But I’m still wading through finishing Darkship Revenge (now with more Fuse!) And I have “fiction brain.”
Also, we’re snow bound — we got about 20 inches and it’s still falling off and on — which means I’m restless and weird(er than usual.)
You guys know I do art, right? Only all my art materials are packed. Which means when I need to clear my head, I end up going hunting for public domain images and playing with them to create something different.
Mostly it’s a matter of touch ups, composition and filters (sometimes two or three.) It’s something that I can assemble late at night, then let run through filters while writing during day. Or more often while waiting for a repairman, or talking on the phone to someone.
However, some of them are cute (I steal shapes from everything, including elements of buildings.) So… In case I don’t get around to making another post, here they are with commentary.
I want to call this one something like “netting the stars.”
I And Time, Itself, Unwind — and no, I don’t know what it means. It just sort of assembled itself.
He Was An Uppity Lizard!
Landing On A Desert Planet
Alone, In The Dark — I don’t like this one. It’s a little scary.
II Didn’t Even Know You Knew Each Other.
This is my favorite, partly because it has a sense of Clifford Simak novels to me — cat and bot at the end of the universe, in the ruins of mankind’s works. Of course I also have a feeling, mostly from the cat’s expression, that they’re being unfaithful to humans. Or they feel that way.