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Rebel and Republic Starfighters by Majestic-MSFC Rebel and Republic Starfighters by Majestic-MSFC
Here is a a complete list of my Rebel and Republic Starfighters. This will be updated whenever I made a new fighter. They are all to scale.

Designs by:
Z-95, X-wing, Y-wing, V-wing, B-wing and A-wing by LucasArts
E-wing by Brand-X and Fate of the Galaxy Dev Team
D-wing by Industrial Light and Magic modeler Warren Fu
H-wing and Gamma 2 by Adam Kopala
NTB-630 by Howard Day, thanks to Major Payne for assistance with the model.

All models and textures by Majestic aka me.
Special thanks to Adam Kopala for allowing me to use his own models to make low poly versions of his designs.
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Arkov-Bane Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013
I still love the X-Wing and would choose it over the E-Wing 
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Majestic-MSFC Featured By Owner Dec 16, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah I still prefer the X-wing design over the E-wing, even the XJ X-wing design I prefer. Something I plan to do a little later down the track. 
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Arkov-Bane Featured By Owner Dec 18, 2013
If I could have the pick of which fighters I would bring into combat, I would use the X-Wing as my main dogfighter with the ARC-170 as the premier bomber/assault craft and a heavily modified Z-95 as a close support craft. But then again I have made my own designs as well.
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Majestic-MSFC Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Ah an Incom fan. I do too like their designs. I think I am actually more a fan of the Z-95 than the other two. 
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Arkov-Bane Featured By Owner Dec 20, 2013
I am very much an Incom fan. 
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Majestic-MSFC Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah they are great designs. I should have some more Incom designs/models (about 5-6) coming sometime early next year. 
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Arkov-Bane Featured By Owner Dec 22, 2013
My fighters are based off the Incom fuselage and my bomber in particular is designed to house more then one person. You can see more examples of them here: www.facebook.com/pages/Allianc…
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Majestic-MSFC Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice work, it is a bit of an departure from the more classic Incom look which is good, I like that. 

One of my upcoming designs is a re-work of the Z-95, making the 2 engine version with the four exhausts. It's a vastly superior model to the one I currently have (it was the first fighter I did actually). 
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delta7Xx Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013
  ones that i recognize: B-wing, Z-95, X-wing, E-wing, Y-wing, (the one next to the Y-wing, is that an H-class?) A-wing, V-wing, H-wing, D-wing and one i cannot identify. a few you need: K-wing bomber, ARC-170 heavy fighter, V-19 interceptor.
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Majestic-MSFC Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
The one next to the Y-wing is the NTB-630 Bomber, a Republic design. It was mentioned in various canon but never had a design, Howard Day did a design that has been adopted by the Fan gaming community as the official TTB-630. 

I have a V-19 un-textured and an ARC-170 which is almost complete in it's modeling. Due to these being low poly for game use I have avoided the K-wing due to the missiles but I do believe one day I will give it a shot and see how low I can get it with sufficient detail. All of these models are under the 2,000 poly mark (except the B-wing which is a little over 2,100 if memory serves). I also have a new Z-95 model (the two engine version) that needs texturing as well. If you watch me (if you haven't already), when I do get around to doing them you'll be notified. I am currently working on another Star Wars fighter. I am about 1/3-1/2 through it's texturing. 
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