the x-wing canopy glass looks good - that is some hard stuff to cast.. I have been having a hard time with the smaller blasters myself.. What are you using to mold and cast? I use Smooth on products ... I was able to get spot on with mando helmets - but this is a labor of love.
Of all the products I have used, when it comes to Star Wars items, TAP Platinum Silicone has given me the best results when it comes to my molds. It's translucent, so if you hold the mold up to the light, you can see if there are any air pockets in yoru casting material so you can avoid the expensive mistakes of unusable castings. After being able to see where my mistakes were occuring, I was able to slightly alter the mold to all for a better mold and casting results, and physically see what was working or not working and why. Platinum Silicone is made for no need to de-gas the mold material, but I am so detail oreintated that I still de-gas my mold material with a modified Food Saver Home Vaccuum pump, so I don't have a single air bubble anywhere in the mold.
As you know, the brush on mold making products take days and sometimes weeks to make. Using TAP Platinum Silicone, you can be casting items in 4 to 6 hours in a 2 piece mold, and 2 hours in a single peice mold. If I need to cast products inside my home (which I have to in the winter here in MN), I use castin craft Easy Cast Epoxy, as it's low to no odor, and is simple to use because it's a 1:1 ratio. When it's warmer outside, I can use a more temprature sensitive TAP Clear-Lite Casting Resin and get better results. It actually is too clear at times, and I have to add a pinch of filler to make less than "water clear" and more like the original Star Wars products.
I hear you about being a labor of love. I spent a few thousand dollars teaching myself how to get the desired results before I could make a product that I was comfortable selling to someone. Other than a few Youtube videos, it was all trial and error teaching myself how to make quality products