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AEGAKS 672 - BOr "SwiftFire" II . SwiftFire is back! . Its back . . . *queue epic music* :P Joking aside, its finally here! I have completed the SwiftFire - again! And he is, if I do say so myself, better than ever! He even has a proper name now! XD Before we get onto the model itself, some credits: Rabid Goldifsh - creator of the AEGAKS series, and CEO Luiz Cambargo, for his AEGAKS 907 - SWh "Ronin", from which this model draws so much insperation. On with the show! The chest. It has become much more horizontal, so as to try and combat a severe case of bad-weight-distrobution. And look! He has a head! :D Big ear-muffs too it seems. The back. The thrusters are now actually thrusters (the top ones at least) (they're not actually thrusters, more jump-jets, but whatever, same difference)! Very happy with how it turned out. And as you can see, in true JTM style, the back of the legs has been heavily neglected. XD Legs. The legs themselves are pretty epic, if I do say so myself, but teh feet . . . ugh, don't get me started on the feet. I wanted to keep them pretty much the same, but ended up having to create a shoddy-lloking black extention to combat weight distrobution and a problem I will mention in the afterword. Pilot Block ejected. I kept teh extra side armour which pops off, since it is so plain useful for keeping teh weight down. Chest with Pilot Block ejected. Sword! He has a weapon! yes, I know it is only a melee one, but hey, ball joints aren't the best at holding something up (I would have used clip ones, but they had all come AWOL on me :/). The sword on its own. Bask in its glory! Afterword: Well, I am very happy with this. It fulfils all my goals, and that fulfils me. However, I encountered a horrible problem. The ball joints in the legs are somewhat "loose", as if the clips inside have been blunted. This means it is a right old pain to stand up (its also why it has those horrible foot extentions). Anyways, it can now stand on its own, and I am happy. Hope you like, please rate and comment! Feedback is much apreciated!


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