Well, so I finally got around to taking pictures of my latest batch of new ships. Enjoy.
Detainer CC-2200 Interdictor Cruiser in my Republic-era games) is from Utar Ships. It was a good looking model: no flash at all, nice plastic, easy to paint. The T-Wings are scratch-built. The lower wings are molded off a MicroMacines B-Wing.
The planet is the Lego Tatooine. I just glued the round base piece to a can lid (tuna fish size) and primed it black.
E-Wings into an asteroid field.
Gamma-class ATR-6 Assault Transport, and a TIE Cyclone.
Gamma-class Transport is from Utar Ships, and I wasn't as impressed with it as I usually am with Utar's stuff. Don't get me wrong, it's a great model, but the dorsal stabilizer wing and the lower rear wings molded a bit too thin for my taste. One of the lower wings was a bit cracked when i got it (it easily was fixed with glue) and the dorsal wing broke while I was painting it. It looks great though, and was just due to the wings being so finely detailed (which is nearly ridiculous to complain about).
here (not sure if the original forum post of that image is where I got the name from), and I'm just using it as the prototype for the TIE Defender (there seems to be a clear line of design-lineage between the Interceptor to Cyclone to Defender), but designed after the TIE Advanced x7 prototype. I just used the hull I had previously made for my TIE Defenders and put standard Inteceptor wings onto it, instead of inverted wings.
here. Not terribly difficult to assemble. The asteroids are just more primed and based lava rocks from my yard.