Czech TIE Fighter/AT-AT?

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  1. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    Hey guys, can one of you link me to a place I can download this TIE Fighter?

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    I'd like to make some conversions for it (namely, a TIE Interceptor and Defender), but I can't find the model on my hard drive and my Google-fu is weak. I remember that it was a Czech model, and that the original site had an AT-AT for download.
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  3. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    Nope, neither one of those are the one I'm looking for (it's Czech, not American/English). The one at Paper Starships is too low in detail (and a computer model to boot), and Paragon's are based on Shunichi's model which, though fine, is too polygonal for what I want to accomplish.
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    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    @Millenniumfalsehood: Hi, do you have translation of the russian instructions in english ?
  9. Millenniumfalsehood

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    I'm afraid not, but when I built the model I simply studied the TIE filming miniature and built it accordingly and so didn't really need them. Even without studying the original, you can get by with the instructions as-is, because the pictorial information is rather complete.
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    Thanks Milleniumfalsehood. I will try :).
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    Wow! Thanks for those links. I found some models I've been tracking down for for a long time (T-16 Skyhopper) and found some I've not seen before. Thanks, Millennium, for bringing up the question...and thanks to everyone else for providing the links. And Thanks to all those crafty creators for feeding my addiction:thumb::mrgreen: