The Perils of Dimension Jumping
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Marilee, I asked you not to call me during working hours! I’m a little busy. What? I can’t hear you. Well, they’ve got me out here in some wanky fringe dimension and I’m – - What? Speak up! We have a bad connection! I don’t know if I’ll get home for Sunday’s party. Maybe. No! I can’t pick up the milk and eggs! I’m in another blasted Universe! What? I said, I’m in another – oh, for heaven’s sake. No! You’ll have to get the groceries on your own! Look, I’m signing off. Don’t call me anymore at work! I’ll text you later if I can.
Once again, Agent Rango Mackey finds himself in dutch at home, even though he’s in a far-flung alternate dimension.
(A bit of time-travel humor… so many ways to wander the Cosmos, no matter where or WHO you are!)
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All images are mine except the hooded figure in the box, which is stock art from Dabos Stock at Deviant Art.com and the background, “Space Stuff by Fune Stock”: also from Deviant Art.
The 1960’s British call box is a hand-built replica belonging to a cyber-buddy of my husband’s (for some reason, the original is blue!). Nothing here is from the BBC. The chap inside the time-bubble is my cousin Steve (the orb was made with Flexify in CS2). The concept and the characters are mine, from a story I first wrote in 1989 — and if I still had the manuscript it would be much easier to resurrect!
Multiple light-layers are applied.