This is my gallery of various art pieces, not necessarily only images (check out the wyvern stories for novels). Some images might even have some story underneath. Their age does not really matter, I keep updating them to reflect my current opinions, so feel free to comment even on apparently old things. Only own works are listed in this area (except for photos obviously where only taking the picture was my effort). For licensing details, ask, unless the piece itself mentions!
The cheetaan universe is a large sci-fi setting I am planning since more than a decade. The central element would be the discovery of interstellar travel, our expansion, and along that, our encounters with various other intelligent races with different backgrounds, cultures and even biological constructions. Could we coexist with them or would we destroy? Could we understand their ways of life, their unique features? Would they even accept us? Would we be able to fill in a role in this new world, or be doomed to never settling conflicts? How we would even relate ourselves out there? For now I only post some art and fragments, planning to release larger related works later.
Experimental stories and images around a few fictional wyvern species. In these I was practicing writing in English, composing stories over world-ideas, kind of exploratory works towards the realization of the cheetaan universe. More might follow later. The stories are disjoint, set up in different eras with no intentions for a coherent overall world, using various dragonlike creatures.
Website designs I did in the past. I am fairly content with the current mecha-cheetah design, so unless someone needs something crafty, I won't likely do more for awhile. Neither of these are "modern", I never liked the trends, most of the designs created in the era when glossy mess was the norm. However with each I tried to build the underlying technology so it functioned more or less accordingly to the then-current recommendations.
Various photographs of various subjects. Nature, particularly lizards, some random city settings, a few shots from narrow-gauge volunteering mixed with some cave interiors and others. I acquired an Olympus C2500L digital camera in 2010 which was used for almost all of these. Nowadays I don't photograph too much since the camera really shows aging, maybe worn by the outdoor conditions it was frequently exposed to.
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