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A-wing on the tarmac


kenliu
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My third model, the second one was not completely completed, so I started the conception and production of the third one. Starting from the sketch, I first constructed the apron in my mind. It is assumed that the ground crew of assembly and maintenance hopes to install the pipeline. The equipment and equipment should be as detailed as possible. Finally, the effort will be spent on the construction of a-wing. It will not be more detailed modelling, but will only use software that is used by the profession, so it will not be 3d printing, and can only be made by hand.

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Go on, I can only do a little bit at night every day

 

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Because the A-wing is in a dispersed state, I temporarily took an X-wing and took a look at the overall layout and proportions.

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I have never understood how the A-wing's hatch opens. It doesn't seem to be right to open forward and open backward. Was it opened from the side? But will this inconvenient way be adopted in the future?

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30 minutes ago, Corsairfoxfouruncle said:

Depending on the production they either slide forward or flip up.
 

https://www.rebelscale.com/scale-lists/star-wars-size-analyses/a-wing-size/#jp-carousel-7751

Thank you for your information, just to answer my doubts,Open backwards, open from the state of the model, it will be blocked by the equipment behind.

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The order of my model making is determined according to the order of the models I purchased. The first one is k2so. The second is Stormtroopers, the third is A-wing, and the fourth is TIE fighter and TIE IN_interceptor........... There are many Star Wars models waiting for me to make, but time is always tight and my progress is very slow. However, the process of searching for materials and pictures when making each model, doing research and design is very interesting.

 

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