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Yes, Legomolder155 has (successfully!) built an unreleased Classic Space set, known as 1526-1 on Brickset. This set was likely a prototype set, that wasn’t released due to some business decision.

You can find the Unofficial building instructions at: http://www.cubiculus.com/building-instruction/building-step/1526/56554
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quinyu
3 months ago
I know that rear part is a build hack, well, I did what I could.... apologies if it ticks you off.
LegoMolder155
3 months ago
Also the ground looks rather flat...
quinyu
3 months ago
that's because it is. Ground with properly recorded displacement is extremely hard to come by - you go with what you have, namely a camera from a stationary position sampling the environment then stitching together the various photos. If you want anything more fancy than that, you probably need to get either a scholarship or some governmental investigation bureau's funding
LegoMolder155
3 months ago
Displaced ground is easy in Blender 2.8: just go to texturehaven and find a ground texture with a bump map (if you can't get a bump map, replace it with a noise texture), then make sure you are in Cycles, then create a plane and enable Experimental Features. After that, add a texture to this plane and and connect the bump map to a ColorRamp (for adjustments in displacement) to the displacement input for the Material Output node. Easy.

Note: there is a more detailed tutorial here ☞ https://youtu.be/P7OpmpE8xTc
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