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  1. Lamborghini Waffle Sauce

    [MOC] Z-95 Headhunter

    Since everyone is building X-wings, why not build something similar but less well known? The Z-95 Headhunter is one that has many variations both in Canon and Legends, the most notable ones being the "X-wing without the S-foils" and that really ugly one shown in The Clone Wars series. I was influenced by various maquettes and illustrations of a Z-95 with the big engines. My take on the starfighter is that it's a newer model produced in the post-ROTJ era, with influences from its distant cousin, the T-70 X-wing. I worked 3 weeks on this, and incorporates some crazy building techniques influenced by many people on this forum. I'm not to happy with some of the results, it's not as perfect as, say, Jerac's MOC, but then again I'm kinda new at this... There are more pics at the flickr album and may post more. Lastly, a small scene with an upcoming MOC...
  2. Hi all For any of you that own the Z-95 headhunter there is a large spring loaded missile underneath and I have no idea if it is in the real ship from the clone wars. I'm thinking of removing it and turning it into a cargo hold or something else because I'm not a fan of any of the spring loaded missiles or darts and anything along that line. Any ideas on that?
  3. Kuat Drive Yards

    [MOC] Clone Wars Vintage Z-95 Headhunter

    Made this for a freebuild for SoNE. The build won't be ready for about a week since I need some parts from Bricklink in order to finish this Headhunter as well as another (the other one will be smaller, have four engines, and be gray; in other words, a more "Rebel-like'" version), and improve my currently horrendously ugly Tie Fighter. The cockpit and the unnervingly cheerful pilot. A sight my TIE pilot will never get to see. The cones on the engines aren't canon, but I think it gives it a more clone-wars feel. The engines. When the BL order comes in, it'll have authentic pink exhaust. Until then, my camera is rebelling by taking blurry pictures of them. The wing-tip blaster. My second-most favorite part. Has anyone else wondered where the proton torpedo launchers were? I mean, Episode IV didn't show the X-Wing when the torpedoes were being launched, and there aren't any visible exit ports on the fighter to my knowledge. And here's my most favorite part: the back panel flips down to reveal the engine... ...which comes out for maintenance. Or, you know, if you need to jettison the engine so you can have less weight mid-flight That's it. Overall, I'm really pleased with how this turned out