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Arwing Air . Something I made when I was supposed to be doing my History homework. . So you are probably looking at those pictures thinking 'That is one odd Arwing...'. Well, it technically is one, but not the conventional form. An evolution, perhaps. I built this when a friend of mine challenged me to build an Arwing using exactly 42 pieces (don't ask why) where six of them are those long beam things that I used for the wings/gravity diffusion. I was originally going to use them as body pieces, but I took inspiration from the Macbook Air, which, as you may know, it freakishly thin, yet very capable. Using an Assault model as a basis, I built an 'Arwing Air', which is very small, yet capable, like the Macbook Air. That same friend also is building one. That will be posted when It is done/has pictures.

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