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COlson

Active Member
This is my completed Tie Fighter model build from Revell / Fine Molds. I added photo etch to the interior walls for lighting and some photo etch details to the exterior of the ship to present a more accurate representation. I also lit the engines and have a button on my base to make the lasers fire. There is a also a random Tie sound effects button on my base as well.

And here's a link to my completed build video on YouTube, where you can see the engines and laser fire in action.




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korben44

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Love the interior lighting! Great idea of using the photo etch to allow the light to shine through! I now have to revisit my 1/48 Revell Tie Fighter and copy you!
 

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