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  1. INSTRUCTIONS -> LEGO MOC TIE Phantom by monkeyulize | Rebrickable - Build with LEGO With this model of the Tie Phantom I wanted to cram as much detail into this scale as possible. Notably, the heat-spreaders on the engine components are built up rather than using vent pieces and the rear of the ship has the signature curve that the original ship in-universe possesses. This model uses 100% legal building techniques with a special focus towards stability. The model can be 'palmed' and 'swooshed' relatively easily, though the large size of the engine area can make this difficult for smaller hands. The model can be safely gripped from the wings as well. Update 4 - MINIFIGS! I've finally found a way to fit two minifigs in the canopy in the correct way canonically. It's tight, but there is no stressing of any parts and it still looks good detail-wise. Update 3: Latest Pictures (Real Life): Update 2: I've made changes to greebling and made adjustments to some errors in the instructions/build and created a First Order version. I've also finalized a stand design that I really like. All files are updated on Rebrickable. Latest pictures (real life): Latest Pictures (renders): Update 1: I've made changes to the wing design to give it better proportions and sleekness. I've also changed the greebling around the engines for sturdiness and aesthetics. As I've held and picked up the model as well as had friends pick it up I've noticed some of the parts fell off or were finicky so I've tried to fix those issues. However, due to the increased forward weight the stand design I had just barely works and I'm worried it's going to come off so I'm still at the drawing board on that. When I have a good design I'll post that as well. Instructions have been updated at the Rebrickable link. New pictures: I've made the instructions free on Rebrickable. Original pictures: