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congrats to Pcoz for making the RPF twitter feed yesterday!!
Excellent job, Pcoz! Beautiful work!
Looks brilliant! It reminds me of the large scale X wing that ILM built. Well done
Well....there's a reason for that. When I started weeding through the internet for reference photos, that big X-Wing (one off I'm assuming) on display was the one I found first.
Shhhhhh, don't tell anybody, but I didn't know the difference between a Revel X-Wing or an ILM X Wing back then....lol
In the end, I referenced the that large X-wing, the Red 5 Studio, Red 3 Studio, movie stills, and my own artistic liberty.....viola
Thanks for checking it out. Your own X-Wing is looking fantastic.
Can that be illuminated? Maybe print it in a clear would have so much lighting possibilities?Re: Pcoz's Hasbro Hero Star Wars X-Wing Conversion
I didn't mean to hijack the thread but wanted to share my cockpit for Hasbro Hero X-Wing:
More info here:
Limited Run - INCOM T-65 X-Wing Cockpit in 1/18 (Hasbro Hero), 1/24 (Studio Scale) and 1/29 (Revell
Thank you so much!I know this thread is an old one and it would be a "necropost", but after reading every single page of this incredible build, I just had to post in this topic! What turned into a cursory look-through an old topic ended up becoming a considerable portion of my day being wowes and awed by the process recorded herein. :yay:
This has to be one of the most extensive rebuilds I have ever seen of a toy into a true replica! My hats off to Pcoz and his tenacity, skill and determination into making this!!!
Take a bow, my friend! You deserve every accolade you get on this masterpiece! Bravo!!!
You're so welcome! Thank you for sharing this with everyone here at RPF!Thank you so much!
If you did really read it all (I don't even think my powers of concentration would allow me even do that, lol) I appreciate your dedication and interest. As you can tell, I taught myself along the way. It was a great experience to figure things out with a lot of help from this community.