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SudAntares

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  • About me
    Notorious career restarter
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    with Arthur Dent and Ford Prefect
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    Within KSP: shooting cool images and scenes, playing career.
    In real life: playing KSP, cooking, amateur photographer with cellphone, amateur photo editor/manipulator, sometimes painting with Krita.

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  1. Since building common bases on celestial bodies are boring (no, they aren't) I decided to challenge myself to build the most unique and awkward base type in the game. The Hanging Base, on the Mün. This 5 part playlist will guide you through the process of how was it made, the failures and an expansion. Finally, I take a look at Tylo's Cave... Take a seat and enjoy!
  2. I'm looking for a new Tech tree. I'll give this one a try. Congratulations for the release!
  3. I have a bittersweet taste in my mouth. I'm very glad you, @SQUAD gave us such a brilliant game. Truthfully, KSP was the first (and so far the only one) game which sucked me in into it's universe and I was (and still) amazed. I wish you guys only the best. On A Final Approach. Let the tears flow.
  4. SudAntares

    Random facts

    Yes, he has SPA
  5. SudAntares

    Random facts

    At least once in your lifetime you take a breath. In Russian language you basically say the same word (with grammatical differences) for hearing and smelling. S.P.A. means Sanatio Per Aquam - Healing with water in latin. SPA is the acronym for Spondylarthritis Ankylopoetica, a chronic autoimmune inflammation of the backbones which leads to a state (usually between 10 - 30 years), where all of your backbones gets fixed and connected with "bone bridges", so you cannot turn even your head arond, there are no movement between the backbones. "Errare humanum est, in errore perseverare srultum est." - proverb in Latin: "It's a human thing to do mistakes, but to not correcting them, is dumbness."
  6. Well it seems I'm out of the deadline, but can you take a look at my work?
  7. Sure, of course, mate! I'd love to see what you made. When I get my hands on it, I'll try it.
  8. Indeed it would be cool, but if they would have gravity, they would collide soon or later. It just doesn't makes any sense. I mean irl comets don't orbit each other, nor the debris of a comet which broke apart by the force of a body's gravity (Shoemaker comet+Jupiter), or by the YORP effect.
  9. I'll do a replica of my latest, fully stock Hang-O-Base!
  10. Can you explain that? Yes, you done it right. I like your "simplistic" design (compared to mine) too. How does it handles the timewarp?
  11. Very impressive design, and I like it, but it was made with KIS/KAS.
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