The Excalibur Habitat Ring

Christopher’s Journal (Prequel to The Al Clark Series)

Christopher is alone, and trapped in the habitat ring of an aged colonial starship. He doesn’t know if the rest of the colonists are sleeping or dead. He is unsure what to do. This scenario was not covered at the Spacer’s Academy.

This is another drawing from his journal that documents his predicament. To help maintain his sanity he must find ways to stay busy and kill time. Drawing not only kills time, it helps ward off going crazy.

The Excalibur Colonial Starship

This is a rendition of the starship featured in my Al Clark Series. I created a number of variations, although this is probably my favorite. This is the ship Al wakes up on, with no idea how he got there or why. What’s worse, he cannot remember his name.

(Computer Graphic)

Alien Invasion

Life as we know it will change.

We don’t know when they are coming.

We don’t know if they are already here.

We don’t know where they will come from.

We don’t know if they come to conquer or save.

When they get here we will know.

(Cut-paper and markers-Reversed)

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

Space Cat

Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!

My selection for today has nothing to do with the Irish holiday, but it’s green.

For thousands of years cats have befriended us. Because of our special bond, I see no reason they won’t follow us into space. Here is a computer generated graphic of a possible home base for a cat aboard a space ship. It is from here the cat will control the mouse population. 🙂

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?

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