Friday, July 31, 2009
Thursday, July 30, 2009
The Kaleidiscopians favour a distinctive architecture for their capital city. The architecture is a mixture of Mayan and Assyrian, with an hyper-dimensional edge.
A barren moon has a difficult time competing with the exotic stars in the dark skies overhead.
The skyscrapers of Kaleidiscopia City always glow a neon green at night!
Another dark, sacred night over the Kaleidiscopia City skyline. This remarkable city is on the planet Cordero Prime. The planet is located in a very dense globular cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy! That galaxy teems with life; and it can boast of hosting over a million intelligent species.
Tuesday, July 28, 2009
The capital of Cordero Prime, Kaleidiscopia City, is almost 10,000 years old. The 9,999 story Crystal Tower in the background has dominated the skyline for hundreds of generations.
A walk down the streets of this so-called City Of Gems can be very disorienting and surreal!
Sunday, July 26, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
Tuesday, July 21, 2009
Jade III is a tropical planet that orbits a sun in the Large Magellanic Cloud, far above the Milky Way Galaxy! This tranquil planet sports an even more dramatic sky at night. Our sun is one of the billions of stars in the left arm of the Milky Way.
A multi-coloured shuttle sails over the Bridge of Sighs on the way to its landing pod on Cordero Prime. The planet Venusia glows green above the Kaleidiscopia Harbour. A crimson sky and dozens of nearby stars herald sunset on this beautiful world in the Sombrero Galaxy!
Saturday, July 18, 2009
The sun will turn into an orange giant in the distant future! Life has bloomed all over the outer Solar System, now that the sun is much hotter in its old age. Saturn is shown rising over a swampy, sultry Titan as the orange sun burns through the purple haze.
Friday, July 17, 2009
Thursday, July 16, 2009
Sunday, July 12, 2009
A globular star cluster turns the night sky into a jewel box above Cordero Prime. Dozens of blue-giant stars also help to light up the Emperor's Garden on this incredible planet in the Sombrero Galaxy. Thousands of the stars in this rich cluster sport their own civilizations. The Sombrero Galaxy is perhaps the most fertile galaxy in the entire Universe!
Thursday, July 9, 2009
The desert moon Equidora gently rises above the Red House on a typically cloudy evening. Lingero III is a water-soaked world that is blessed with fountains and enormous rivers and swamps. Equidora hardly has a molecule of water on its dessicated surface.
The solar-system is located in a very dense globular cluster in the Sombrero Galaxy. Dozens of stars are close enough to shine even in the daytime.
Wednesday, July 8, 2009
Lingero III is a swampy planet located in a globular cluster, deep inside the Sombrero Galaxy. Thousands of stars lie within a one-light year radius, and Lingero III is a stranger to darkness. Many of these stars can also boast of their own life-forms and galactic civilizations.
A lone moon, Equidora, sports a planet-wide desert, and helps to give the nocturnal riparian landscape its ruddy hue.