Deagostini X-wing fighter 1:18 (Star Wars)

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Re: Deagostini X-wing fighter 1:18 (Star Wars)

Postby conqueror060 » Tue Aug 21, 2018 9:53 pm

I'm wondering if the build pattern will be the same as Millennium Falcon. Not only screw together parts, but also glue small details and paint/customize parts. Or it is
a simplified build?

I really enjoyed building Falcon in this way.
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Re: Deagostini X-wing fighter 1:18 (Star Wars)

Postby Mark » Wed Aug 22, 2018 5:54 am

I guess nobody knows at the moment, but it might be worth keeping an eye on the US Facebook page. It starts in a week or so over there.
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Re: Deagostini X-wing fighter 1:18 (Star Wars)

Postby royjess » Thu Aug 23, 2018 8:22 am

conqueror060 wrote:I'm wondering if the build pattern will be the same as Millennium Falcon. Not only screw together parts, but also glue small details and paint/customize parts. Or it is
a simplified build?

I really enjoyed building Falcon in this way.


I should imagine that they will want to stretch out the build to over 100 issues to maximise their profits, so I would expect that if will be similar to building the Millennium Falcon with lots of add on bits as well as any inaccuracy's (not intentional) will be down to individuals to add their own customising detailing. We will have to wait and see when this comes out to find out for sure
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