Painting 14A shows how, safely in orbit, the co-pilot has unstrapped, turned himself around in the tiny Gemini-B cockpit, opened the double hatch through the heat shield of the capsule and floated into the transfer tunnel leading to the pressurized laboratory module. The generic Earth-sky background used in four previous paintings has been rotated, suggesting the disorienting nature of weightlessness in orbit.
The red nose of the Gemini-B is prominent as almost the only bright color in this painting. Both pilots are wearing the MH-5 suits in their training versions.
No acetate sheet is present, but the onionskin sheet has pencil-lined rectangles drawn using a straight-edge around the Gemini-B and around the MOL, indicating possible close-up views perhaps for an animated sequence.