Hello Zealot! Thought you might be interested in this study model I’m making for a scratch built, plastic diorama of Main Mission from “Space 1999.” Round 2/MPC recently rereleased the “Space 1999” kits including the Moonbase Alfa diorama. I wanted to light the "Main Mission" diorama included with the base itself and it became clear pretty quickly that scratch building something in the same scale would be much easier than trying to modify the kit pieces. About the only thing worth keeping from it are the tiny figures which turned out to be around 1/107th scale (okay, whatever!) so that's the baseline for the build. The first thing I did was look for available accurate blueprints… Guess what? THERE AREN’T ANY!!! So I went back through my archives and found a bunch of CG panel art from 15 to 20 years ago and using some set dimensions I found online; I made templates. These templates were all in scale so I could print them out and start gluing plastic strip over them, which I will then glue over frosted, clear plastic sheet but I noticed as I was working that I needed to decide how the parts would fit together, how the ceiling components would be removable for viewing and so forth. The templates were all in color because I was using someone else artwork and it occurred to me that all I would have to do is add some tabs and folding boxes in Corel Draw and I could put together a dandy study model for figuring everything out in 3D! The following offering is the assembly of that model.