A couple of years ago I picked up a couple of Revell Star Wars "Easykits" , the V-19 Torrent Starfighter and the Magnaguard Starfighter . While neither ships are particular favourites of mine and not models I would have gone out of my way to buy/build , they were both so heavily discounted that I couldn't resist picking them up , if only for " rainy day " builds . Anyhoo , although it hasn't rained , this week I found myself relaxing in the garden and looking for a low pressure therapeutic project . Long story short , out came the fighters . As I said , the ships are not amongst the "classic" Star Wars designs , but as I progressed with the build(s) , I began to warm to the style of the craft , especially the Magnaguard Fighter . Star Wars has always referred to WW2 aircraft in my opinion and this is especially true of this design . It brought to mind the USAF's " P38 Lightning" and while researching , I discovered that the official designation of the ship is in fact the " P38 Rogue Class Starfighter "! As has been stated before , ignoring the "Snap fit" element of the kits and building them as "regular" models pays dividends as they reveal themselves as pretty good models . While filling the seams of the P38 and realising that the ( actually quite nice )factory paint job would have to go , I decided to paint it up as Bounty Hunter Cad Bane's ship , the "Xanadu Blood " , which featured in the Clone Wars episode "Children of the Force " . Why the model wasn't marketed as this version is a bit of a mystery , as Hasbro did so with the toy version . Both models were painted using spray cans I had handy and weathering is being done with pastel chalks . Neither model is finished , but this is how they look after a couple of nights work .