show it anyway.
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Asajj Ventress - Star Wars - fan art

Work in progress - character exploration
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Completed 1:18 scale, 5" tall articulated sculpt of one half of the Moomo Brothers bounty hunter team, Del Moomo. This character can be found in the pages of Dark Hose comics Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic written by John Jackson Miller and inspired by the artwork of Brain Ching.

Figure is a complete sculpt for the exception of the hands, neck of the head and parts of the feet. The sculpt was build around a custom built articulated frame.

Figure has 12 points of articulation.

Sculpt made with Aves FIXIT.

Hand painted using Testors Polyscale and Floquil acrylics.

starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Del_Moomo
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Star Wars A-Wing - in my opinion one of hardest design to capture in LEGO when it comes to starfighters. Very thin nose, then rounded sides. Slightly slanted rear wings and don't get me started on proportions, which differ even on models used for filming original movie :)

All in all I am quite pleased with the result. Actually I believe it is a good moment to rebuild it...
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A Galactic Republic AT-TC (All-Terrain Troop Crawler) delivers Clone Commander Wolffe and his Clone Commando strike team behind enemy lines to spearhead the assault into Separatist occupied territory...

The Troop Crawler is the largest ground-assault vehicle in the Republic's arsenal: the same size as a Sandcrawler, with the armor and firepower of an AT-TE. Regardless of terrain and hostile ground forces, this mobile command center will deliver troops and equipment straight to the heart of any battlefront.

The AT-TC is my own custom creation and is a work in progress (updated June 2014). More photos and details coming soon!

You can see a pic of all my Galactic Republic Forces & Jedi here fav.me/d4uij2t

...and my entire Lego Star Wars collection here fav.me/d2qquvk :D

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'Do not underestimate the Force... of the Brick!'
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Betrayal on Coruscant! As Clone Commanders and Troopers across the galaxy follow Palpatine’s instructions to ‘Execute Order 66’, Lord Vader leads troops from the 501st Legion in a surprise-attack on Coruscant’s Jedi Temple. ‘Operation: Knightfall’ indiscriminately massacres all the Jedi found inside the Temple; Masters and Padawans, not even the younglings are spared.

This is the beginning of the end for the Republic, the start of the dark times… the rise of Darth Vader and the Galactic Empire!

Order 66: Clone Commander Cody – Betrayal on Utapau [link]

You can see a pic of all my Galactic Republic Forces & Jedi here [link] and loads of other Lego Star Wars awesomeness in my gallery [link] Hope you like it too! :D

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I've been cleaning all my minifigures and preparing to fit another level of shelves for my collection display, so I couldnt resist grabbing a few snaps while all the baddies were hanging around in my kitchen.

You can see a pic of my entire Lego Star Wars Collection here fav.me/d2qquvk

and load of other Lego Star Wars awesomeness in my gallery franklando.deviantart.com/gall… Hope you like it too! :D

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EDIT: Made some improvements to the nose and changed the canopy color to dark metallic.

This is my first crude attempt at recreating the FT-8 Star Guard strike fighter from Star Wars:The Old Republic; or rather the expansion, Galactic Starfighter. This ship, as far as I can tell, is the 3,000 year old precursor to the X-Wing. If I ever get to play The Old Republic, this will be the ship for me.

If I never get to play The Old Republic, I'm hoping this ship will at least appear in the next Star Wars: Battlefront. My biggest hope for the next Battlefront game is the inclusion of The Old Republic Era, and the space battles that'll come with it; which means I might get to take this for a spin.

Now, anybody who's actually played the game will see exactly where I screwed up with this. I got lazy and pulled the nose off the 9493 X-Wing Starfighter, and modified it to look like the FT-8. So, it's not completely accurate to the game. Give me some time, and maybe I'll figure out how to make it look right. Hence, why I labeled this as a Work-In-Progress.

BTW, I'm curious... for those who've actually played the Galactic Starfighter expansion, what does it take to build this variant of the FT-8 in-game? I've never even seen anyone flying the four-engine, six-wing variant with all the upgrades in any of the gameplay videos I've seen; except for a brief glimpse in the first trailer.
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I took a step further in my sculpture and decided to have some fun. Made it all rusty and moldy, even though this kind of metal isn't supposed to rust. (yes, I'm a bit of a star wars geek). ^__^

I've had a lot of people commenting on how and what I made this out of, etc.

I've sculpted the original out of plastalina (it's kinda like plasticine but finer and less oily). Its about the size of my head, u can actually wear it; well at least it fits my head, a lot of people that bought it off me said it was too small though. After i was done, i made a mold and cast it with resin and fiberglass woven in. I've thrown it around, hit it with a hammer, tossed it off the 2nd floor of my apartment and it didn't break, just a few chips you see in the pic. the visor is made of clear Plexiglas which i cut to shape, heated in the oven and bended it to the shape of the helmet and finally covered with reflective film (see through of course). I used acrylic paint for every thing you see. the moss I used that stuff architects use for trees then painted to make it look more realistic.

all of it took me just over two months to make, but at the time i was in school so i spent maybe 30 minutes here and there when i could.

I still do make these every so often when someone commissions me to. Each one will be different since they are all hand made. If you are interested you can contact me with a note or something. I also make other kind of sculptures of all styles and size.
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