Space 1999 Eagle Launchpad in LEGO

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    I felt my microscale Eagle needed a launchpad. Ta-da!

    (Apologies for the poor photography and photoshopping!)

    FateHeart, r a p h y, .Bricko, lsgc, and 96 other people added this photo to their favorites.

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    1. car_mp 30 months ago | reply

      Fantastic work

    2. Tagl 30 months ago | reply

      Brilliant! Both the pad and the eagle.

    3. Ochre Jelly 30 months ago | reply

      Thankyou all! I'm particularly pleased with the Eagle. Its adorably swooshably tiny! So if I made the Eagle available as a set, which of you would buy one? Because I can do that. I just need to know the numbers...

    4. leg0fenris 30 months ago | reply

      in love with it!

    5. the oneman 30 months ago | reply

      Yeah, cool...Space 1999, this is my childhood memories... looking at the miniature
      I thought that this is a cap from the bottle :)

    6. OUdaveguy98 [deleted] 30 months ago | reply

      You did a great job here paying homage to a sci-fi classic!

    7. infrapinklizzard 30 months ago | reply

      My first MOC was an Eagle. Of course, since I was using <1975 bricks, and I was 8, it didn't look quite as sharp as this.

    8. ted @ndes 29 months ago | reply

      Don't know why I missed seeing this earlier... Brings back the fond memories...

    9. leg0fenris 29 months ago | reply

      i'd faved it again if i could!

    10. URQUAN 999 14 months ago | reply

      Eagle 2 launch!

    11. El Barto! 14 months ago | reply

      Dude! Excellent! I was just looking at old pics and toys from that show. Time for a re-boot, like BSG, eh?

    12. Ochre Jelly 14 months ago | reply

      ...fyi, there is a reboot in the works, called Space 2099.

    13. URQUAN 999 14 months ago | reply

      That could be awesome..or not...crossing my fingers for the former!

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