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This is a 1:1 scale papercraft of the Jedi holocron that appears in the Star Wars: The Clone Wars animated TV series. I also created a Kyber memory crystal to go along with the holocron. The template for these is available here --> [link]
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This is my first Skyrim papercraft. The template was started by :iconthepapercraftcouple: and finished by me. The simple one page template may be downloaded here --> [link]
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This papercraft treasure chest is from the Space Paranoids area of the Kingdom Hearts II video game. Space Paranoids takes its name from a fictional video game created by the character Kevin Flynn in the 1982 movie Tron. So you might call this a Tron treasure chest! ;) The template may be downloaded here --> [link]
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My first attempt in making a Jedi Holocron. If any of you have tips or critique, I would be greatful.
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just decided to make my own holocron
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Some one requested that I make a blank version of these so here it is. Anyone and everyone is free to use this if they wish, I just ask that you give me credit when you do.
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The new Ardent Class Republic Battle Cruiser is the latest model of super cruiser to come out of the Republic Ship yards. Set to eventually replace the old Republic capital ships, there are currently only a few of these in active service. Armed with two mini Mass Drive cannons, 10 heavy cannons, 11 medium cannons, and a slew of torpedo launchers, this ship is fully capable of holding its own against any Sith ship. The Ardent Class cruiser also has a small hanger, capable of holding many smaller support ships.

length: 2.2 km

This ship is (c) to me and Jaded Dreamer Productions
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This Drawing is my entry into the 3rd :iconstar-wars-droids: #Star-Wars-Droids competition.

Charcoal & white Pencil Drawing of an Imperial Probe Droid from Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back.

Drawn August 2011.

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Imperial Probe Droid & Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back to Lucasarts Ltd.
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Fifth drawing of a set that I am working on showing a Star Wars character with a vehicle he/her/it has piloted.

Other pictures in the series.

1. Darth Maul/Sith infiltrator. .
2. Tie Fighter Pilot/Tie Fighter. .
3. Darth Vader/Advanced Tie fighter. .
4. Scout Trooper/Speeder Bike. .
5. Luke Skywalker/Snowspeeder. .
6. Starkiller/Rogue Shadow. .
7. Battle Droid/Armoured Assault Tank. .

Collect 'em all

Charcoal & white Pencil Drawing of Luke Skywalker with his Snowspeeder from Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back.

Drawn July 2011.

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Luke Skywalker, Snowspeeder & Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back to Lucasarts Ltd.
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Charcoal & white Pencil Drawing of 4LOM the bounty hunter droid from Star Wars.

Drawn June 2011.

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4LOM & Star Wars to Lucasarts Ltd.
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To have some continuity, I made a lightsaber when Kalin was a Jedi. It's a combination of both Anakin's lightsaber. The top and almost the whole hilt being from episode II, however the part where the activation button is on is different, coming from his lightsaber in episode III. I liked the style of it. The only part of his red lightsaber is the Mace Windu part, which is the bottom of the lightsaber.

*Lightsabers are registered trademarks and/or copyrights of Lucasfilm Ltd.*
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This is the lightsaber I used in the last three pictures I made. It's a combination of both Anakin's lightsaber and Ashoka's, his apprentice in 'The Clone Wars' series. Most of the hilt comes from her lightsaber, while the rubber hold comes from his lightsaber as seen in Episode II: Attack of the Clones. Other small modificiations were made, such as the removal small parts and the re-placing of other details such as the middle of the lightsaber and the ignition button.

*Lightsabers are registered trademarks and/or copyrights of Lucasfilm Ltd.*
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I made this together with my wife (Ayanna_Nyx). We combined three lightsabers together. That of Anakin Skywalker ep III, Darth Vader ep III, IV and Mace Windu's. The top lightsaber is constructed from both Anakin's and Darth Vader's. Though the shape is still the same as Anakin's, the material is changed to that of the top of Vader's. The black ignition with the silver laser encrypted button on the top comes from Vader's saber in episode III. The bottom of the saber is partially the bottom from Mace Windu, though we removed the golden colour of it to give it that cold metal look.

*Lightsabers are registered trademarks and/or copyrights of Lucasfilm Ltd.*
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2D to 3D work of ~Ariergarda's Lightsaber v.7.

His original illustration -> [link]
His 3D render -> [link]

Star Wars and related items are (C) Lucasfilms LTD.
Lightsaber designs are (C) ~Ariergarda.
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~LordTrekie's request of Alana's Lightsaber.

Star Wars and related items are (c) Lucasfilms LTD.
Lightsaber designs are (c) ~LordTrekie.
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First lightsaber built or issued to Jedi Knight, Jedi Consular or Sith Warrior in Star Wars: The Old Republic.

Star Wars and related items are Lucasfilms LTD.
SWTOR Lightsaber designs are BioWare.

Edit: Background change.
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Continuing work on my newest Tie Fighter. Adding small details now.
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A new scene showing all of my custom Tie Fighters that I did.
As always did some over the top fx to make it look like an old movie shot. Desaturated to get the 70s feel :)
Background images from google search.
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A poster-styled image based on a Corellian Vessel that I designed a few months ago. The 3D model was never fully finished so I decided to create an abstract image with it.


If you're interested in commissions, please visit this page: fav.me/d4y3k35

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Re-envisioning of the X-Wing Alliance Tech library
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X-Wing Alliance tech Library - Tie Gunboat
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X-Wing Alliance tech Library - Y-Wing
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Well its been forever since Ive submitted anything, but I finally got some time to finish some of the models I started. Its nice to pick my hobby up again!!

Well here is another TIE variant I made, I love making these things haha. This one is like a TIE version of the X-wing fighter. I took the concept image of a chiss clawcraft and used it to create the base then added the wings. Pretty simple model but fun to make.

Hope you enjoy! Tell me what you think.
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Another TIE fighter design, this time an orginal non cannon one. just came up with an idea for having a TIE and seeing how many different wing designs i could come up with. I played around with a couple of different variations and designs for the wings and this was the best one I got. I think it looks pretty cool. Tell me what you think?

Decided to give it the name Warrior Class Starfighter, or TIE Warrior, because its designed for one purpose, destroying other fighters. I guess it could fit in as an Imperial design post Bastion Accords, or post legacy!
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A full view from the back
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This is the product of 198 days of work: a 1:35 scale Incom T-65 X-wing Space Superiority Starfighter.

I built it out of an old AMT-Pro-Shop X-wing Fighter kit, and I kept all the motorized features and sound effects. I am in love with this bird, and the fact that the motors all work and work well just makes this an awesome model kit.

I replaced a good chunk of this kit. One of the most prominant areas I worked on is the cockpit. The area behind the pilot was just *bad*, and I mean BAD. It would have made a good *mural*, but as far as representing the targeting computer, hydraulic pistons for the canopy, and the various wires and piping that runs down the back of the seat, it's no good. I scratchbuilt a lot of detail, including two functional pistons for the canopy that really raise and lower when it moves. The 'intakes' for the engines have a new support beam. The exhaust can turkey feathers were thinned and detailed. The ridiculous detail inside the wings was removed and replaced with simple piping like on the miniature. The laser cannons are almost completely scratcbuilt save for the main body. The engine deck has a ton of new greebles to break it up. The torpedo launchers are now completely hollow and have actual torpedoes in them, ready to kill a Death Star.

One of the biggest areas of improvement though has to be the base. I felt all that space needed *something* to break it up. I thought I could get by with simply adding descriptive text, like in a museum, but then I got completely carried away and added a bunch of small displays featuring components from the 'real' starfighter: the ion drive, repulsorlift projector, hyperdrive, laser cannon, and a selection of missile weapons the ship could be fitted with. Each of these has a light above it and small plaque next to it explaining what it is, what it does, and it's rating (example: Krupx Munitions MG7-a Proton Torpedo, Charge: Baradium, Detonator: Proton-based, Yield: 9,900 Megatons). The ion engine I'm especially proud of. I work at a jet engine refurbishment facility, and I get to see real engines all the time, so I was able to put this knowledge into building a realistic-looking fusial thrust engine. Also, the turkey feathers on this engine are 100% scratchbuilt, including the flame holder.

Back to the cockpit, I created a special decal for the main console which was semi-transparent. I had to use several decal layers and paint on top of the inner ones in order to get the white and silver parts. It looks just about perfect though, especially when it's lit up.

The model was painted in Camouflage Gray with Testors Red striping. The off color panels are all various mixes of green, yellow, and blue gray. I spent a lot of time researching Red Five, trying to get as close to the miniature as possible. The panel lines on the model are not the same as the miniature though, so I had to fudge a few of the off-color panels.

All in all though I'm extremely happy with how this one turned out. It's the best model I've ever built, period.

It is not in my collection, however. I built it as a Christmas present for my niece, a young Star Wars fan and a terrific young girl (she's a big sci-fi nerd, like her uncle. She can even hold her own in a Comic Book Guy-level nerd fight! I'm so proud . . . :D ). She opened this thing up, then I had her flip the "on" switch. The wings split open to attack position . . . and I had to help her pick her jaw up off the floor. ;)

The only thing that could have made it better was if I were able to rig the box like I had planned. I wanted to put one of those Star Wars card circuit boards in it and rig it so it would play when the lid was completely off the box. But I ran out of time and had to wrap it up as-is. But it was alright; her reaction was reward enough for all the hard work I put in it. :)

I made a YouTube video of the wings and cockpit canopy in action, complete with the cliche' of using Star Wars music:

[link]

For more pics, here's the Photobucket album I used during it's construction:

[link]

By the way, before I gave this model away I took it to a Christmas party hosted by one of the guys from my model club. I brought this along, because I knew a few guys would want to see it in action. It ended up being the center of attention, with all the guys there lining up in order to push the buttons and see it work. They even asked me, one of the *neophytes*, if I would explain how I did it! These guys are serious modelers and are asking *me* how I weathered it, how I scratchbuilt the components, where I learned to scribe . . . I was a great night. ;)
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I wish I had scanned this before I gave it away.

This was a Christmas present for my niece, who happens to be older than I am. She loves Star Wars and the Millennium Falcon, and when I gave my two younger great-nephews a couple of Star Wars-related drawings, she acted 'offended' that I didn't draw something for her. Well, that was at their house, and they were visiting the next day, so I had a night or so to come up with a drawing I could give to her.

I think, for having pounded it out in about an hour, that this is a pretty darn good job. :)

She thought so to, and it proudly hangs in her living room right now.
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This is it: my Incredible Cross-Sections style Moldy Crow!

I apologize in advance for the large size, but on the bright side this allows you to print it full size as well as see all the text.

I took my painting to a company which specializes in digitizing art, then I put it in Paint.NET and added the text and such. I wanted to create the feel of the first ICS book, so it has a small picture from the game Dark Forces of the Moldy Crow and no tech specs.

All of the text is made up by me, and contains a lot of ideas that don't necessarily agree with the official ship description, but that's because the original description is pure baloney in my not-so-humble opinion. For instance, there's no way a ship this small has a boarding ramp or sleeping quarters or a cargo hold or . . . It also gives a good reason why Jan always had goggles on when she flew the ship in Jedi Knight.

It you do print it up full size as a poster, please show me how it looks on a wall. I haven't yet printed it up (I mean, I already have one insanely large painting of the Crow!), so if anyone does so then I'd love to see how it looks.

Star Wars, Dark Forces, and the Moldy Crow are all (c) 1997 by Lucasarts Entertainment Company
Text is (c) 2008 by Me, other than the Star Wars references.
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