4506 Scarlet sniper & Ghosttail
The Scarlet Sniper is a pretty small build so there were plenty of parts left. The Ghosttail is what I made from the plentiful leftovers. I started with the front section, wanting to do something different, and added the large wings, or tails next. I wanted it to have a solid body so made several attempts to combine it with the wings so they would fit strongly enough. I gradually built up the layers on top and finished it off with the bottom side, which took some variations until I was satisfied enough. The twin tails followed a bit later when I reviewed the result and found it alright but thinking it could be improved. The tails were basically made by using all the remaining parts that followed the color scheme and had hinge parts. It is a bit of an odd creature. Without the tail you could make it into a kind of submersible or spaceship. Plenty of flexibility with regard to play. In that sense it makes a good pair with the Scarlet Sniper which also works without its tail.
The third model has no name as I have no idea what kind of sea creature it could be, perhaps some kind of jellyfish, and I can't really think of nice alternate name. I did not really plan for another model as I was just playing with the remaining parts. That I include it in the set is only because I think the model is still decent enough, although it lack real charm.
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