Just going to say, Gerudo Valley by Entertainment System is probably the best remix of Gerudo Valley. Ever.
>Read article about Steve Irwin’s final moments
>immediately regret decision
One of the perks for working with Hertz, you get to drive these beasts from time to time. Dodge Challenger R/T ‘10 Classic. More power than sense.
Little explanation to this post I posted on Friday.
I was let go by the company, due to an incident I had last week. Currently down to one job, part time. Will probably pick up a lot more hours with Hertz while I wait on the other jobs I had applied for in the past.
I’m doing alright as of now, somewhat glad I can actually relax on most days, though enjoying the days that I work because it keeps me busy. Why busy you ask? Because last week I had a really massive anxiety attack due to the incident at American.
But as of now I’m alright with my head held up high, hoping for a better job.
Here’s actual proof that I’m working on a new artwork, specifically in the program Bryce 6.1.
It’s been a long time since I booted up this program, and let’s say I haven’t forgotten anything in it either. I have a huge interest in symmetry, specifically geometric shapes. I have no idea why though. They’re fun to make and see how the light reacts on the different faceted surfaces.
I’m still figuring out what to do with these though.
Break! Two Fullbacks break formation, pulling enough Gs to produce their own weather patterns. Note the size of the Fullback compared to the pilots, the aircraft is huge. Also note the small silver patch near the cockpit, that’s the location of the GSh-30-1 30-mm cannon that is on nearly every Russian fighter. (Photo)
A silhouetted Su-30MKI of the Indian Air Force shows off the sharp lines of the Flanker against the sun. The MKI version of the Flanker is the export variant of the baseline Su-30, with sophisticated avionics and radar, along with thrust vectoring engines. The Su-30s direct counterpart in the West is the F-15E Strike Eagle, in terms of capability. (Photo)
Two Sukhoi Su-27SM3 Flankers of the Russian Air Force fly in formation. One of the newest upgraded Flankers (Not including the -35S), the SM3s can now carry the latest precision air to ground weaponry, effectively turning them into multirole strike aircraft. (Photo)
A Swiss F-5E Tiger II on a strafing run with the twin 20-mm cannons. You can even see one of the bullets in mid flight! The F-5’s direct counterpart is the MiG-21, in terms of size and performance. The US Navy uses Tiger IIs as adversaries in the TOP GUN school, mimicking the MiG-21s handling in air to air combat. The F-5 can carry a variety of weaponry, and the upgraded F-20 Tigershark could even carry Harpoon anti-ship missiles! (Photo)