A Tale of Two Worlds

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Rebecca Mock

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Rebecca Mock

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This should definitely be included under architectural studies for my book. I love this kind of style and I see it a lot in my head when I’m cooking up places like the highly advanced Nepheron or the retro-futurist cities of Eurys. 

This should definitely be included under architectural studies for my book. I love this kind of style and I see it a lot in my head when I’m cooking up places like the highly advanced Nepheron or the retro-futurist cities of Eurys. 

(Source: cyberpunt, via graylok)

More architectural inspiration for Nepheron. Berlin is a beautiful city.
art credit: http://pingallery.deviantart.com/
Architecture study for Nepheron, capital city of the Osiric Dominion. This is actually a lovely photo of Dresden in Germany, where I once spent five minutes in a train station at night, en route to Prague.
art credit: http://pingallery.deviantart.com/
I really want Eurys to have an old world feel to it, and yet to have that element that I think was most present in the 50s and early 60s of being technologically and culturally reborn. On the one hand its a world emerging from a time of great uncertainty, but on the other, its a time of unbridled enthusiasm for the future and an explosion of rapid growth and economic prosperity. It’s so compelling to me.
art credit: http://bflynn22.deviantart.com/
Will you be ready, when the time comes?
art credit: Haegemonia, http://skylow.deviantart.com/
A repost from my own blog. Preview portrait of a character coming up in Chapter six. The daughter of Dowager Empress Roshanak Senapati.
art credit: http://reiv.cgsociety.org/
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Clay Rodery

Melony?
“Hey Mel, been a while.” Snide and leering, his inky hair slicked back, Ross Delano emerged from the crowd like a snake out of the grass. “We missed you, killer. How’s the family?” he asked, taking the seat beside her. Ross was another pilot, and an ace, having downed enough enemy planes to have gotten attention from the papers. He was also a bully.
art credit: http://czaritsa.deviantart.com/
The USS Enterprise is the model I will be using for the ship of comparative specifications in my story. Of specific relevance to the world I am building, it was commissioned in 1961, the same year Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space.