Stuart Ng (silentaxis@geocities.com)
Thu, 20 May 1999 13:45:19 -0700


Well, blame TPM's designs on a Chinese guy. :) I seen him before too,
he's really young; forgot his name though.

>On May 20, 3:14pm, BlazeEagle@aol.com wasted bandwidth discussing:
>> Subject: Re: [gundam] SPOILER![WOT] Star Wars Reaction
>> In a message dated 5/20/1999 9:14:10 AM Eastern Daylight Time,
>> fujimura@andrew.cmu.edu writes:
>>
>> > Yeah, it's funny, isn't it?
>> >
>> > X-Wings are what I call "ageless" design. It's so good, it still looks
>> > cool several decade after it was designed ( I didn't want to call it
>> > classic). Maybe in another half a century, it'll look aged...
>> >
>> > Droids are much better in TPM, but ships, brrr......
>>
>> People seem to forget this is a Prequel, therefore the ships are older
then
>> the ones from the 3 SW movies already made. They have to look older,
then the
>> X-Wings, A-wings, etc.
>>
>> Aaron
>
>
>People also seem to forget that they've had 20 odd years to jack off to the
>divine perfection of every design from the first three movies but this new

>one is just coming out. There's no way to tell right now which ones would
>be considered better/cooler designs. We haven't seen episode 2 or 3 yet,
>either.
>
>
>
>Alfred.
>
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