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Hope you don't mind me posting this. I've just created a new set over on LEGO IDEAS based on Close Encounters of the Third Kind. Any support would be very much appreciated. Any feedback is also very much welcome! SUPPORT HERE ! Thank you in advance!
divingfaces posted a topic in LEGO Sci-FiThe Flying Saucer piloted by the Greys - Luckily it didn't crash this time! Ready to explore the far reaches of space (and Earth now and again!). The Flying Saucer has retractable landing legs so that it can be displayed as having landed or can be flown about with the landing legs up and fully secured. Three of the Aliens come with their own piece of Alien technology and the other one has a map (even Alien's can get lost!) Please support my idea. Any feedback is also very much welcome! Thank you in advance! VOTE HERE
Y Soser Hedfan by David Roberts, on Flickr Y Soser Hedfan translates into English as The Flying Saucer. It was used as a single-seat space racer, suitable for operating in planets' atmospheres and deep space. Millennia after alien space pirates had terrorised the galaxy in ships such as The Jaws of Death, their blue and yellow striped spacecraft were famous as some of the fastest space racers. These ships would race both in and out of planets' atmospheres at incredible speeds. In those days, men were real men, women were real women, and small furry creatures from Alpha Centauri were real small furry creatures from Alpha Centauri. The requirement for atmospheric performance led ships in this category to be streamlined and have lifting bodies and/or wings. Other examples included ships such as the Furias and the Tangerine Dream. This led to vessels being very smooth and free of the "greebles" much beloved of spaceship spotters, floating around in their zero-g anoraks. Y Soser Hedfan by David Roberts, on Flickr By the time of , the aliens had been in contact with the spacemen of Classic Space for many years. They had begun to adopt many of the spacemen's habits, including a love of tea and biscuits. Inevitably this led to the consumption of items such as rich teas, custard creams and even garibaldis in the cockpit. After a terrible crumb triggered pilot induced oscillation, it became normal to hoover out the pilot's position after each flight.This last photo shows a dejected Crumb Removal Operative (Vacuum 2nd Class), setting off for his second task of the day: cleaning out the stalls of the kidnapped cows. The high suction power of the hoovering machines often led to horrific accidents, with the mangled bovines being returned to Earth. FOURTH WALL This is the first MOC that I've posted onto Eurobricks. I think that I've read the various posting rules and tutorials but I've committed any faux pas, please do let me know.