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Firemetal    648
On 4/10/2017 at 6:54 PM, 0111narwhalz said:

It looks pretty good, though I think the ground is a little gray and the sky a little blue for Eve.

Also, I'll never get used to such small rockets lifting off of Eve. Once, it was thought impossible to do it at all.

I think the grey is a body of water. As for the sky, I think it looks great. 

Great pictures once again @cubinator! Keep it up! :) 

Fire

 

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cubinator    3498
1 minute ago, Firemetal said:

I think the grey is a body of water.

I doubt it's water on Eve. It's probably mercury or something equally strange.

1 minute ago, Firemetal said:

Great pictures once again @cubinator! Keep it up! :) 

Fire

 

Thanks! I'll keep doing these as ideas come, which is naturally a somewhat random process.

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Firemetal    648
Just now, cubinator said:

I doubt it's water on Eve. It's probably mercury or something equally strange.

Thanks! I'll keep doing these as ideas come, which is naturally a somewhat random process.

I meant that.

Fire

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cubinator    3498
Posted (edited)
6 minutes ago, Firemetal said:

I meant that.

Fire

Well, technically water's boiling point at 5 atm is between 152 and 153 degrees Celcius, and Eve's surface temperature is 155 degrees at sea level...Maybe it actually could be saltwater mixed with some other non-drinkable stuff.

Sources: 

http://wiki.kerbalspaceprogram.com/wiki/Eve

http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/boiling-point-water-d_926.html

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cubinator    3498
Posted (edited)

Scuttlebug:

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Animation:

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cubinator    3498
Posted (edited)

Setting up a Mars base:

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See the little astronauts working on the ground?

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cubinator    3498
Just now, cratercracker said:

This is awesome mate! You definetely got a talent.

Thanks very much! I enjoy sharing these here a lot!

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Firemetal    648
On 5/10/2017 at 11:03 PM, cubinator said:

Vallhenge Portal:

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The Fantastic Four 2015 finale location much?

Fire

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cubinator    3498
Posted (edited)

Double King:

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cubinator    3498

Over the past few days I've been redrawing that Falcon 9 animation I lost. It's looking pretty good, and guess what?

Spoiler

It got corrupted. Again. I guess pixly just isn't cut out for 40+ frame gifs.

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cubinator    3498

Technically this isn't an 8-bit drawing, but it is a mashup so I'll post it here.

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*Wow, we really have been down there a long time...

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cubinator    3498
Posted (edited)

Europa:

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The dark side is lit by reflected light from Jupiter. 

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cubinator    3498

When I first drew Spacesuit Asriel, I wasn't sure what kind of a space helmet he would need to fit his horns. Well, turns out it's not that unreasonable:

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This is the same spacesuit from the original.

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cratercracker    2300
On 07.06.2017 at 1:37 PM, cubinator said:

Europa:

X8ZbSxE.png

The dark side is lit by reflected light from Jupiter. 

Wow! That is really awesome and detailed!

Mind to participate here~?

I have a few things you can accomplish while I can't (computer is being repaired for a while)

PM me if you are interested!

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cubinator    3498

Check out my drawing of Hyperion and the rest of @cratercracker's cool project to present the most interesting objects in the solar system here:

 

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