The Ark: Journals from Day 1JOURNAL OF CALVIN HEMPHILL (Colonist 86), DAY 1The Ark: Journals from Day 1 by QueenSerenity2012
I guess we're supposed to be documenting our lives here in these audio journals...so uh...I'm Calvin, you probably already know that. Well, we've only been here for about two hours and a lot of people still haven't found their houses let alone had time to record one of these. Uh...really isn't a lot to say yet. I'm not even sure what they want us to talk about if I'm being honest. Uh...that's all.(END)
JOURNAL OF DR. JESSICA SALEY (Colonist 11), DAY 1
Hello, this is Dr. Saley. It is approximately 2 hours since we've crossed and I'm more than happy to say that we all made it! We didn't even need any of the oxygen tanks to breathe here, the atmospheric conditions seem to be similar to home. In fact, the air actually smells a lot cleaner! The colony is located in some sort of dry forest. It's awfully hot and dry, most of the plants around are either tough looking trees, wiry shrubs, or dead. The plants seem indicative of a seasonal dry fores
The Ark: IntroductionIt was, without question, the end of Homo sapiens' dominion of the Earth.The Ark: Introduction by QueenSerenity2012
In the final few decades of his mastery mankind began to sputter and die like a poorly maintained machine. The precious resources extracted from the Earth had been drained into oblivion. Diseases, made nigh-invincible by a century of combat with vaccines, killed millions and affected millions more. Land which had supplied the exponentially growing human species with suitable farmland slowly turned to nutrient-barren wastelands. The rapidly increasing global climate wreaked havoc on the poles and, in turn, flooded the coasts and evicted any people living there. War erupted across the world as governments struggled to remain in control of the restless civilian population. Worst of all, overhunting, destruction of habitats, urbanization, and pollution poisoned the already impoverished biosphere. As the human race collapsed from attacks on all sides a miraculous event, unprecedented anywhere in history, gave h
Commissions (updated)I will be doing commissions starting soon. As far as price, nothing is set in stone, but these are my current prices:WSnyder
Line art: $8-10
Multiple line arts: $8-10 for the first, $6 for each additional drawing
Colored drawing, simple: $15
Colored drawing, shaded: $20
Colored drawing with background (non-photo, I promise): $25-30
All commissions will included multiple sized .png files (probably something like 3 different dimensions) and a .xcf file (not a .psd unfortunately, as I use GIMP v2 and not Photoshop).
I require credit if and when my work is published online and maintain the right to upload these images on my own including here or any other portfolio. Although this is not required (as I will provide .xcf files), I would like to chance to approve any edits made to my work just as a courtesy.
These are not by any means final, but you can expect to see an official commission guideline document/graphic soon.
Also, in case anyone is worried about prices, I will likely be open to barteri