There. The field cuts off, and an endless sea sparks below. The wind rises, and the wings of your glider gently tremble. Waves of grass roll along the fields, and the strong breeze blows your hair to the sides.
Moment. You flip the switches and the transmitter screen lights up with telemetry. Connection established. You stand still and hold the airplane, it shakes, ready to take off. And you remember every moment with the parkflyers, your first runs along the gentle hills, everything collapsed into a second. Ready.
Caught into dynamo, the glider ascends towards the Sun, chasing it into the horizon.
Winding around, speeding across the waters, and finally gently landing into tour hands. The day has run into end, and you can see first flickering stars above. Loney satellites blink, slowly drifting across the sky. Oh, the stellar worlds, i know lots of them, and when you'll get the binoculars we'll travel to the thousands of celestial wonders...
It is inspired by a shot from the Blender Foundation short "Hero" (though, probably, i have mistaken and it was from something else) but i haven't found the original image.
And also lowpoly art is my favourite, and it fits the SR2 style
This is nor new i know there were fuselage arts before but i think it os a beautiful unintended way to use SR
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Gonna paint this in acrylic later and hang somewhere in the university workshop