Jeff Estes, Titusville, Florida
Jeff says, “The spacecraft is from the Pegasus 1/32 scale set of two ‘Alpha Centauri UFO Short Range Saucers.’ There are countless ways to use them in a diorama.” He used Testors paint for basic colors, and Polly S paints for the alien, rocks, and ground. A curved pine base is covered with Woodland Scenics plaster, ballast, grass, shrubs, and moss to model New Mexico terrain. “This is my interpretation of the ‘Roswell Incident,’” he says, recalling the 1947 reports of a UFO crash in New Mexico. “The Air Force said it was a weather balloon in a top-secret program called Mogul, not a saucer. Well, I combined both. Good fun!”
I especially like the extraterrestrial lying on the ground near his spacecraft; little guy looks P'O'd.
Very creative, good fun indeed!
Nice work Jeff
Is the the alien scratch built or from a kit?
It's a thought...
I knew it was real!!!
Everything they said is true, just didn't tell you everything. The alien wasn't wearing his seat belt was he (or it).
Such a great subject! I love the broken glass look
Given enough time the truth will come out, very creative way to use this saucer kit, no seat belts huh ? this is the best diorama of this saucer kit I've seen very well done. Karl
That's what the little gray guys get for flyin' their saucers standing up! "Seat belts? We don' need no stinking seat belts!" That'll teach em not to trust their graviton floor systems past 300 billion par sects.
Nicely executed modeling idea. You don't suppose it actually.........?