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starwarsfan66 posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsThis is my collection of the Delta-7 and Delta-7B Interceptors I've designed. I made Anakin's fighter first and used that as a kind of template to create the color schemes of the rest of the starfighters. I used a combination of snot technique in the front/middle and plates & wedges on the wings to try and get a sleek looking design. image 1 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_3 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_4 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_5 by ice chips, on Flickr UntitledModel_3 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_6 by ice chips, on Flickr Untitled_5 by ice chips, on Flickr image 5 by ice chips, on Flickr I also made instructions for these as well here: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-60714/starwarsfan66/delta-7-interceptors-bundle/#details This fighter is definitely bigger than what minifig scale should be. I did make retractable landing gear as well. Of course, a minifig can fit in the cockpit and an astromech sits in the middle, except for the 2 Delta 7 fighters where the built-in astromech head is on the wing. Let me know what you all think!
Hello everyone ! It is my pleasure to finally show you a model that has been in the making for a while now, My take on the Delta 7 Starfighter. The Delta 7 has been one of my favorite starchips in Star Wars for a while, in fact it was the first major set i got, so it was very important to me to make justice to this craft. Befor anything, huge shoutout to: M G, Atlas & Maelven for being the main inspiration for this model. This particular model was made to be as close to minifig scale as i could get it to be, this being 11 studs width, 23 studs in lenght and 4.5 studs in height. (taking in acount a minifig being 6 foot-ish) my model comes slightly larger than that being 25 studs in lenght & 6 studs in height, but this is due to the parts i used and to make it quite swooshable. I'll admit that some of the proportions are a bit off, but considering the size this is made on, i think that's a fair trade off. One of the most intuitive features of this model is it's ability to sport all the colors and variations seen in canon (from Mace Windu's to Ashoka's), which just shows how customizable the model is. Here are some renders of Obi Wan's along with the rest of the crew's: As with most of my models i did in fact make instructions for these, which you can buy over here !: https://ebay.us/4EBNjp Besides you also get some original artwork i made for it: Really hope you like it ! As always any feedback is more than welcome. May the force be with you -Prime
atlas posted a topic in LEGO Star WarsThis is my version of khatmorg's incredible delta-7 model (which you should view here www.flickr.com/photos/95628537@N02/8735306298/in/dateposted/ and here http://www.eurobrick...2931&hl=delta-7) . I originally built their model as per the original build over a year ago but a few months ago I started fiddling with it and have now arrived at a point where I'm satisfied with it. It was difficult to find other ways to achieve some angles (the source is so good already!) especially in the back and as a result that area is quite fragile and use some illegal connections. Most of the changes are concerned with the bottom, spine and rear sections. I haven't been able to find a way to find a way to hide some little landing gears in the back of the wedge where it fattens out a bit yet so the ones you can see in the other photos are just attached externally. Also it is about 8 to 10 studs too long as a result of the angle of the 1x3 wedge plate, according to the rough scale I used. That isn't ideal for me as I like to scale it right to a degree, but the additional detail you can add on a bigger model is good as well. I also wanted to try an alternative solution to miniaturise the dual laser cannons, and add the other half on the bottom but haven't solved that issue either. I might pick this up again later and play with it some more but for now I'm content to reveal it. I hope all of you enjoy. Thanks to khatmorg for being so great about sharing their creation. The stand is based on sydag's method which you can see here (www.flickr.com/photos/sydag/16129935387/in/dateposted/). It's simple and ingenious. You can view the rest of photos in the album (www.flickr.com/photos/48109771@N05/albums/72157668258477972).