BC Coriolis

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BC Coriolis

Post #1by bioconcave » 30.01.2018, 04:14

In the future, when humanity has finally got around to colonizing the solar system, a diverse transportation system will enable travel between Earth and the Colonies. This may include large interplanetary cruise-ships like the "BC Coriolis" ...

See the video: HERE

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Last edited by bioconcave on 06.02.2018, 08:00, edited 1 time in total.

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Post #2by John Van Vliet » 30.01.2018, 15:35

please DO NOT use URL shortners !
they are VERY annoying !
" h t t p : / / b i t . l y / 2 G s R K T A "

h t t p : / / bioconcave . com / coriolis.html?utm_medium=forum&utm_source=celestia.space&utm_campaign=coriolis

the vimeo link is just fine
https://vimeo.com/253228379

also this dose not look like it was created in celestia

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Post #3by bioconcave » 30.01.2018, 18:24

John,

Your post is in-appropriate.
Please edit and remove all except: "also this dose not look like it was created in celestia".

That part I'm OK with.

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Post #4by CM1215 » 30.01.2018, 21:59

bioconcave, I'd recomend you don't call John's posts "in-appropriate". He's been here way longer than you have. :wink:
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Post #5by bioconcave » 31.01.2018, 00:01

John Van Vliet wrote:also this dose not look like it was created in celestia

See this: VIDEO

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Post #6by bioconcave » 03.02.2018, 11:41

This is just to let people know that I will NOT now be publishing this addon.
To members such as Selden, and fsregs who I know would have appreciated it, and to a few others who I am sure would have learnt some useful new modelling and animation techniques from it, I express my regret.

I also would like to thank FarGetaNik for his attention.


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