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The giant harvesters floated effortlessly over the fields of Glipf. They had to hurry, they had only until moonset. That reminded Blaxap, that he too, should hurry. If he didn’t make the citadel gates, as the last moonbeams touched the glass sails, they would notice. They were always waiting. He shuddered and moved the drive control to maximum…

Another iPad generated sketch with story snippet.


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My artwork ranges from the traditional, to the slightly offbeat.

With the wildlife and landscape, paintings, I like a more photo-realistic approach, with light, colour, emotion and a sense of space, being key components.

My cartoons are a little quirky, with themes and styles varying according to mood.

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  • rightasrain
    rightasrainabout 3 years ago

    Marvellous Tom! I’m in 2 minds if it’s a sunset sky at the end of a massive tunnel, or the moon :)

  • I like your tunnel idea -seems more sci-fi. :) Thanks Hillie

    – Tom Godfrey

  • Brian Towers
    Brian Towersabout 3 years ago

    Wonderful! I can feel Blaxap’s anxiety in seeing his Glipf crop threatened by being satellite…are they already on fire I wonder.

  • :) could be, Mr Imaginative

    – Tom Godfrey

  • wjclark
    wjclarkabout 3 years ago

    Cool!! Nice Work!!

  • Thanks again Bill

    – Tom Godfrey

  • retepk
    retepkabout 3 years ago

    Amazing stuff.
    Cheers mate.

  • Cheers retepk

    – Tom Godfrey

  • Keith Reesor
    Keith Reesorabout 3 years ago

    Fantastic work Tom!! Great story!! :)

  • Thanks Keith. I have this idea that one day I may write a book :)

    – Tom Godfrey

  • Nadya Johnson
    Nadya Johnsonabout 3 years ago

    Cool work, Tom! This would be an awesome entry for our current challenge at Cutting Edge (Future Visions!). Hope you’ll check out our sci-fi challenge too, The Dark Side.

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