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Clone Blaze Trooper
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From Wookieepedia: Heavily armored and jet-propelled, the blaze troopers were hulking figures in their heavy combat armor, which appeared similar to that later worn by the Imperial Zero-G assault stormtroopers.

They were tasked with "blazing" through enemy lines and clearing accumulated battlefield debris out of the way of advancing infantry, using their wrist-embedded flamethrowers.

Their preferred method of attacking Jedi and most ground enemies was to rush them using their backpacks to increase their speed, and either backhanding the target while flying past or putting a target in a bear hug before slamming them into the ground where upon they would use their flamethrowers on their opponent.

More info here: http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Clone_blaze_trooper

Just found out about these brutes recently, and had to make one.

Partially inspired by NGCHunter2's Master Chief model, and built as illegal as a monkey owning intellectual property. That could also be advertised as: *Digitally Exclusive Model!*
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3 years ago
Render set in Rhen Var, during the Great Galactic War.
3 years ago
Woah! That render is something else!
3 years ago
Thanks crampedalligator and MalMan! Glad you like it.
3 years ago
That render is amazing omg! Nice job
2 years ago
That is such an awesome render! How did you do it??
2 years ago
@ApocalypticBrick Thanks! It took time, strategic lighting placement, and work. Snow was composited in post, and colour has been played with as well.

Take time to learn Blender and work with methods that you haven't used before. Watch lots of tutorials and just tinker and tinker with things. Eventually, with time and patience, you'll get really good.

Check out Blender Guru (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCOKHwx1VCdgnxwbjyb9Iu1g) for some really good videos to help you move in that direction.
2 years ago
Thank you so much! I have already started using it. I am just trying to figure out how to import zmbx files.
2 years ago
how do you use blender and do you have to pay for it?
2 years ago
@duh_brick_man Watch lots of tutorials on how to do it. It's not something that can be explained in text really. Blender is free.
2 years ago
Wow awesome minifigure and AMAZING render!
1 year ago
WOW! Did not know that this existed
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