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[SW] V-wing Speeder from Rogue Squadron N64

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[SW] V-wing Speeder from Rogue Squadron N64

Postby Ty55 » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:22 am

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Re: [SW] V-wing Speeder from Rogue Squadron N64

Postby Galagoo » Wed Feb 18, 2009 7:48 am

It's looking good, but the lower part of the body seems to be quite wide.

The orange highlights on the top of the craft look a bit messy, too. I'd suggest replacing some of them with dark bley - or some greebling.
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Re: [SW] V-wing Speeder from Rogue Squadron N64

Postby Jake » Wed Feb 18, 2009 8:16 am

I really like this, you've nailed the shape of the wings very well. However, I agree with Galagoo that your cockpit area is too wide, maybe shave a stud off each side?
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Re: [SW] V-wing Speeder from Rogue Squadron N64

Postby JPCJedi » Wed Feb 18, 2009 11:05 am

The cockpit may be wide, but the orange highlights are accurate, if messy. Maybe you could remove the orange round tiles and stick to only 1x2 grills as the highlights.

Great MOC in any case.
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Re: [SW] V-wing Speeder from Rogue Squadron N64

Postby Ty55 » Wed Feb 18, 2009 1:11 pm

JPCJedi wrote:The cockpit may be wide, but the orange highlights are accurate, if messy. Maybe you could remove the orange round tiles and stick to only 1x2 grills as the highlights.

Great MOC in any case.


I ran out of Orange grills .. :D

But I even agree with the cockpit statement, if you read the Moc pages description, I just couldn't do that and get the canopy to fit in between the plates :( Mostly down towards the nose, It was the only way I could accomplish the shape that I wanted.
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