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My custom Cubeecraft cutout template of the Jawa's Sandcrawler from Star Wars. Here is a photo of it made [link]

More of my Star Wars fan art Cubee Templates to print out and make can be found here [link]
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My custom Cubeecraft cutout template of Boba Fett from Star Wars

More of my Star Wars fan art Cubee Templates to print out and make can be found here [link]
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Делал урок на тему "Создание звёздного неба средствами Adobe Photoshop". В процессе вышла достаточно хорошая картина. Но если кто хочет так научиться, может скачать здесь урок, он находится в архиве, либо перейти по ссылке - [link] . Так же в архиве есть материалы для создания этой картинки, и оригинальный PSD файл.

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I did a lesson on the theme "Creating Stars sky - Adobe Photoshop". In the process I got a good enough picture. Who wants to learn how to do the same, can download the lesson. He is here in the archive. In addition to the text in the archive have the materials to create this image and the original PSD file.
Warning - A Lesson in Russian!
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[EDIT] Been hearing that some people can't download it, so here's a Dropbox link to the file: dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33…

A few Star Wars symbols

Row 1: Alliance For The Republic(Rebel Alliance), Jedi Order, Galactic Empire, Galactic Senate
Row 2: Jedi order with ring, New Jedi Order, New Republic Department of Research and Development, Black Sun
Row 3: Mandalorians, Galactic Federation of Free Alliances, Confederacy of Independent Systems, Sith Empire
Row 4: Two X-Wing Pilot helmet markings
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This is made for fun and those who remember the good old days of getting these for Christmas in the 1980's. This can be made and used to place under a small Xmas Tree for a little old school Diorama of an 1980's style Xmas. hehe ;) This is part of a series of cubees i have made for Christmas.

I adjusted the Cubeecraft / Papercraft idea to make mini-scale version of this old Star Wars toy box of the old Y-Wing Fighter. OK I know its not exactly the same as the 'Real' version. This is made just for fun to the good old days! Here is a photo of some of the other Mini Old toy boxes I have done to see what they would look like when put together [link]

And some more of these Old School Toy boxes can be found here [link]


Also there are some more of my Christmas Cubees (including Christmas Tree, Snowmen, Santa, The Grinch, Gingerbread men and more) can be found here [link]

Star Wars (c) Lucasfilm
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Well, this was quicker than I thought!

Here are the textures for Bastila's clothes, meant for the V4 Ultra Bodysuit and HellSing V4 (loinskirt and boots), both available at daz3d.com.
To use them you need Poser 6 or later or Daz|Studio 2 or later. (I created them in D|S, so the surfaces might look a bit different in Poser)


To achieve the looks from the Promos, set
the ChestSpandex-morph in the bodysuit at 100%,
the WaistWidth-morph in the loinskirt to about 5% (it's located in the hip) and
the NoHeels-morph in the boots at 100%.

Figure, clothing, hair and character NOT included -
but you can get Bastila here: [link]
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My very first tutorial, a how to guide to making a high res lightsaber in Google SketchUp. The idea I came to me when Ariergarda www.ariergarda.deviantart.com asked if I could give him some pointers on using the program to model his lightsaber designs (all of which are fantastic by the way!) so I got a bit excited and began typing a ridiculously long note which even I had difficulty making heads or tails of when I finished, so in the end I settled on a short reply saying that I'd be happy to help, so I'd make a tutorial...and here it is! and it is still ridiculously long! AND IT'S JUST THE POMMEL! ah...well, in the time it has taken me to churn out this image, Ariergarda has already made three of his lightsabers into 3D models and he's done a great job, so even if he no longer needs it, here's my very first SketchUp tutorial for anyone who wants to learn how to use this great program!

download for the full view (or if your going to use it as a reference pic in SketchUp itself [see no.2])
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