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This article shows a step-by-step guide on how to model a Koensayr Manufacturing BTL Y-Wing Starfighter straight from the Star Wars Universe!

Step 1: Materials

Materials in this project includes varying sizes of wooden popsicle sticks.  Tongue depressors were specially useful for wide pieces and wood stirrers you can knock off at your local starbucks were used for smaller pieces like the Y-wing's engines.

Varying toothpicks can be used for the much smaller pieces like the Y-wing's blaster and ion cannons.

Wooden spoons were used for the round exhaust nozzles.
<p>The amazing thing about using Popsicle sticks is that they really are hard wood. Not like balsa wood. So it really holds its shape, is very, very durable, and will last forever if taken care of. Just keep the art work away from termites! HAHAHA! Beautiful work my friend....absolutely beautiful! </p>
OK, popsicle stick crafts are officially epic now. :)
You MUST make more of these hahaha! I can't wait to try these out. I wanna see the A-wing, or a Naboo Starfighter....or a Tie Fighter :3
Your Star Wars models are simply amazing! Thanks so much for sharing. I'm going to have to try and make one myself.
Very cool!! Definitely showing this to my son. Thanks! :)
How very cool!! Well done!

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