Blast From The Past
I’ve been drawing a long time. This is a collection of drawings from my childhood:
One of the most common types of drawings I liked to make when I was young was of explosions – mostly exploding stars or planets. I used fluorescent crayons mostly, but my scanner does not pick up those colors well. Here are four drawings that I still have:
Another common type of drawing I used to make was of coral reefs or jungles. Many of the animals were creatures I thought up myself. I still do this.
I also drew alien landscapes:
One time I drew a picture of three friends that lived on an asteroid. One was a ghost that orbited the asteroid, one was a green insectoid that lived on the surface, and the third was a furry creature that lived inside.
Another time I drew a picture of a frozen planet with two mysterious spacecraft in orbit.
Another time I drew my sister as a sorceress.
Another time I drew my childhood conceptions of Hell and Heaven. I used to watch a lot of Star Trek. Looking closely, you can see the Enterprise-D (twice), a Federation shuttle, and Romulan, Ferengi, and Borg spacecraft.
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My name is Dan. I am an author, artist, explorer, and contemplator of subjects large and small.