DIY: Starwars X-Wing

Introduction: DIY: Starwars X-Wing

Origami Starwars X-Wing

Difficulty level 3/5

X-wing starfighters were a type of starfighter marked by their distinctive S-foils that resembled an 'X' in attack formation.During the Galactic Civil War, the Rebel Alliance used T-65B X-wing starfighters in a number of battles, including the Battle of Yavin and the Battle of Endor.
Approximately thirty years later,a different variation of X-wing, the T-70 were used by the Resistance, whereas a more advanced model, the T-85, was used by the New Republic Starfleet.

This particular paper model is supposed to replicate the T-65B X-wing starfighter that was first seen in Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope

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Step 1: Materials

All you need for this project is a square piece of paper

Step 2: Instructions

This is a very detailed piece of origami. It requires many intricate folds and it has a pretty high difficulty level. Due to its difficulty I provided two instruction types( Video and Picture) . The Pictures go step by step and so does the video. You can choose which method you'd like to use

Step 3: Picture Instructions

Follow the Pictures

Step 4: Pictures Continued

Skip this step if you plan to learn via Video

Step 5: Video Instructions

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Step 6: X-Wing Complete

Thats it for my x wing tutorial, I hope you liked it. If you have any requests for what you would like to see next let me know via comment or message. Thanks again

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