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Pete Bave's amazing forced-perspective photos

See a gallery of his realistic looking air and spacecraft
RELATED TOPICS: AIRCRAFT | SPACECRAFT
In the April 2020 issue of FSM, we showcased the late Pete Bave's extraordinary aircraft builds and photo skills with a forced-perspective gallery. Learn some of his tips by clicking here.

Here's another gallery of the Pete's amazing air and spacecraft scale models shot with his realistic looking photo technique.


Pete composed this astounding scene with Polar Lights' 1/72 scale C-57D Starcruiser (from the 1956 movie Forbidden Planet) and computer software, using Photoshop to add the moon and clouds to the sky. Pete improved the Starcruiser model by eliminating large hull seams, adding detail to the interior, and wiring LEDs and fiber optics on the boarding ramps and instruments. The photos was taken at Arches National Park in Moab, Utah.

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