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Greetings, Galactic Citizens!

It's time for our next Showcase thread, and this week we'll be looking at the Slayn & Korpil A/SF-01 B-wing Starfighter.  Designed to be a replacement for the Y-wing, the B-wing sports heavy weaponry and sensor packages allowing for coordinated strikes against capital ships.  Let's see your take on these unique ships!

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18 minutes ago, JediRush24 said:

Barry, do the s.foils on that move? If so how's it done! Lol always nice work by you ..

Ha Ha no they are glued in place.

the wing hinges are the masts from the GW Battle Fleet Gothic imperial & Chaos Cruisers :D

I like the closed wing position of the B-wing as it gives it a nice cross section profile......a flying wing.

All the best,

Barry. 

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Been one of my fav ships since I first saw it on screen .. always great stuff done by everyone on this side of the forums, and always nice constructive criticism .. I've enjoyed lurking over here looking at others work ...

So, anyone mod this ships wings, or done the rotating cockpit? Show us!

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I modified mine by using a razor saw to cut the cockpit and the "bulb" at the rear off, leaving the "collar" area in place. I drilled a hole through the collar big enough for a piece of styrene rod (the axle). Then I drilled holes in the cockpit and the bulb to match the one in the collar. Glue the cockpit on the axle, push it through the collar, and carefully glue the bulb on and its done. The tricky part is drilling the holes to line up with each other, but if you do it right, it works like a charm.

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Now with 100% more magnet!  Not as cool as what's on the way from the factory, but not bad for my first try at magnets.  And I even kinda like the repaint.

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Edited by Kleeg005
fix links...again

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