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Fiction and worldbuilding was my first artform, with drawing being my first and favorite medium. In fact, I first taught myself to draw at age 1 because I wanted to tell stories and knew not yet how to read or write.
Artwork from my Fiction
Here are a few select pieces from my fiction. To see some of my individual fictional settings, keep scrolling:
Included here are some of my more well-developed phantasy worlds.
Ancient Borea (1999) — the mythology of the ancient Palæoboreanic people.
The Nocturnals (2001) — the adventures of a group of paranormal investigators living in Oddfellows, Washington.
The Antediluvian Epoch (1996) — a religious phantasy set in the mythical antediluvian world (i.e., our world prior to the Noachian deluge) of Abrahamic mythology.
Science Fiction Settings
Included here are some of my more well-developed science fiction worlds.
Metazoids (1998) — A Doylean “Lost World” ruled by a mysterious fourth-kingdom of macro-organisms.
The Spacebunnies (1999) — A team of superheroines who travel the universe fighting space evil.
Solar Civil War (1997) — In a future where humans have colonized the Solar system and have developed near-FTL technology, the Martians declare their independence from Earth and the first Solar Civil War breaks out.
Included here are some of my more well-developed superhero settings.
M-Squad: Mutant Squadron (1993) — a team of genetically augmented super-humans fight wave after wave of genetic abomination created by the evil Genesyn Corporation.
Drug Squad (2000) — the adventures of Captain Chronic & Nug Boy, Hash-Man, Ecstasy, the Mystic Mushroom, and The Toker.
Furry & Funny Animal Settings
Included here are some of my favorite settings and fictional worlds.
Turbo the Iguana (1992) — a group of reptilian rebels fight for freedom on a world dominated by giant dinosaurs and ruthless mammals.
Primape (1994) — a tribe of a lost old-world primate species fights for supremacy on a “lost world”-styled island filled with killer apes and prehistoric reptiles.