Eldeberon wrote: »
Dj0219 wrote: »
How did you get all the fragments on the base
Ralij wrote: »
Near the bottom edge of the Grand Reef. Took ages to get the titanium to get the framework all built... now time to decorate inside!
Frraksurred wrote: »
Inbetween we have a small Observation area surrounded by exaples of the local Fauna.
HYBRID1313 wrote: »
... Would any of you be interested in some images? ...
storage and reactor:
garden in above water section:
PS whats floating above your "computer" and where can I find that kitchen chair?
... but then again, you lot all probably suffer it as well, when looking at other people's, 'Oh, my god what he's got is so much better than what I've built...'
Tower 1, Ground Floor: Storage and main activity area.
1st Floor: Kitchen/indoor Farm-garden
2nd Floor: Nuclear Reactor and Rod/uranium storage
3rd floor: Reginald farm
3rd floor corridor to Tower 2 (Overlooking Garden observatory)
Tower 2, 3rd Floor: Dry Garden
Aquarium and all the Fishies
Ground Floor Aquarium (Other plants behind it)
MothPrime C Docked in the Moonpool
Corridor to Tower 1
Observatory at night
How did you get all the fragments on the base
Here's my base, it's basic but it works for me
He must have used console commands.
Same, but with the solar panel of doom included.
The entrance. The moon pool's up ahead.
The beginning of the bottom floor.
The first room.
My pride. THE RABBIT TANK OF DOOM!!!
Another tank, I used to use it for food before I got plants from the island.
Another room, aka "Food and drinks".
Up the ladder, in da window.
My Scanner Room
The look in da anoder window.
I am going to miss the ability to build a room into the ground...
Interior shots under a cut below, there's quite a few of them. This base was built on creative, because I wanted to experience living in a base without the lights on... and it is a glorious experience, both during the night and day. Also, it turned out creepvine works perfectly fine as desk lamp.
The way you use some of the space in your base is awesome! I might contribute to this post soon...
this is the surface level with a solar farm and above surface observation
subsurface level 1 has a double level critter containment for large critters and scanner room/ office and can be considered as the science level/ entry level as you can access the ladders to the surface level and subsurface level 2
subsurface level 2 can be considered the habitation level from subsurface level 1 you come to the kitchen/ galley then from the galley you can go to the bedroom and workshop
from the workshop you can access the moon pool and a ladder to a storeroom.
from the storeroom you can clime a ladder back to the shop or down to a corridor leading to desalination plant, fish hatchery and outdoor flora farm
this is my 77nd base I think that I have built in the same location and so far is my favorite so far
Would it be safe to assume you love solar panels? :P
Awesome base btw!
Wow! Great work! Good luck with your decorating
The following was done in Freedom mode with "nocost" & "fastbuild" being used. I used "F6" to disable HUD and all links go to the fullsize 4k originals. I'll start with the teaser, and put the rest in spoiler tags to reduce forum lag.
Hope you enjoy:
Sunrise on the Stranded
The Captain's Quarters. Above water level for the view. On the right are the Mess Hall on the lowest level, Green House above, and Lab on the top floor.
The Mess Hall, complete with Coffee Maker that we have no coffee beans for.
The Green House for all your nutritional needs.
The Lab, where we do the things they make movies and video games about.
On the left are the Living Quarters above, and Storage below.
The lower level presents storage and utility.
The upper level provides living quarters and office.
The Aurora model and Cutefish are the only things I spawned using codes, everything else was found in the world.
Inbetween we have a small Observation area surrounded by examples of the local Flora.
Below Sea Level
Moving below water we have the Aquarium and exterior Green House.
Top floor of the Aquarium is the Relaxation Room.
The three story Aquarium is filled with one of every hatchable or catchable aquatic lifeform.
Moving on from the Aquarium, we have our Scanner Room, Water Treatment Center and Docking.
A daylight view, showcasing the crashed Lifepod 17 in the background.
No shortage of filtered water and salt.
Off the Docking Bay is the Recycling Center.
This particular Dock is stationed just above a small volcano, and houses "Squeaky" (my Cyclops is named "Wubbadub" for that Rubber Ducky theme) and pictures of my various adventures.
Between Solar Panels and Thermal Generators, the base peaks at a power level of 2000.
"I'm sorry sir, no flash potography is allowed here. I'm going to need your camera..."
@Frraksurred I'm pretty sure you meant "local flora". Nice base though.
I'm currently making a pretty damn nifty (in my humble opinion) Bio-luminescent cave base, deep below the Mushroom forest. The cave is littered with Grue Clusters, providing a very calming blue light in the caves. There are no creatures, thus I will be adding a few Hoverfish or Peeper and the like to spice up the caves and make them a little more alive. The base will be made in Hardcore and it won't be overly large, despite this, it will still look very nice when finished (once again, my humble, arrogant opinion ). Would any of you be interested in some images? If you are, I will upload some along with the coordinates of this cave if you're interested in building there yourself
Update: After a bit of tinkering (I wish they would add more "placement points" for things!) I managed to jam a Medkit Fabricator Box next to the battery charger.
I tried to get as much as I could, but I think I missed a few places; it's so big, but I love it!
Those look great Coranth! Still fairly enamored with the tiny bases still and the bolt hole fits the bill perfectly!
Still haven't got around to finishing the big base and am already distracted with mini-research bases that will dot the sea bottom. This is the design I came up with.
"The Habitubble is a compact sea base with a focus on self-sufficiency while guaranteeing a great view without sacrificing viewing. The Habitubble is a single mp room on a single foundation, making it nearly the smallest design in Subsurvival's (tm) inventory. Despite its small size the Habitubble houses 180 storage slots, self-contained power in the form of a bioreactor, space for 4 large and 4 small plants, a 270 degree view of the surrounding environment, a mini-office, mini-kitchen, a resting area and is even fully equipped with fabrication equipment to meet your survival needs.
Being so small it is also quite cheap, requiring a measly 70ish titanium, 18 glass, 11 quartz, 3 computer chips, 2 copper wire, a wiring kit, lubricant, and a lithium. Get yours today!
Subsurvival Inc - Designs for people cut off from society that can't buy our products anyway!"
Thanks for the reply, I will be finishing my base soon and uploading the images (I'm nuts with decorating, so it's taking a while)
This is what i came up with so far, the adowable little base i'm currently working on ^ ~ ^