Serenity Blueprints

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Introduction: Serenity Blueprints

About: I am crazy and inventive and never do things the easy way, though I do look to others' projects for help. was voted most likely to take over the world :D everyone who knows me will say I'm a crazy, eccentric...

Hello Lovely people, 

I made a wooden model of serenity from the tv show firefly about 2 years ago... unfortunately I don't have a photo of the finished project. and the person I gave it to moved away. but i felt like i could just post my drawing of the blueprints  and eventually build another ship 

hopefully you like the drawings :D 

the sketches are roughly to a scale, measurements may vary depending on size you want. this makes a model roughly the size of a loaf of bread. 

I apologize if the pictures aren't the greatest quality, they're photos from my phone taken of my sketch book (and some of the lines aren't drawn very thick)

1st is a side view (arguably the best pic), 2nd-3rd is a top view, 4th is the engine bits, 5th is the thrusters, 6th is the cargo bay bottom and side view,  7th is the cabin and the feet

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    5 Discussions

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    philip42
    philip42

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Can you make this available in a graphic format (PDF, SVG, PNG)?

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    NicoShanks
    NicoShanks

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Yeah :D I could do that... I just don't know how... I'm new here haha

    let me know how and sure I'll release it

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    philip42
    philip42

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Click on "add images" and then select the blueprints from your hard drive.

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    NicoShanks
    NicoShanks

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Um...when I hit the edit button on this instructable, the only option is to upload images, and I did that from my computer. so I don't know what else I could do... not really tech savy sorry

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    philip42
    philip42

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Click on edit instructable.

    Then you should see a tool bar with "add image" and a couple of other icons. One of the icons is a paperclip for attached files. Click on that and then embed file. Then you can select the blueprint files from your local hard drive.