Spaceport

My post for today is an early drawing I created on a paper plate. There are many varieties of spaceports, this one requires a spacesuit and gravity boots.

(Ink and Markers on a paper plate)

One Wheel Battle Pod

The Future of War:

Unfortunately, we, as a race, will not stop inventing new wars. Even after relocating to other worlds, there will be a need for war machines. This concept combines high mobility with deadly fire power.

Created with cut paper and markers for a simulated 3D effect.

Alien Life

Somewhere in the universe there is another planet with life. Although it may not be animal life, it is life in preparation of creatures that crawl, walk, and stand . This oil painting is my interpretation of plant life on another world – patiently waiting for the people that will abuse or adapt them for their own purposes.

Space Ship 2

After travelling for months, a navigational error has thrown this poor soul off course. When she manages to land on a desolate, rocky world, she stops to pray to the universe for directions. Will she find her way home, and if she does – will it still be there?

This is part of a set of space ships created with cut-paper resembling rock and steel, and a touch of markers.

If you like my art, check out my SciFi books. I write good Old-Fashioned Science Fiction.

Amazon Author Page: https://www.amazon.com/Jonathan-G.-Meyer/e/B00OPEO91I

Homecoming

To travel in space is, for the most part, boring. If the ship is operating properly, life consists of checklists and food. Similar to prison, the highlight of the day is mealtime. To make matters worse, space travel is time consuming – in more than one way. It is possible to take a six month journey and return home many years later. Who says time travel is not possible?

This acrylic painting asks the question: Do you even want to return home?

FREE Giveaway

In a few short months I will celebrate five years as a published author. The experience has been; enlightening, educational, addictive, and–at times–frustrating. After a lifetime of work and raising a family, I finally managed to write some of the stories that percolated in my mind all my life. At sixty years of age I wrote Al Clark (Book One), and believed I had a good grasp of the English language. What I learned was that I had a lot to learn. There are words that have more than one meaning. Different meanings can be described with a multitude of words, all with a slightly different interpretation. In five years my vocabulary has expanded, my word choice has improved, and my imaginings have become easier to portray. In short, it’s been quite the adventure.

Each book has been revised several times, as my skill progressed, leading to increasingly better reviews. My favored genre is Science Fiction, and I’ve published four books to date.

Two or three chapter samples are available for FREE on Prolificworks.com. Take a chance and see what you think. Download and read on any device.

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AL CLARK (Book One) A Sci-Fi Adventure

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AL CLARK-Avalon (Book Two)

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AL CLARK-Thera (Book Three)

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VINCENT – An unusual hero

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Death Star

I created this years ago when Star Wars was big. It is an ink drawing that has been reversed. This death machine has the same fatal flaw as the original. As they say in the movie, “Remain on target.”

Robot Friend

Friendship is blind. A true friend does not care if you are black or white, Asian or Russian, young or old, or Robotic. Am I right?

Alien Flowers

My idea of what life might look like on an alien world. There are millions of planets, so I believe these flowers exist somewhere. Created with Copic Markers.

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