Homemade Mini Lego X-Wing

Introduction: Homemade Mini Lego X-Wing

About: I'm an awesome kid who likes star wars and legos!!! (oh yeah and taking electronics apart and messing with them!!!!!)Star Trek is epic! (Above, me as a Borg drone)

I made this for fun and decided to put it on instructables.  This is my first instructable so hope you like it!
P.S. PLEASE VOTE FOR ME!!! Oh and sorry the pictures are bad. the camera I used was the only one I had.

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Step 1: Starting Out: Lego's You Need

here are the lego pieces you will need (reffer to the picture notes)!

Step 2: Building the Body

here you will build the body of the x-wing!!! (reffer to pic notes)

Step 3: The Bottom

now lets biuld the bottom!  (reffer to pic notes)

Step 4: Building the Front End

now lets build the front end! (reffer to pic notes)

Step 5: Working on the Top

now we will work on the top of the x-wing. (reffer to pic notes)

Step 6: Bottom Clip Hook Holders

now lets focus on the bottom

Step 7: The Wings

now we can get to the wings! ( reffer to pic notes)

Step 8: Putting the Wings On

now to put on the wings! (reffer to pic notes)

Step 9: Now the Guns!

we are almost done!  (reffer to pic notes)

Step 10: Attaching the Guns!

last step! (reffer to pic notes)

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    7 years ago on Introduction

    Beg, borrow, or steal a camera that can handle macro photography. Failing that, take the picture from further away, then crop it using something like pixlr.com.

    Your image notes are helpful, but a lot of people are too lazy to even hover over them. If it's useful, add the information to the step itself.

    Keep the projects coming!


    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the advice! I will keep it in mind!