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I did this some years ago when I was more interested in showing big scale objects, the ship being several miles wide, but I’ve just realised I’m also showing a big scaly object.
Acrylic on board. 20″ × 14″
space, fi, sci
How wonderful ! really big scale world.
Fantastic artwork (no pun intended) wonderful imagery and wonderful perspective, lovely colours too. Absolutely fantastically well done. hugs
I don’t often get hugs as well as such nice comments Hilary. Thank you.
– Brian Towers
You have to learn to balance your scales!!Great as usual Brian
When some people see these pictures they think I’m decidedly unbalanced. Thanks Neil. How’d you like to be interviewed by me – tell you about it tomorrow?
Terrific Brian, love this.
Thank you Pat, as ever, you’re a gem.
whoa, bus stop of the future. Are those entire cities under those domes?? Very cool piece of work!
Yep! I think I had in mind that that white ship was a number 9 bus and the rider was waiting at the stop. If it had been true to form I should have had three arriving all at once. Thanks Stephanie.
A joy forever. Great work,well executed.
Another beauty….you have such an imagination:-) Love the form of transport you’ve given the traveller…although I think I would probably be a tad concerned about riding it. Awesome work…and hugs from me too :-)
I’m getting hugged to death by some lovely people Chris – what a way to go.
Excellent -the typical Brian humour showing through as well :) keep em coming mate!
Well done Brian,I’ll have to show these to Kieth, he’s not on the net. He loves SCI-Fi but is back in the stone age where technology is concerned