Tales of A Time Traveller
I set down on the mid-sized planet in the Alpha Centauri system, with dwindling fuel reserves and enough water to sustain me for only a few more days.
In the distance, my objective – the Sphere of Trevallon, an encased repository of ancient, inter galactic data. It also has 24-hour food service, Tang drinks, and an air hockey table, I’m told.
Now, if I could only get beyond this sea of corrosive, deadly acid…
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Carpe diem was a phrase used by the Roman poet Horace, published in 23 BC, to express the notion that one should enjoy life while one can. I created this design using Bryce software, depicting a morning sunrise illuminating typography in an imaginary landscape. If you can imagine you might enjoy this design of various merchandise, then visit my shop at Pixels and ArtFlakes. Hope to see you today!
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Oh, wait…I found another ☺️ Make it 1,048,576. Whew, glad I caught that! With so many abstract designs, assigning a unique name per design can be a challenge. So, why 1,048,576? It’s just a number derived by doubling, beginning at 1, 2, 4, 8…
Looking into this colorful abstract mirror image design, you may discover a wolf, a turtle, a mushroom, the innermost Galilean moon of the planet Jupiter, etc.. I’ve chosen to call it Cosmic Wolf, as that seemed most obvious. Use your own imagination, and then visit my shops at Society 6, Pixels and ArtFlakes, to discover some out-of-this-world merchandise.
This gritty, black and white winter photograph was taken of a Greek revival structure, located along Huron River in Ann Arbor, Michigan, which had doorways but no doors. Prints available.
Cresting the top edge of the mountain, I could see four large silver spheres aligned into the distance, embedded within a jagged rock surface. It was a nice day and I had plenty of time to…promote the sale of my digital artwork by suggesting you visit my shops at Pixels, ArtFlakes and/or ArtPal. There, you’ll discover some really cool stuff. Thanks!