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Star Wars The Force Awakens - BB-8 Ball Droid
by lilykill, published
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This is the droid your looking for.
Just seen the trailer for episode 7 and thought this droid looked awesome. I still need to add more details but I just wanted to try and get the model done ASAP but cant wait to finish it when I get more details. The model is 1:1 scale with the head being roughly being the same diameter as R2's. But this can be changed later when we know more about the droid.
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Just finished the model to the best reference images I have. Enjoy.
Two piece models added.
head and body without stub end and insert added.
hollow versions of body and head added.
Neck joint strengthened on single part STL
SolidWorks model added
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