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Hey guys! Just wanted to let everyone know I'm open for commissions. $50 for single b/w character or creature, $65 for colors. Anything more complex than that feel free to message me and I'll give you a quote! I have prior experience illustrating for TTRPGs and I can provide more examples of my past commission work if you ask

Ya just *gotta* catch ‘em all sometimes.

My half of an art trade/collab thing w/ my friend

An Ardakk shaman calls on the spirits of his ancestors the night before a hunt

Another commission for Ryan Bowers! (instagram.com/liltachyon/)

Although infamous and derided for their habits of scavenging the refuse of other species, Ndurians are quite capable of homegrown ingenuity, as attested to by the massive moving cities of their home planet.

Commission for Ryan Bowers (@ryanbowersart on insta)the design is his. I had an absolute blast with this one

Hey guys! Just wanted to let everyone know I'm open for commissions. $50 for single b/w character or creature, $65 for colors. Anything more complex than that feel free to message me and I'll give you a quote! I have prior experience illustrating for TTRPGs and I can provide more examples of my past commission work if you ask

The Impi of Ukuwa Station are experts, hardened veterans and tactical geniuses. Whether mounted in a mech or wielding an energized iklwa and a paracausal nguni shield, they are not to be trifled with.

Commission for the super cool Ukuwa Station afrofuturistic LancerRPG campagin/setting. Check it out if you have a chance!

Heavy armor plating is required for all patrols that cut through the styracosaur herd routes

My friend's Lancer character Meridia and her custom Saladin mech. She's a medic quipped with hardlight defenses and a shatterhead colony missile launcher

The B.A.G. "Boss" light assault mech was famed both for its combat versatility as well as for its Gruetter-type fuel rod which hampered movement but allowed it to keep going longer and harder than anything else in battle.

A love letter to the rather /unique/ design sensibilty of Bagboss (instagram.com/bagboss.art/)

The Zhao-Hutchinson Supermassive Reflector Array (ZHSRA), the construction of which began in the 2170s, was the culmination of decades of international cooperation to rebuild a world ravaged by pollution and ecological collapse. It’s primary short-term goal was to aid in the re-growth of the northern ice cap by redirecting sunlight away from the pole and redistributing it towards industrial zones to be used for power.

Biologist Dr. Jun Yunchao was instrumental in coordinating international efforts to create “archive biomes.” These wildlife refuges were stocked with the flora and fauna of rapidly disappearing ecologies in the hope that they could be preserved, studied, and rehabilitated in the future. Detractors criticized these efforts as wasteful and expensive. Dr. Yunchao’s infamous response to such criticism was: “I’d rather see every nation on earth made bankrupt than one more species made extinct.”

The “greening” of urban spaces began in most places as halfhearted greenwashing programs spearheaded by slick politicians and corporate interests looking to sway public opinion in their favor. However, serious efforts to bring back native flora to cities was effective at rehabilitating bird and insect populations therein, as well as improving air quality. By the 2100s, flower beds sprouted from bus shelters and lawns topped office buildings in any municipality that hoped to be taken seriously.

The collapse of international communications conglomerates left communication dead zones all over the world. On remote Pentecost island, residents applied traditional building techniques used in Nagol land-diving towers to construct long-range wi-fi nodes capable of rising above the jungle and mountains of their home.

“An industrial wind
Blows from the west
It’ll burn out your eyes
And suck out your breath “

A miller in rural South Dakota takes advantage of a brief lull in the wind to play some old pre-collapse tunes. When the grids failed, people had to adjust their work to the rhythms of nature rather than an arbitrarily imposed schedule.

Lyrics from “Sauget Wind” by Uncle Tupelo

youtube.com/watch?v=r_z-D2jEjt

The Americans negligence of their own rail lines and public transit systems throughout the 1900s and early 2000s created a serious problem when they could no longer ignore increasingly severe oil crises from the 2070s onward. Their solution was to electrify the sprawling American highway system. Power lines arced over freeway lanes where trolleybuses and mile-long cargo trams replaced the once-ubiquitous automobile.

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