Gregrox is creating artwork and worlds
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Hi. I'm Gregory Brannon, also known on the internet as Gregrox or GregroxMun. I'm an artist, worldbuilder, and Kerbal Space Program modder. You may have heard of me from my KSP work such as Whirligig World and Alternis Kerbol Rekerjiggered, or you may remember when I was called the "hype train driver." (Days which are long since over)

I enjoy creating art, writing things that may one day become publishable stories, and creating the art, configuration, and writing that goes into my Kerbal Space Program planet pack mods. It's one of the very few things in life that I feel gives me any kind of purpose. But alas, it's becoming increasingly hard to pay the bills (internet, power, medical, and food), so I need your help to be able to keep doing these things.

Eventually I'd also love to get back to twitch live-streaming--that is what got me into making KSP Planet Mods after all! (It's a long story.)

Here's some of my planet mods:

Alternis Kerbol Rekerjiggered
https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/120246-17-alternis-kerbol-rekerjiggered-v240-april-10th-2019/


Whirligig World
https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/166563-170-whirligig-world-planetary-system-an-absurd-homeworld-in-an-alien-solar-system-091-482019/


Seven Worlds of SLIPPIST-1
https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/157020-17-seven-worlds-around-slippist-1-v072-update-march-12th-2019/


Here's some of my artwork:

Space Stuff: One of the most prevalent subjects in my art is spaceships--usually of the harder-sci-fi-persuasion, as well as celestial bodies such as planets and moons.






Trains: For as long as I've known how to draw scribbles of crayon, I've loved trains, Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends in particular.




And Miscellany: I'm not entirely sure what this stuff is, but that's the fun in art sometimes.




https://www.deviantart.com/gregroxmun/

So if you want to see more of uh... whatever all of that was, then please, support me on patreon.
Tiers
$ Earth Mass / 10^24 kg
$5.97 or more per month

One Earth Mass multiplied by dollars and divided by 10^24 kilograms will be a noticeable and tangible increase in the amount of money I have. That's enough for a small meal, or some groceries, or some art supplies.


With this level, you'll have your name in the credits in the read-me of my mods.


You'll also see any major works of art before I post them to DeviantArt and social media.

Feed Me.
$15 or more per month

Fifteen dollars is a whole meal at a reasonably nice chain restaurant or two whole meals at a fast food place. A well-fed Gregrox is a productive Gregrox. (Reasonably good art supplies also cost about this much.)


In addition to the rewards of the previous tier, you'll gain access to experimental new planetary systems that haven't yet seen a public release or announcement. Which, yes, does mean that they're more buggy.


If you're here for the art, I've got twelve or so sketchbooks full of drawings to show you that will probably not be put out to the public. Because they're not very good. You'll also see whatever else I've drawn in my sketchbook that I'm not gonna put out, updated monthly or so.

Goals
$0 of $55 per month
Purchase Flexify plug-in to allow me to make better planet textures. There may also be better rewards as a result of this, such as high quality maps of my worlds, and printable model planets.
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Hi. I'm Gregory Brannon, also known on the internet as Gregrox or GregroxMun. I'm an artist, worldbuilder, and Kerbal Space Program modder. You may have heard of me from my KSP work such as Whirligig World and Alternis Kerbol Rekerjiggered, or you may remember when I was called the "hype train driver." (Days which are long since over)

I enjoy creating art, writing things that may one day become publishable stories, and creating the art, configuration, and writing that goes into my Kerbal Space Program planet pack mods. It's one of the very few things in life that I feel gives me any kind of purpose. But alas, it's becoming increasingly hard to pay the bills (internet, power, medical, and food), so I need your help to be able to keep doing these things.

Eventually I'd also love to get back to twitch live-streaming--that is what got me into making KSP Planet Mods after all! (It's a long story.)

Here's some of my planet mods:

Alternis Kerbol Rekerjiggered
https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/120246-17-alternis-kerbol-rekerjiggered-v240-april-10th-2019/


Whirligig World
https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/166563-170-whirligig-world-planetary-system-an-absurd-homeworld-in-an-alien-solar-system-091-482019/


Seven Worlds of SLIPPIST-1
https://forum.kerbalspaceprogram.com/index.php?/topic/157020-17-seven-worlds-around-slippist-1-v072-update-march-12th-2019/


Here's some of my artwork:

Space Stuff: One of the most prevalent subjects in my art is spaceships--usually of the harder-sci-fi-persuasion, as well as celestial bodies such as planets and moons.






Trains: For as long as I've known how to draw scribbles of crayon, I've loved trains, Thomas the Tank Engine and his friends in particular.




And Miscellany: I'm not entirely sure what this stuff is, but that's the fun in art sometimes.




https://www.deviantart.com/gregroxmun/

So if you want to see more of uh... whatever all of that was, then please, support me on patreon.

Recent posts by Gregrox

Tiers
$ Earth Mass / 10^24 kg
$5.97 or more per month

One Earth Mass multiplied by dollars and divided by 10^24 kilograms will be a noticeable and tangible increase in the amount of money I have. That's enough for a small meal, or some groceries, or some art supplies.


With this level, you'll have your name in the credits in the read-me of my mods.


You'll also see any major works of art before I post them to DeviantArt and social media.

Feed Me.
$15 or more per month

Fifteen dollars is a whole meal at a reasonably nice chain restaurant or two whole meals at a fast food place. A well-fed Gregrox is a productive Gregrox. (Reasonably good art supplies also cost about this much.)


In addition to the rewards of the previous tier, you'll gain access to experimental new planetary systems that haven't yet seen a public release or announcement. Which, yes, does mean that they're more buggy.


If you're here for the art, I've got twelve or so sketchbooks full of drawings to show you that will probably not be put out to the public. Because they're not very good. You'll also see whatever else I've drawn in my sketchbook that I'm not gonna put out, updated monthly or so.