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X-Wing "Red 4" - The armature & mechanism

Red 4 (labelled as "Blue 4" on production pics) is, with Red 12 (Blue 12), the only ones X-Winsg with a yellow built for ANH. That's why it's very special. Another unique feature of Red 4 is it's R4 unit instead of the R2 units.

While this one was a pyro model, it was painted with great attention (even better than some hero models), with several decals. I was lucky enough to find the original decal sheet they used for this one.

 

The first pic is the X-Wing in primer, in the second picv the base coat, the panelling and the markings are done. Weathering has begun.

Bottom view of the X-Wing and the left side of the fuselage.

IThe yellow of the canopy has been toned down. More weathering was done and the decals have been put in place.

IMisc views.

The stains are, with the yellow canopy, the sign of this ship.

More stains and weathering. Several techniques were used as airbrushing, brush, heavy washes, oils, pastels.

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