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Eagle Card Model 1 by Frohickey Eagle Card Model 1 by Frohickey
Here is a card model I made based on the fairly well-known spacecraft from the 70's TV series, "Space:1999." It was not a downloaded pattern but one I drew up myself. I studied a small miniature and designed the layout of the parts to be scanned and printed out. It took about 4 sheets of white card stock to make all the components. One thing about this vehicle is that it has many redundant parts so I only had to draw out one of each kind and then duplicate the pattern however number of times I needed to. I used pigment pens and Tria markers to apply the colours. I then photoshopped in the "Moonbase Alpha" markings after finding a suitable graphic online.
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heavyoxide Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Nicely done.  I would recommend to check out resinilluminati.com/index.php   They have some studio prop artist there who do wonder in scratchbuilding.  I use them for reference when making my paper models, especially in the sci-fi department.  Keep up the good work and thanks for sharing.
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Rogbodge Featured By Owner May 8, 2014
This would make a GREAT download!
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leniere309 Featured By Owner Aug 25, 2013
I just came across your model while doing a search here on DA,  great stuff, I have the full series on DVD collectors set.

Looking at the keyboard in the back ground I guess that the model would be about 45 to 50 cm long when finished.

Once again 'Great Stuff'.

Cheers.
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Frohickey Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2013
Thank you. The model is about 35-40 cm.
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Lonjho Featured By Owner May 15, 2011
Great model indeed.
However, I couldn't find the rear section in your gallery, you know, where the fuel tanks and the thrusters are...
Any suggestions?
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Frohickey Featured By Owner May 16, 2011
Here is that last page of parts for the Eagle model. [link]
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:iconlonjho:
Lonjho Featured By Owner May 15, 2011
Great model indeed.
However, I couldn't find the rear section in your gallery, you know, where the fuel tanks and the thrusters are...
Any suggestions?
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Frohickey Featured By Owner May 16, 2011
I suggest you abandon this version of the model and instead, focus on this improved model I created. It's more accurate and more precisely designed than my earlier, hand-drawn version. :) [link]
There are 6 pages of parts to print and cut out.(although you need to print out page 1 twice to get the correct number of landing gear parts)
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gfoyle Featured By Owner May 4, 2009
Awesome! Is the pattern available to download?
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Frohickey Featured By Owner May 5, 2009
I can make the patterns available to you online. No one's ever asked before.
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