A lot has changed over the years on the red planet. Well, wait a minute. Strike that. Nothing has changed on the red planet. In fact, this isn’t even Mars. It’s a digital collage, which, when combined with your imagination, may vaguely resemble the surface of that planet. Or not. No matter. The point is that you can visit my shops at Redbubble, ArtPal and ArtFlakes for some out of this world 👽 gifts and apparel.
Less like the goose that laid the golden egg, this design reminded me more of the 1986 sci-fi movie, Aliens. Actually, I made this using Bryce software, where the structure (less the egg) was originally a fractal design. It’s complicated to explain the creative process, but easy to enjoy this image on a wall or other items – available in these shops:
Locked in the ice of a frozen sea on a barren landscape of a distant planet, a surreal series of rings form a concentric arc in defiance of gravity around a glowing blue sphere.
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A mysterious turquoise sphere reflects while situated on a flat area of an otherwise jagged, sci-fi digital landscape, with a frozen tundra backdrop. Who did it get there? Learn more when you visit my shop at Pixels to discover some out of this world items…
Do you remember what the interior of the space colony looked like in the movie, Aliens? Well, it was something like this, though this digital artwork was created in three dimensions using a fractal, and not as the result of some menacing creature from outer space. Thank goodness, because you can enjoy this design in safety by visiting these online shops:
As part of another solar system, somewhere deep in outer space, an uninhabited green planet of smooth mountains and an acid sea awaits discovery. In fact, you may be the very first visitor – and, you don’t have to wait to discover some very cool merchandise! Simply visit my shops at Society 6, Redbubble and Pixels. But, please remember – don’t drink the water.
The spacecraft touched down and the decompression chamber eased me out of suspended animation and into a groggy consciousness. I glanced at the navigation instrumentation but the system appeared inoperative, likely damaged upon landing. Where was I?
After wrangling with the video monitoring equipment for what seemed like an hour, I finally had a view outside of the ship: the barren landscape of an alien world strewn with giant eggs.