Alpha Centauri Mishap

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ok, this is something I have been working in between my car projects, the alpha centauri UFO's. The scene depicts two aliens surveying earth, when one gets too close to a car and scratches the back of it. To show that not all alien life is intelligent the alien gets his ridiculously big implement to scratch a note into the cars paint. i came up with some hyroglyphs for the alien language, and scratched it into the boot lid, basically saying, "sorry I scratched your ship"

the alien's tool/weapon is made up from scrap parts from various sources. The wall and pavement are made from Chemiwood, and the base has two pieces of 1/35 scale cobble stone roadway, on top of Modroc and perspex. The alien ships, are lit with strands of electroluminescent wire and powered with a 6v inverter.

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steve

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Posted

I like how you think :D

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Posted

Neat

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Posted

That's cool :)

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Posted

Oh I like that, I really, really like that.

G

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Posted

Sweet!

You know, allegedly, a UFO did buzz (and damage) a police car in North Dakota in 1979...

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Posted

That's a really cool concept and it's very well modeled. I like this a lot. B)

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Great scene. Love it!

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Sweet!

You know, allegedly, a UFO did buzz (and damage) a police car in North Dakota in 1979...

It was actually Minnesota in 1979.

http://www.ufocasebo...heriff1979.html

Handled by MiB

B)

G

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Posted

North Dakota.... Minnesota... what's the difference, right? :P

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None whatsoever.

I give the copper props for even attempting a story like that.

I usually was "cut off" by a black sedan that failed to yield............................................

:mellow:

G

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Posted

That is too cool!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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To those of us in Minnesota it makes a diffrence! :PB) Nice work!

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That's the niceset thing about living in Nevada,

PO'd wife: "where you been?"

Answer: "Aliens"

B)

G

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Posted

Thanks guys. It makes a change to do something a bit different.

Steve

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Posted

Neat little diorama. I like it.

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Posted

Nice lighting effects add a lot to your diorama.

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Posted

Man now thats just the coolest thing ever!!!I love it!!,cool work with the lighting.

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Posted

Very cool break fom the norm!!!

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Posted

What? No anal probe??? :lol:

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What? No anal probe??? :lol:

I hate to tell you this, Harry, but I think that's what he's carrying ! :huh::o

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Well, it could covert into an anal probe, you what these aliens are like. :D

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Posted

Or maybe it says "greetings Earth men. My mommanem had a ol' ford jus' like dis one back on Uranus. Wanna sell 'er cheap? Y'oughta 'cause the paint's scratched."

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Well I don't think the insurance would cover accidental alien collisions, so the owner would have to sell. :lol:

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That a very fun and nicely done diorama. I like it.

Scott

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