U-Wing transport released

I am very happy to announce the release of the free “UT 60-D aka U-Wing transport ship” set.

Free U-Wing paper model from Rogue One A Star Wars story

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This model from the new ship in the Rogue One movie comes in two sizes complete with building instructions. One in the usual size for 28-30mm figures and a smaller version for 15mm figures. Just so you know what you are getting yourself into, have a good look how big the big model is 🙂

U-Wing paper model sizes

If these sizes don’t match your needs, just print it at another scale 🙂

The ship in the movie is featuring blue stripes, but to add some variation you can choose to build this model in these colors … or build a full fleet in all colors!

U-Wing paper model colors

The model also features a version with landing gear (which also serves as a detachable display stand) and these two beautiful troop paper minis by the great David Okum who I adore for his paper minis.

free U-Wing paper model from Star Wars

If you want to build it, get it here.

I made a separate PDF for David Okum’s two paper troopers. Get it here.

I do hope you enjoy the paper model. If you have questions or feedback, let me know. Contact me via eMail or facebook.

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22 Replies to “U-Wing transport released”

  1. Thanks for creating this project, very nicely done. I’ll be building it out of Styrene, your work will be very useful as blue prints. If you like you can follow the build here, I hope you don’t mind me placing this here: http://gattaca67.blogspot.ca/

  2. Geoff, I start with preparing the thicker (white, untextured) core layer to have a stable base and then glue the folded top and bottom half to it. On page 14 you see the three main hull parts separate and then glued to the core layer.

  3. On page 6 of the instructions it seems to imply that you have to cut out the core to match the top hull (and fold the core). Is that how it’s supposed to work?

    Would the tabs that join the cockpit to the hull be a single layer of card, or also include the core?

  4. This is a very clean looking model. One I have added to my collections of SW models. Now all I have to do is get the time and work out a few problems I’m having on other models. Thank you very much for sharing this beautiful model with all of us. wc

  5. Thank you for creating, and thank you for sharing.
    Thank you also for the considerate inclusion of color variants, as layers.

    And as always a thanks to David Okum. I am addicted to his characterful work.

    Carry on, you bring us great happiness.

  6. First of all, thank you all for the kind comments 🙂

    Ralph, about tools needed: modeling knife, ruler and glue in a nutshell. But I will make a post to elaborate in more detail.

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