Restoring the X-Wing Pyro master patterns and the Hero "repattern"

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moffeaton

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Adding a little extra stuff that isn't accurate and will surely cause hand wringing :)
 

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Rusty Gunn

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Hi Moffeaton....... great thread!
Quick question, what is the "Hero" version and what is the other version you're referring to?
My guess is the original Ep IV ANH X wing versus Ep V version as I've noticed different cockpit panel layout in my research that I never noticed when seeing the films at the time or later on.
Sorry, I'm sure it's a lame question but any explanation is appreciated. Would anyone happen to know of a thread where this is all explained?
Thanks very much!
Jim.
 

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Jkirkon

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The devil is in the details, and those extra details are devilish!!! Amazing work!

They really do add much depth to the 1/24 model, and will absolutely make the larger one come alive!!!!
Can’t wait for more updates.
 

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jontom

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Hi Moffeaton....... great thread!
Quick question, what is the "Hero" version and what is the other version you're referring to?
My guess is the original Ep IV ANH X wing versus Ep V version as I've noticed different cockpit panel layout in my research that I never noticed when seeing the films at the time or later on.
Sorry, I'm sure it's a lame question but any explanation is appreciated. Would anyone happen to know of a thread where this is all explained?
Thanks very much!
Jim.

An original pyro fuselage was scanned and scaled up to match the built-but-never-used 4-foot model.

This should help:


With all the details and additions being made, it's not a match to a studio model, but it is a very nice *big* X-wing. If I was building an x-wing at this scale I would do the exact same thing. :)
 

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