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Hello!
 
Here I want to present you my newest MOC a TIE Fighter in Midi-scale.
 
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Nice, you managed to really get the shape and feel of the vehicle yet in such a compact form.

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I do have a problem with that 4-wide dish sticking on top, hmm. Other than this it is a superb build. Panels have correct shape, canopy and rear work just fine and it seems to have proper proportions, not an easy thing in a T/F. What would happen if you lowered the dish, removed the 1x4 curved slope under it and put corner 1x1 rounded tiles there instead?

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Love this one! Nice shape and details at this scale! 

Can you tell how the round tiles between the curved slopes are held in place?

very nice Job!

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Posted (edited)

Looks quite good! The cockpit is shaped nicely :thumbup:

Edited by Reaper

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On 7/13/2019 at 10:19 AM, Jerac said:

I do have a problem with that 4-wide dish sticking on top, hmm. Other than this it is a superb build. Panels have correct shape, canopy and rear work just fine and it seems to have proper proportions, not an easy thing in a T/F. What would happen if you lowered the dish, removed the 1x4 curved slope under it and put corner 1x1 rounded tiles there instead?

Following your advice, I modified the upper part of the cockpit...

 

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Posted (edited)
29 minutes ago, Pasq67 said:

Following your advice, I modified the upper part of the cockpit...

Great modification, in my opinion V2 looks much better!
Fantastic model at this scale!

Edited by bricksmarlin

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yes! V2 looks great! are you going to release an instructions for the model?

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