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Bandai TIE Interceptor

Postby Aigore » June 24th, 2018, 9:03 pm

I needed a quick and simple build after a real mamoth project and the Bandai TIE interceptor sprung to mind.
All TIEs are so clean and look newly made so I wanted to go the other direction....what about a TIE that actually survived?
After a day I had put the thing together but then I came to think of a TIE build where the builder had used OH-film for tne solar panels and that looked cool so I decided to give it a try.....it took 3 weeks fitting those darn things and almost a week before I even found a few sheets :P

Anyways, enjoy!

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Cheers!
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Re: Bandai TIE Interceptor

Postby Aigore » August 13th, 2018, 7:34 pm

That bad, eh? :cry:
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Re: Bandai TIE Interceptor

Postby blakeh1 » August 15th, 2018, 2:54 pm

Looks amazing!

I really like the look of a weathered tie

It's like a Tie that has been in use on some distant outpost
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Re: Bandai TIE Interceptor

Postby Aigore » August 19th, 2018, 11:18 pm

blakeh1 wrote:Looks amazing!

I really like the look of a weathered tie

It's like a Tie that has been in use on some distant outpost

Thanx blakeh1 :D

I thought of it as the TIE that survived....and kept om surviving :)
You don't want to come up against a TIE looking like that :P
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