Hi. I make stuff sometimes. My projects are very time consuming because of college and as I'm determined to make my second year the final year with good results, I won't find all of my time to work on projects here. I've disabled my messages now. I'm not an extremely skilled fighter and I don't want to join your airline or whatever group you're spamming me with on an alternative account. If you want to talk to me you'll just have to catch me in-game. You can also talk to me via Twitter where I also post updates on what I'm doing on ROBLOX. I don't sell my stuff any more or at all. It's very, very unlikely that I will sell/give anything of my possession to anybody here. Just like you, I'm a human. Not a shop. Read More
Jason Kelvin Roblox Production, stylized JKR, is a building group and developer collaboration by Jason8862 and KelvinBlues1, as well as RobloxGuy6403, founded in October 2012. JKR has its roots in airport development, the construction of towns and cities, car simulators, and high-tech research facilities. Currently, the group is in an inactive state, but will surge in activity in late May 2016. Stay tuned!
Located in the Atmosphere.
RELEASE PROGRAM -Demo (Testers Only) (December 2015) -Paid Alpha (April 2016) -Open Beta (ETA Summer 2016) PLANNED CONTENT -Different Regions: -Caribbean -North America -Europe -Will include up to 30 different types of aircraft. -Each region will range from 5 to 10 different airports. -Game modes will include multiplayer & competitive races (will be grouped depending on aircraft type for fair gameplay). -You'll be able earn XP by completing missions in multiplayer or placing in the top 3 in a race. XP will allow you to rank up unlocking new aircraft.
Team Crazy is a ROBLOX development team that strives to create exciting and quality games.
This project was cancelled on November 2014. It could or not come back in the future with a new version of 'British Skies V2' as what anyone saw on the account holding the game was not and never a finished/finalised version of the game. You can tell as the islands are like 100 studs apart. Anyways, I'm going to take care of this group and make sure it doesn't get into the wrong hands. I wouldn't recommend joining as it's dead.
Development started: January 2015 Development ended: June/July 2015 Re-opened since January 31st - will be closed if incidents occur again and if they do occur you'll know how low ROBLOX aviation has gotten. The development of this aircraft, now showcase, was a result of me trying out new methods whilst utilising CSG into my aircraft building, I also wanted to see how detailed I could make an aircraft and whilst it wasn't 100% the effort I wanted to put in (but still a lot of effort), I felt that this was enough for a ROBLOX aircraft. Thank you all for the feedback and support for this place.
Creation date: 17th June, 2012 Welcome. You won't find much use of this game at all because of how old the content is but do feel free to play if you wish to! I don't work on this game any more and I know this isn't an amazing game; if you want two great flight simulators check these out: Velocity Flight Simulator: https://www.roblox.com/games/380576492/Velocity-FS-READ-DESC-Alpha-0-551 A Place With Airliners: https://www.roblox.com/games/101450552/A-Place-With-Airliners-READ-DESC I might or might not make updates to this, just depends whether I feel like doing so or not. It's unlikely I will update this at all.
This is a showcase which exhibits some planes which I've made over my time on ROBLOX, dating back to 2012 where I made my first mesh plane. As a fun fact, my Gloster Meteor landed a spot on the blog once in an older version of this place after I submitted a link for it on Twitter: http://blog.roblox.com/2014/11/physics-support-comes-to-solid-modeling/
This is unfinished and is currently being developed on as stated in the title. There's over 1,100 parts in this place as of 31/03/16 so loading times may vary on your connection. Some things you see here may be reworked in future updates so not everything is 100% accurate. This is the first time I've built a train without any issues related to building so it's not going to be absolutely amazing but it's a great achievement for me after leaving the aviation side of things here. Areas to be reworked as of 04/04/2016: - Cylinders at the front of the locomotive, made from a picture from 1963 currently. - Pony wheel frames: Not quite like the actual locomotive, could do with some reworking. - Tender: Making this is problematic because I didn't have drawings for it but did for the original locomotive. May be reworked a few times. Thanks for the continued support and feedback, I appreciate it.