Space Elevator

My current interest (when I’m not writing) is ink drawings, sometimes referred to as line drawings. I love the contrast.

Space elevators are only theoretical at this point in time, but in the future – who knows?

Sometimes it’s interesting to see what a black on white drawing looks like reversed. Which do you find most appealing?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Al Clark-Christopher’s Journal

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Chris wakes prematurely from a thirty year journey alone and trapped in the habitat ring of a massive colonial starship. His time is spent searching for an access card to allow him to learn the fate of the other colonists. There are no working computers to tell him where the ship is or how long it has been underway.

Trying to stay positive and sane are his largest hurdles.

An Unreported Curiosity

I have an idea worth toying with. The image included with this post is a four inch Personal Quantum Transporter . When a certain button is pressed the top opens and four spheres rise from inside. Three smaller globes revolve around the larger central sphere exactly four times, and then the device closes.

Handed down for generations from father to son it is considered a grand curiosity and treasured.

My protagonist will discover if the right symbols are held while touching one of the smaller globes, he will be transported to another world. I believe one of those destinations will lead to a seemingly perfect world without strife and hardship.

However, things are never what they seem. Are they?

Al Clark-Earth (Book Four) Paperback

Another Milestone in Writing

I have received the proof copy of the fourth book in my AL CLARK Series and approved it for publication. That makes all four books in the series available in eBook or Paperback format, and I’m thoroughly pleased with myself.

This makes five books if you include my SciFi Adventure – VINCENT. All I need is another fifteen books to call myself an author 🙂

Cover by: Jonathan G. Meyer

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I was blessed/cursed with a knack for repairing mechanical things.

My first car was a well used black and white 1957 Chevy. It had a six cylinder engine and a column shift. I didn’t have it long before it was replaced with something I thought was better. All these years later — I wish I’d spent more time with that car. It was, after all, my first.

I’ve had a lot of vehicles since then. Most of them well used. Although many only required a good cleaning and a little care, others were meant to be driven into the ground.

Even though the vehicle I have included in this post is before my time, I am still fascinated by what makes it work. Believe it or not, this was created on an old program called Visio.

I must admit I was inspired be Madagascar (The Movie)

Imagine shipping yourself to Africa.

Caribbean Cottage

Need a Vacation?

This piece was an experiment when I began using Copic markers. Cartooning holds a special place in my heart, and I’ve always thought this would be a great place to write that bestseller.

European Town

While in the military I spent two years stationed outside Stuttgart Germany, where I was given the opportunity to spend my weekends as a tourist. One of the first things I did was buy a cheap car, of which turned out to be the first of many. My friends and I did a lot of touristing. We created memories impossible to forget.

I have walked or driven through a number of arches such as the one depicted in this ink and colored pencil drawing.

My guess is most of these charming little towns are timeless, and look very similar today.

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