As a child of the eighties, with a dad who was keen to introduce me to the works of John Wyndham, I watched the ITV/Thames television adaptation of Chocky until it was firmly imprinted on my retinas. I was entranced and enamoured with the whole concept. One thing that particularly stuck in my mind was the painting of Chocky's home, as painted by Chocky through Matthew Gore. The alien landscape and confusion of colours had quite an impact and probably explain something of my later taste in art.
I decided that I wanted my own copy of the painting, my own Chocky landscape. Of course, it's not like there's a lot of merchandise from that old series and no captured image of the old standard definition, analogue taped broadcast would do justice to the original. So I decided that I'd have to make my own.
Here, after a long but casual effort, is the raw render of that scene as modelled by me in Blender, based on a single screencap from Chocky. The geometry is my best interpretation of the painting, and the textures are my approximation of the original style with cycles procedural textures. There are two light sources, used on separate render layers with the results combined; this is to replicate the inconsistent shadows from the original image.
I might yet try some post processing to give a more hand-painted look, but I've never tried that before so I decided to post the render as-is.