Yeah, I called one of these satellite technicians. Practically had to beg him to come look at my satellite. Finally I get the guy out here and he tells me that it'll cost $11 million to fix it. I can buy a new one for $8 million! Then he charges me $35,000 for the consultation. Next time, I'll fix it myself.
Really? What model? Coz' them older models can be a real pain to fix. You gotta find the parts, fuel cost to get to you/your satellite, and don't get me started on that fancy new welding gear. I remember when they used to pay for your equipment too, now they only give you the suit.
Yep, life's tough being a worker in space, not like those cushy jobs on earth.
Dude, that looks so cool! c: This is just a dumb suggestion, but since the scene takes place in space, shouldn't the shading be more profound?? (nervous smile) I donno, just sayin'... Weell, its great work anyway! :3 *thumbs up*
Good point but not necessarily true. There could be something behind the camera that's reflecting the light back into the shadows. Also, I'm not sure that's even Earth back there so maybe there are like 2 suns in that system or whatever