well here it is, my second version of my not-so-famous Custom X-wing. well if you are reading this CONGRATULATIONS YOU HAVE NOT LOST INTEREST BY THE FIRST PICTURE. well now that you are here lets have some facts..... ok the lego group's version is the base and shape of the wings and front..... BUT i changed the laser guns, landing gear, storage compartment, colors, cockpit, the top of the main base, engines, details, and exhaust tubes. so there you have it, my X-wing. if you are still reading this, thank you for reading and enjoy the creation.
About this creation
back with new wing design, see the angles of the wing.
Luke Skywalker in his x-wing, hey did anyone who has ever seen Star Wars Episode 5 notice luke leaves his X-wing IN cloud city? and then he uses it in the next movie!
some detail on the back and notice that it is less than my previous version, i realized it was a little too much
wing mounted laser cannon, all light grey now, and smaller at the base
front landing gear, in the last version it didnt have the two supports, only one, so i made it with two. the ONLY drawback is that it doesnt fold as perfect as i would have liked it to. and i needed the blue thing in the base to secure the second support
rear landing gear folded in, it is like my first version of it but more compact
full bottom, see the new landing gear, flipped bottom wing, and where the lego company's model had the storage compartment
rear, the changed color of the knob that controls the wings, and the new angles of the edges
top view, nothing to say here besides please rate and comment
Thank you for the comment, and I will try to correct my mistakes. Why I say the X-Wing's rear should be gray, is because if you look at the T-65 X-Wing Fighter article on Wookieepedia, the X-Wing schematics show the rear as grayish-black. Here is the link: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/File:X-wing_schematics.png
This is a good model! I think instead of making the rear white, you should make it a dark grayish color and add things such as vents and antennas and overall, fun to look-at detailing. Anyhow, good job!