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Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


Since the board seems to have life. I have been inspired to make this doodle of a Phoenix Squadron A-wing from star wars Rebels, scaled to 4.65 meters which, I believe is this is the size of 50Stone's A-wing.

Technically this is not a Disney Movie, but i think "Rebels" falls under the new Disney Cannon. So i believe this is the appropriate location

http://i407.photobucket.com/albums/pp152/Jeremydm91/Phoenix%20Squadron%20A-wing%20fighter_zps4gzdwhq2.png?472

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Re: Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


here is another version i did at 9.6 meters, the Cannon size according to wookiepedia

http://i407.photobucket.com/albums/pp152/Jeremydm91/Phoenix%20Squadron%20A-wing%20fighter%209.6METER_zpsafuljy7c.png?t=1496973825?221
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Re: Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


Both versions look good.
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Re: Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


Thanks, Might do these version next if i get the energy
http://imgur.com/Etyl8fV
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Re: Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


Cool. Does that include the Pelta-class frigate too?
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Re: Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


Anything Capital Ship scale 100+ meters would be quite the project in this scale. especially if you were going to do the interior. Petla-class is 282.24 meters so i wouldn't expect the pelta at this scale for a bit. A scale for capital ship interiors is a thing that would be a cool idea for discussion,though i imagine it would not be the first time. perhaps another scale would also would work for large space stations. i have played with scales for light freighters and smaller capitals before. even a scale at 5 or 1 pixel per meter is much easier to tackle lager ships with. light freighters and starfighters at a capital ship scale make it easy to make hangers and star port layouts without making massive image files.
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Re: Rebels, Phoenix Squadron A-wing


Unless you're feeling adventurous, your best bet is to pick a scale that allows you to draw the ship or station or whatever on an image 2000 pixels wide or less.

M20 would be for ships up to 100 m
M5 would be for ships up to 400 m
M1 would be for ships up to 2000 m

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