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Star Wars: Hold it ... hold it ... FIRE! . My first attempt at making a sort of vignette. I heard a vignette is an 8*8 plate on which is presented a scene. Mine is very different and I don't think it can be called a vignette because it does not share the original shape. However, it's closer to a vignette than anything else, so I don't know. Can you guys bring the answer to light? . Jedi general (which happens to be my Jedi sig-figgy Aiko): Hold your fire... hold it... hold it... FIRE! Here is Aiko slicing off a droid's head. I got this idea somewhere off MOCpages. If it's yours, please let me know so I can give you credit. Here is Captain Bolt (who also happens to be my clone sigg-figgy) flaming up a super battle droid. As you can see here, from the top, the two flame pieces look like they are alined, even though they aren't. And here is the "alignement" effect. This is the vignette without minifigs. Yup, pretty boring. And here's a farewell picture, illustrating all the action going on. May the Force be with you


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