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Old 19-07-2003, 05:38 PM   #1
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Default Working on some starwars stuff

Im try mY hand at some starwars stuff, If any experts out there can help please don’t be shy. Here’s my first attempt with some light sabers.
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Okay, the snatch is okay, but the laser... It is too peaked (horny, you know...)...
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i agree the blades of the light sabres are much more rounded at the end. there is a company out there somewhere that makes high quality replicas of starwars lightsabres. Find that site and you will be able to get some excellent reference materials



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yeah here's the site:

http://www.masterreplicas.com/starwa...ducts.asp?sid=

hellish expensive though! and Count Dooku's one looks like something you'd see on Eurotrash!!!

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