It feels SO GOOD to be finishing up the year - but with that satisfying closure comes a bit of sadness. It's been a good year.
Here's one of my final projects. The idea was to take two or more distinct genres, meld them together, and develop a variety of narrative landscape pieces from there. With that in mind, I thought up the research settlement of Delta - a human frontier town on a far-off low gravity world. Of course, there's not only humans living on this planet - there are strange, radially symmetrical native species and a whole host of interstellar refugees in the region, as well.
Here's a view of the town from the air.
Morning at a very multi-cultural covered market.
The natives pursuing their next meal.
Kal-Tuhn gangsters (some of the less savoury members of the refugee species) flee from a water robbery.
Two motorists along the Delta-Karakhun Highway get into an altercation.
More soon! (Bikers, robots, and more!)