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Old 03-06-2013, 08:07 PM   #1
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Default Dragon's Domain "Graveyard" ships model kit parts?

Hello. I am trying to identify the plastic model kits used by Martin Bower when creating the "graveyard spaceships" seen in Dragon's Domain.

Do you have any corrections to my list?

http://www.martinbowersmodelworld.co...ce_199912.html

"Graveyard ship 1" is a green spaceship that incorporates major structural elements from 1/32 scale Apollo Command Module (the heat shield and aft bulkhead), 1/144 Saturn V second stage, 1/110 Mercury-Atlas and 1/24 Gemini descent capsule plastic model kits.

"Graveyard ship 2" is another realistic design incorporating parts from spacecraft plastic model kits. Like the Interplanetary Space Station, the main body comprises 1/144 scale Saturn V second and third stages.

"Graveyard ship 3" consists of a spherical front section (probably a 1/24 scale Revell "Vostok" space capsule, mated to a 1/32 Apollo Command Module bulkhead). The conical aft propulsion section was probably taken from the Monogram 1/32 scale Apollo Command Module. The four cylindrical "booster" propellant tanks visible in the foreground are 1/144 Saturn V third stages, covered by 1/144 Vostok rocket pods.

See also --

http://catacombs.space1999.net/main/...2mdragon2.html
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