1/12 3d printed Cloud Riders Skyblade 221 from Han Solo Movie

Tanolucas

Active Member
While I finished painting the Enfys vehicle, I started to design the second Cloud Riders bike, to be honest, this is the one I like the most of the whole band, it is the Skyblade 221, for those who saw the movie, it is the one with the sidecar.
It is just a little shorter than the Enfys bike, it is around 6 meters. long.

This photo belongs to the book Art Of Solo: A star wars story
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Luckily for me, it shares several components with the M-68, the most important of which are the engines. Here you can see it.
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Obviously I'll use the ones I made for my previous project, the M-68 in 1/12 ..... I don't even have to scale them .... hahaha ...
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Surely, this project will go slower than the previous one because I already have to start working and I won't have so much free time.

Until now, I only present the engines, adjusting the height and distance according to the reference photos and make the sidecar shell.

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Thats all for now.
Cya!
 

Tanolucas

Active Member
I continue with the modeling, now it is the turn of the main body of the bike, the internal modeling of the engines and a little more detail of the sidecar. As for the internal modeling of the engines, I had to appeal to my imagination to do it since there are no photographs of the interior or cross sections to know what it is like. If any of you have internal photos or a cross section, please I ask you to contribute to the cause.


Engines detail
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Main body
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Sidecar engine detail
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more details of the sidecar and general model as it is now
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Cheers!
 

Tanolucas

Active Member
Very cool!
Thanks Analyzer

I think this will become another home-run (y) (y)
Hope it goes well


you do very nice work, cant wait to see more!
Thanks Td


Looks amazing! Where did you learn to get so good at CAD? What program is it?
Hello Murph, thank you for your words.
I always wanted to be able to design my own models from scratch and since my scratching skills are not as good as several colleagues present here in this forum, I dedicated myself to exploring the topic of 3d printing. I started practicing based on youtube video tutorials long before I bought the printer. My method, which I do not know if it is the best, was to set the objective of designing "x" model and solving the problems to do it one at a time.
The program I use is Fusion 360, I love that software.
 

Tanolucas

Active Member
Well, it's been some time since the last updates, but luckily, I was able to model several more parts of the vehicle.

Raw shape of seats


Main seat
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Sidecar seat
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Front stabilizers
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Front components with and without cover
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Handlebar
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Back side components
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Front structure
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All the progress until today
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Cya!!
 

korben44

Master Member
I hope you make this available on your cgtrader account! I am finished printing the Skyblade 300... Like you, the current one you're working on is my favorite.
 

Tanolucas

Active Member
Wow...love it already :cool: :cool:
Thank you very much Joberg, you always present with good comments.


I hope you make this available on your cgtrader account! I am finished printing the Skyblade 300... Like you, the current one you're working on is my favorite.
Yes, of course Korben, when I finish it, I will place it in my CGtrader account. The idea will be to complete all the bikes of the Cloud Riders band.
I imagine that you are going to show us all the progress of assembling and painting the Skyblade 330 with a good post here in the forum.
 

Tanolucas

Active Member
Hello.
Time has passed since the last update, it is because my work occupations keep me somewhat away from the hobby; this project has taken a little longer than I expected.
Luckily, as long as I have some free time, I keep moving forward.

It is also true, that although at first, I thought that this model would be easier to make than the Enfis skyblade 330, I must say that I was wrong. There is much less information on the net about this model and I had to appeal a lot to my imagination to recreate the internal systems of the bike.

I could have left the interior without detailing and only recreate the shell, but it is not the case, I like to recreate my models as if they were a machine that really works, it also gives the possibility of displaying the internal parts. Anyway, let's go to the progress, which is what matters.


Detail of the chassis and internal components.
Think that all the electrical cables and pipes and fuel connections are missing. I recreate them later with real cables.

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This is the finished model, only a few small details are missing that I will add before 3d printing the test model.
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Comparison with the Skyblade 330
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Now I start the printing stage, to check that everything fits and can be printed correctly.
Cheers!!
 

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