Stormtrooper transport / freemodel

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by wedge, Feb 29, 2008.

  1. wedge

    wedge Member

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    I´m working on this model because I can´t wait for moldy crow without any SW spaceship :) my plans are to build diorama of stormtrooper transport landed on some foreign planet ...so I hope i can make it :rolleyes:
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  2. CJTK1701

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    Looks like you're off to a great start.:thumb: Did you get the mesh from a game?
  3. wedge

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    It is 3D model from X-wing alliance , I was wondering of making the diorama of the crashed and abandoned transport :)
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    That would be cool too.
  5. wedge

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    I want to repaint it and put it into diorama , so there is no retouch :)
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  6. cgutzmer

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    Marvelous textures! And a great build to boot :)
    Chris
  7. Traveller

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    I like that. How big is that stormtrooper in your picture?
  8. wedge

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    Hello , thank you both :) Stormtrooper is 3,5 cm high and the foto is a fake , because he is higher than the transport :-D
  9. Millenniumfalsehood

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    I had a plan to do a similar thing with my Delta-class Stormtrooper Transport, but I had several layers of panelling because of the hatches on the neck and on top of the vehicle. Well done so far!
  10. Traveller

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    Ha! I get it, its forced perspective. Well done!