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Posts Tagged ‘landscape

The Sad One

December 12, 2008

Two More Line Drawings from Lochre, the Alien Place Formerly Lo-Ubda

November 5, 2008

I’ve started working with the world-building process again.  Here are two recent line drawings from what I am now calling Lochre, where the shape-shifting Bidi emerge from hives and sculpt organic architecture from their bodily substances, and where a steamy and oppressive industrial revolution is taking hold of human cities.  Oh, the disenfrachised masses, the […]

Carapace Revisited

August 18, 2008

Another revision of an earlier piece, colorized.  

Scrub Steppes Revisited

August 18, 2008

This is a rework of an earlier piece.  Rather than depend on Photoshop for a host of clashing colors, I decided to see how it would turn out with a much smaller palette of markers.  I definitely like it better this way.  Unfortunately, the image you see here is scrunched up and the details are […]

Among the Spires

June 29, 2008

A colored pencil piece.  A detail of it is for sale over at Thirsty Cavern, if you like to buy stuff.

More Line Drawings from Lo-Ubda

June 24, 2008

From an imaginary land, visions of mountains and sad-eyed alien people:    

Lo-Ubda Sunset Colorized

June 17, 2008

I’ve added color to the Lo-Ubda landscape and have it for sale as a framed print (9″x12″) over at Cafe Press, should anyone want a snazzy colorful glass-encased piece of imagination in their house.  I’m asking $40.99 for one of these puppies: If $41 is too steep of a price for you, don’t get pissy.  I’ll […]

Lo-Ubda: Carapace

May 18, 2008

Carapace is a multi-level, multi-species, multi-cultured conglomerate city-type thing that juts out of the northern mountainous terrain of Lo-Ubda.  Within it live industrious, busy Bidi, whom are a kind of shapeshifting crystalline hive-oriented organic architectural people.  What that means is that they can’t quite be pinned down to one form, and chew through minerals to […]