Luigibro606

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I made the accompanying illustration, now to refine my composition. 

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"He died doing what he loved."

A quick sketch i did today.

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On 9/13/2015 at 5:48 AM, yorshee said:

I edited a screenshot from my 100% stock install to make it look more like a real moon landing photo. :)

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How did you make this?

PS. You have a follower.

:)

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On 11/5/2017 at 12:12 AM, Atubara said:

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I made the accompanying illustration, now to refine my composition. 

Looks like Doug Rattman as a Kerbal. Hmm...

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Yesterday i sent my kerbals on a expedition to the arctic. It was quite a success and i got some pictures to show for it too! 

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The oddest screenshot is this, what appears to be a a mountainside smothered in trees.

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By far the most breathtaking screenshot from the mission.

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And heres the crew after the journey. Jeb is the kerbal nearest to the flag, Bob is right next to him with Bill being the one in yellow, and Valentina is at the end. And yes that x next to the flag is the proper north pole. Many odd things happen near it, the north line on the navball freaks out, Kerbals that try to stand on there end up on their sides, and the camera rotates in circles around it. Also the sun never sets, it just sits rotating around the horizon. (Wherever the sun is on the horizon is actually the daylight side of Kerbin)

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Heres what the flags plaque states.

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Of course to get there, the mission needed a form of transportation. I decided to use a blimp from the Hisenburg airship pack. I named it the "KSS skydancer", this ship is not of my design as i have 0 knowledge on airship construction. So i used the Hisenburg ship from the sample craft file from the download. I then modified it to fit the mission needs, such as adding a KIS cargo bay, a on board lab, more living quarters to fit the crew needs , along with the removal of things that were unneeded for the objective.

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Here we see the deployment of the "Surface Experimentation Package"  which allows me to preform science long after me and my kerbals leave.

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Heres the buffalo which is stored in a upper deck until deployment. Once it is time to deploy the vehicle is simply loaded onto an loading elevator and.....

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...is then simply lowered into place! It can then be packed up and taken to the next landing site. One of the main reasons i decided to carry a buffalo vehicle is because i am not very good at blimp landings. So if i drifted over my expected landing zone, i could just roll the buffalo out and drive my crew to the site of interest.

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This was the first time i have majorly used the Hisenburg airship mod, this made the trip abit longer than i would i have liked and in the end i will probably be using aircraft more often.(i have never really been a fan of dirigibles)  The  mission itself has been quite a success, as of now i am currently thinking over the idea to take this airship to the northern UFO crash site. I will probably take some screenshots of the Easter egg if i do. BUT that shall be a post for another day, till next time~Avery616

 

 

 

 

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