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Back to the hangar by Mapper Back to the hangar by Mapper
Took Greywolf Starkillers Eagle[link] and added some goodies.

Took James Murphys Booster, and Meta Module, chopped up and retextured then parented parts to StarKillers Eagle. Then set out to destroy and rebuild and texure James Landing platform. Now it lowers and the gantrie extends and retracts. Not to mention added some additional details.

I used Hexagon to cut open the disk so the elevator would work.

James goodies found here [link]

Thanks for looking EDIT Updated booster pack Hit f5 for refresh
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Hollowdeck5 May 7, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Absolutely gorgeous render :)
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DrOfDemonology Dec 16, 2012  Professional Writer
Given that I'm so old that I grew up on Space: 1999, that I still have 2 orignal Dinky-made Eagles, this amazing piece of art brings back a lot of fond memories :D

Thank you :)
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:iconmapper:
you are very welcome.
I too grew up with 1999, made it a point to be in the house intime for the show =)
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BigStevieCool Aug 24, 2012  Professional General Artist
eagles with boosters...sweet.
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IanTP Aug 21, 2012  Hobbyist Digital Artist
this is stunning work!
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:iconmapper:
Thank you sir =)
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Arcas-Art Aug 21, 2012  Professional General Artist
VERY cool! I love the "deep space" feel, with the light just coming from the pad. It's also a great angle.... one of the Eagle's sexiest ;) I only wish I had a Poser-friendly version of this pad model. It makes such a great and iconic "display base" :)
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:iconmapper:
Thank you sir =) if you know how to use the poser grouping tool you can clone just the landing pad and create an obj in poser. Scale export, import, center, and boom ya have a poser version of the pad, though it won't have the hole cut for the lift. I had to use hex for that.
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