Wow, that's so cool, especially for the microscale! The design of the ships is awesome, you captured the shape of all three models with such a small amount of parts. The greebles on the death star corridor look cool, too. Great job! :-))
Ilthis is great! I love the detail! I love the Micro tie fighter design! My only complaint is that the tie fighters and tie advanced are a bit to small compared to the x-wing. But besides that it's great!
October 31, 2011
Brilliant ! love it.....its time for a brew !.....
Truly marvelous! Your micro Tie Fighters are exceptional. Great scene.
I like it
February 6, 2011
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I disagree about a comment one of the dudes wrote about this work. He said it needs more details. I know Death Star had a lot of details but i don't think it's necessary since this MOC is micro scaled and forcing a lot of details would corrupt it. It is perfect as it is! A very good idea and an awesome performance. Those tie fighters are instantly recognizable and the X wing as well. One thing is bothering me here. X wing is the same size as those tie fighters altogether but let's look the other way on that one ;))
I love the texture on the death star, and all of the little details. The fighters themselves are very well done. The designs are simple (which allows them to be mass-produced) yet are easily recognizable. The x-wing guns are my favorite.
What a great way to present this scene! The best part by far is the awesome usage of those collectible minifig ski-poles as guns on the X-Wing! All you need now is a few turrets on the edge of the trench. Great work!
Yep, those ski sticks beg for that use. That's the first thing I did with them too. The trench is a bit too smooth to my opinion: where are the cannons, obstacles, overall greeble? And the Death Star surface is way too symmetrical. This could use an update, don't you think?