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  1. As some of you may have seen on the thread "show off your screenshots" I like to made mission patches, I decided to show you my collection here; I use photoshop for the design and Indesign for kerbonauts names. A patch takes me approximately between 2 and 4 hours (find the design, colors...), for my inspiration it mostly comes from the screenshots I make or with real mission patches. I started to create patches a year ago, so you can see my progression with style and photoshop skills Patches complete family Missions descriptions below : Other patches and projects: My "S&G" Simple & Generic project patches consists in doing simplist patches for KSC ground constructions and planets of Kerbol system, it's available for free on Dropbox! Click on the image ! As some of you noticed, I started to make some illustration besides of the patches : No idea where to go for you holidays ? Let you charm by one of the destination proposed here, trip proposed by our two main contractors : Tantares, BDB, Contares and Coyote industries ! Don't hesitate to give your mind on my patches or suggestions, as you can see I'm not a native english speaker so if you see some english faults in my poster please tell me! Thanks for reading ! All my work is License by CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 You like my work and you want to offer me a drink ? You're welcome! :
  2. Alternate Titles: The Incredible Hull-kerbal, Big Jeb. A slightly more humanoid Kerbal. I was inspired by some picture of cute characters redone to be big epic characters, and I figured I might try my hand at a Kerbal. I kept in some strange Kerbal proportions like extra long arms and the uneven proportion of upper/lower leg bones. I gave him the half-EVA-half-IVA space suit from my old MultiColorSpaceSuits texture replacer pack, so he keeps his orange suit but also has jetpack, EVA-rated boots and gloves, and a control box on the front. It appears that Jeb is disappointed in being changed, maybe he liked being a cute little blob after all.
  3. Uh, hey guys! I'm gonna be doing some KSP art on stream tonight, so feel free to check it out! https://www.twitch.tv/pinetheartist
  4. Hey everyone, new to the forums. I just thought I'd share a little doodle I made on the back of a notepad while at work one fine afternoon. I took a lot of inspiration from my time playing KSP and then funny enough, I made the ship in KSP that I drew on the doodle. Anyways, I thought you guys may enjoy!
  5. So, I drew this yesterday (among a few other things). It's not strictly KSP related, and it isn't the best drawing in the world, but I thought the idea was pretty neat.
  6. So, I was looking through this thread (mostly page 2), and I decided I might try something like it. It's not as good as I hoped it would be, and it has no background, but here is a kerbal in some regular (i.e non astronaut) clothes: I tried. I can't seem to get the legs right: They look like half-inflated balloons. And I think I need to practice a little on the hands.