XpertKerbalKSP

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  1. Sounds like a nice idea! Can't wait to see it!
  2. Thanks for the info!
  3. I've finished the introduction and the first scene! See what you guys think: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByFj3hLfFCqbUHM1NDhINnhOblU This is a public file, so anyone can watch it I know, the quality on drive is TERRIBLE (I don't know how else to upload a vid to the forums without it being on youtube)
  4. Do more holiday ads for Eve and Moho!
  5. That's okay! My first duna probe was a failure. I forgot that duna has a VERY thin atmosphere and brought along ONE parachute for, maybe a two ton payload. It exploded on impact. The only thing that survived was the antenna XD
  6. I've restarted the movie and recorded my introduction! Will be moving onto editing and posting it, to know what you guys think!
  7. Does this have to be side-mounted like the real shuttle, or can it be top mounted like the X-37B?
  8. I don't think I will have the time to storyboard, one, it's due in quite soon, two, I'm terrible at drawing Oh, I will! And also, when I finish it, I'll post it in a seperate post
  9. It's due at the end of term, so early to mid-June perhaps. I want to show the audience how the solar system was formed, how Earth (and Kerbin, really) are in the "goldilock's" zone and how water ice on asteroids and comets brought water to Earth I'm guessing for a movie, around half an hour.
  10. Thanks for the help! I think a mission to Eve and Duna would be perfect. By the way, I have made another post in the fan work topic, so I won't be updating this one anymore. Might want to check out that section
  11. Thank you! I really didn't which topic this belonged in and I've posted and reposted twice now!
  12. I happen to be making a movie for my science project on "The Origins of Us". I want to explain the formation of our solar system, how the moon was formed, how asteroids with water ice brought liquid water to earth, etc. However, I don't really know how to convey this information to the audience through a Kerbal movie without a narration (because, you know, narration+kerbal movie = no). So, I kind of needed help with that. Also, i need mission ideas. I have filmed my moon mission, where the astronauts find out that the rock in the moon is similar to the rock on Kerbin. But for the rest, I really don't know. I'mplanning on a mission to Laythe, but again, I don't know how to convey the facts and knowlege to the audience without it being to vague. Also, Kerbal voices. I need help with those too. Thanks UPDATE Just finished my first scene, what do you think? https://drive.google.com/open?id=0ByFj3hLfFCqbLVA1NWFUYlgxSDQ
  13. Hello, fellow Kerbonauts! I happen to be making a Kerbal movie for my science project that my teacher assigned my ECA (extra curricular activity) class. It's based on "The Origins of Us", and I'm focusing on the formation of the solar system, Earth, and how asteroids and other astronomical phenomena enabled life on Earth.. However, I don't have many ideas, and I don't really know how I'm going to inform my audience (class) about the information and facts through such a method. I have filmed my first scene, where the Kerbals fly to the Mun and find that the samples are incredibly similar to those found on Kerbin. However, U don't know about what should happen after that. I'm thinking of a mission to Laythe. But, again, I don't know how to make it informative without it being too vague. So, I need help on ideas. Also, I need Kerbal voices: anyone know how to make those? Thanks!
  14. I'm loving these ideas, guys: keep it up!I think I'll start drawing up my own designs and uploading them soon!
  15. So if I understand correctly, you're trying to say that this might actually cost more than the traditional use-up-and-ditch rockets, right? That's quite understandable. After all, the Space Shuttle ran into problems with maintainance costs and was actually more expensive than normal rockets. Well that's great to hear! I'd love to see a sketch or blueprint too!