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Silence of the Sky
From atop the cliffs, the tumult of sea at night seemed remote, too far away to ever hurt anyone. On the horizon, a string of lights revealed freighters waiting their turn to enter port, some twenty kilometers to the north, like they had for thousands of years. Brilliant lights shone all along the curving shore in that direction, only fading as they came closer, through one sedated coastal town after another. The breeze brought a chill, and the smell of salt, while up the promenade traveled mixed music from merry-go-rounds and beer gardens. It was peaceful at this end. The few floating lamps kept trying to cluster where people did, to the cha
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A worldbuilding manifesto
(Or: a discussion of science fiction clichés) Long ago, I created a space opera universe, with high hopes of setting all kinds of awesome stories in it. That didn't work out. Took me years to write just one. Even writing down all I knew about the setting didn't help. After some reworking, it finally yielded another story written by a friend, and a forum-based roleplaying adventure. And that was all. My third attempt at worldbuilding came much later, and went straight to science-fantasy. But even though almost everything changed, most of my old principles turned out to have aged just fine. So here they (still) are. Enjoy.Earth should not
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The Watch
Plumes of smoke drifted across the clear summer sky, carrying with them the acrid smell of still-burning fires. Below, narrow streets winded among facades riddled with holes, pavement stones upturned by tank treads wherever the lumbering mechanical beetles had struggled to turn some corner. Here, a lamp post leaned against a partially collapsed house, where an artillery shell had pierced the wall and exploded, scattering blackened bricks every which way. There, water gurgled out of the exposed pipework of what had been a lovely public fountain, forming pools in the tattered shadow of an awning. There was no sound but for the crackling of fla
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Silence of the Sky
From atop the cliffs, the tumult of sea at night seemed remote, too far away to ever hurt anyone. On the horizon, a string of lights revealed freighters waiting their turn to enter port, some twenty kilometers to the north, like they had for thousands of years. Brilliant lights shone all along the curving shore in that direction, only fading as they came closer, through one sedated coastal town after another. The breeze brought a chill, and the smell of salt, while up the promenade traveled mixed music from merry-go-rounds and beer gardens. It was peaceful at this end. The few floating lamps kept trying to cluster where people did, to the cha
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Sunset Flight Cover
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Amusement Park
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Cover for Game Programming Interfaces
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Robots in Spring
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A worldbuilding manifesto
(Or: a discussion of science fiction clichés) Long ago, I created a space opera universe, with high hopes of setting all kinds of awesome stories in it. That didn't work out. Took me years to write just one. Even writing down all I knew about the setting didn't help. After some reworking, it finally yielded another story written by a friend, and a forum-based roleplaying adventure. And that was all. My third attempt at worldbuilding came much later, and went straight to science-fantasy. But even though almost everything changed, most of my old principles turned out to have aged just fine. So here they (still) are. Enjoy.Earth should not
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The Watch
Plumes of smoke drifted across the clear summer sky, carrying with them the acrid smell of still-burning fires. Below, narrow streets winded among facades riddled with holes, pavement stones upturned by tank treads wherever the lumbering mechanical beetles had struggled to turn some corner. Here, a lamp post leaned against a partially collapsed house, where an artillery shell had pierced the wall and exploded, scattering blackened bricks every which way. There, water gurgled out of the exposed pipework of what had been a lovely public fountain, forming pools in the tattered shadow of an awning. There was no sound but for the crackling of fla
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Flexible fencing animation!!
It's still absolutely unbelievable but it's real!! 😍😍😍 I got to say this whole year was really tough for me because I just can't do anything with my love for drawing contortion and flexible characters but I almost stopped sharing it on DA because I have this weird feeling that people think this theme is too old and beaten... I'm constantly afraid that I upload one more contortionist and someone would say they've had enough of it and I should go out of my comfort zone more often for fresh air or something... It took me almost a year to post this picture of Pierrot that I actually drew in February, I just... absolutely
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World Anvil, a review
A few weeks formerly, I ran across a posting about a new world-building site called ’World Anvil’ Much like the smith tool, it is big, bulky, and know what? It’s explicitly what’s needed, without the cost, and without being tied to just one computer. One of the nice things about cloud computing it seems. So without anything to lose and everything to gain, I gave it a try. In truth, ~felixplesoianu (https://www.deviantart.com/felixplesoianu) and I have. So far, I have recommended it highly. It allows you to build your world using specific fields, hyperlinked together. You fill in various areas such as species, then drill down into more and more specific
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And thank you for the watch!!!
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