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Old 09-06-2017, 05:50 AM   #21
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... and pictures of the Rescue Eagle and the VIP Eagle will follow soon.
Lets wait and see if the factory paint job can keep up with the paint job of the advertising model.
Looking at their last model with a factory paint job, the 19inch Hawk, I am very optimistic. The Hawks paint job is one of the best factory paint jobs I have seen up to today. If we will receive that quality in series production I will be very happy.
So far there are only 2 things I would like to be different: The "outlet-edge" of the nozzles from the attitude thrusters could be a more thin and the inserts of the main engine should be made removable. I have always preferred the more realistic look of the "clean nozzles" - as in the 1st episodes. Other than that, I think that we can look forward to a fantastic model.
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These will never compare to the Rogue Studio's 44" eagles, each one was hand made and Lee is very meticulous in his work. Mass produced will never stand up to his work. Lee also had the plans to do the different version eagles but he was hindered every step he took, the copyright holders made him show every little step and they had to get their cut of the money which was very substantial. Until you've built one of those beautiful eagles you can't say it was too expensive, ask the guys who have built their 44's, parts usually come to $3000.00.............
Out of curiosity, who are the current copyright holders? Suppose I wanted to design and develop a Space 1999 licensed video game?
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Out of curiosity, who are the current copyright holders? Suppose I wanted to design and develop a Space 1999 licensed video game?
ITV in the U.K. and they don't do anything unless they make money!
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Old Yesterday, 03:49 AM   #24
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Thank you for the info.

In your experience, how protective are they of the Space 1999 IP? Are they open to fan games or garage kits of Eagles that are sold?
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