Kozikyo86

[MOC] A/SF-01 B-Wing Starfighter

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Hi!

I want to show you my new project of B-Wing Starfighter!

I just finish design in LDD, maybe on 99%, I still working with details. There are +/- 1450 parts, I use only popular and easily availalbe on Bricklink, which influenced a few design decisions. Main engine was inspired on Inthert design, but I change many parts, colors and I've improved a few connections. Orange signs would be changed, I add this only for renders :)

Soon I'll make more renders, and start checking my parts to build real, final model! 

A/SF-01 B-Wing Starfighter MOC - soon on my YouTubeA/SF-01 B-Wing Starfighter MOC - soon on my YouTubeA/SF-01 B-Wing Starfighter MOC - soon on my YouTube

 

 

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Nice and sleek. Glad to see you're building it with real bricks too! I don't think I'd fancy flying a b-wing in real life though. I'd say it would be easy to get airsick with all that gyroscoping around...

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So far looking very good. My favorite style - sleek and smooth. I don't mind studs - they are the essence of Lego but hiding them where possible is a good direction. Of course not by all means and of course having in mind, that there are places where they are just the best way of detailing. Can't wait to see the finished model.
PS. What is this blaster doing in pilots hand? Isn't he supposed to be piloting the bloody ship? :D

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6 hours ago, Retro said:

Nice and sleek. Glad to see you're building it with real bricks too! I don't think I'd fancy flying a b-wing in real life though. I'd say it would be easy to get airsick with all that gyroscoping around...

Thanks! I'm glad you like it! Of course I want build my every project in real, but I always start building in LDD - easier way to makeing a instruction and buy parts. Yes, in the real world, the B-wing would be difficult to fly :laugh:

3 hours ago, barneius said:

So far looking very good. My favorite style - sleek and smooth. I don't mind studs - they are the essence of Lego but hiding them where possible is a good direction. Of course not by all means and of course having in mind, that there are places where they are just the best way of detailing. Can't wait to see the finished model.
PS. What is this blaster doing in pilots hand? Isn't he supposed to be piloting the bloody ship? :D

Thanks! You're right, the pilot forgot to leave his blaster :laugh: for now he's learning to fly on the simulator :wink:

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Nice MOC! Good detailing and sleek shape. It does feel a bit too "thin", but overall it looks great!

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I decided to make the instruction in PDF,  this is my first self-adventure adventure with BluePrint, then editing in Photoshop and completing PDF in InDesign. Now, I have over 220 steps and 90 pages, so few day and it will be done! Probably I'll add this project on Rebrickable. All updates and informations on my YouTube movie - check description. 

Quick sample:

Sample of instructuon what I'm making to my B-Wing :)

 

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2 hours ago, AfolFree said:

Very nice !

Do the instructions and inventory include the stand ?

No, I don't make the stand yet, I add free LDD file with list of parts after building, maybe this week I'll make this :classic:

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