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LDD G1-M4-C Dunelizard Starfighter (style 1)
Some real Lego pictures included too at the end!
About this creation
Well, here's my second starfighter from the game of Star Wars Galaxies. This is the style 1 version of the Dunelizard medium starfighter. I might be building the style 2 sometime. In the expanded universe, this is produced by MandalMotors and is a step up from the M3-A Scyk fighter .

Maybe the longest build was the engine and aft fusalage... but evey thing came together very nicely. This ship is obviously part of a pirate gang...
















With the end of LDD DesignBy Me coming to a close, I decided to do some buying... and sent it to my brother (he is here if you want to see his stuff!) where he did an awesome review of it. Unfortuently, it is not as strong as I would have hoped for it, but while using LDD, you can only go so far as there is no way to really check. Here are some pictures of the beast that he took of it, enjoy!









And... the origional . For those who wish to learn more.


Hope you enjoyed this!

Tusky




Comments

 I made it 
  January 21, 2012
Great pictures Sno! Thank you! It still looks great despite its faults! :D
Tuskano Raidaro
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dominick zola
  December 11, 2011
My friend, I used to play this game, i flew the ADV. X-wing. played on server chilastra.. i havent uploaded anything in awhile but i would like to build something to commerate the ending of this fantastic game on the 15'th. On to the model, This is a very good model of that fighter. i never flew it but my pals did. Well done, and never forget what a great game SWG was.
 I made it 
  December 11, 2011
Quoting dominick zola My friend, I used to play this game, i flew the ADV. X-wing. played on server chilastra.. i havent uploaded anything in awhile but i would like to build something to commerate the ending of this fantastic game on the 15'th. On to the model, This is a very good model of that fighter. i never flew it but my pals did. Well done, and never forget what a great game SWG was.
Was never much of a rebel player myself but I did have a rebel ace who flew an A-wing. My main guy always flew a Arc or V-wing. But yea, Starsider is where I am at now... thinking I might try for some pvp in deep space in its last days. And thank you very much! I never flew this style myself as well, although my younger brother did. I always perfered the style 1.
 I made it 
  December 11, 2011
Quoting Anders T You´ve got some good things going on here: The tilted wings(For those that don´t use LDD: Thats a real killer), the engine, the different cockpitshapes.... IMHO it could benefit by some SNOTwork here and there.
Thank you very much! Even though its somewhat limited, LDD is fun to use. I think the cockpit turned out really well, because LDD only has a handfull of useable glass for such use. I wanted to get out of the green bubble that I used for the other ships. Hmm... SNOTwork would be interesting, but I think I would only beable to do that if I had it physically.
 I like it 
  December 11, 2011
You´ve got some good things going on here: The tilted wings(For those that don´t use LDD: Thats a real killer), the engine, the different cockpitshapes.... IMHO it could benefit by some SNOTwork here and there.
 
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