Every Day Another View.

Poser Science Fiction posted on Sep 19, 2020
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"Well, not literally every day of course, we didn't need to move our mobile base that often. Still, we could explore the newly discovered world much better than from a fixed base. Being able to move the laboratory regularly was a great advantage that the FireBlade gave us over a building." "Erwin Hauptmann, our German driver, was extremely skilled; he knew just how to get the FireBlade over the most difficult obstacles as smoothly as possible. When the swaying of the vehicle might threaten motion sickness he he always remembered to warn everybody before it happened. The best way to prevent the motion sickness was to look out of the window at the ground, so your brain had an explanation for the movement of the walls and floor." Yet another texture set from the forthcoming free texture pack for the FireBlade.

Comments (3)


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RodS Online Now! 9:07PM | Sat, 19 September 2020

You know.... I wish I had a real one of these rather than a house... If I got tired of the neighborhood, just roll on down the road or across the fields.. LOL Not to mention if they annoyed me with their loud car stereo, I could just pancake their car! 🤣

Great looking texture and environment!

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lwperkins 10:33PM | Sat, 19 September 2020

It looks like such a comfortable way to explore terrain--and I have to say being up so high sounds like a great way to stay above giant insects or exo-alligators! No bugs or slithery things in a tent!

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perpetualrevision 12:47AM | Sun, 20 September 2020

Cool backdrop image! Nice view of how nimble the FireBlade is, with the wheels adapting to various terrain conditions! Don't be surprised if you start getting requests for real-world versions of this model :-)

fireangel 5:26AM | Sun, 20 September 2020

Oh how I wish I owned a factory that could turn these out. As the model progressed it became my dream mobile home and it seems to be having the same effect on other people.

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