New Illustration: Space Sirens
The last remaining astronaut watched helplessly as his comrades left the ship one by one and were carried away. He told himself that he would not succumb the way his shipmates had; he knew he would struggle. But the creatures, if they could even be called that, somehow seemed to know him, and when his turn came and the singing of the cosmos reached a crescendo in his ears, his mind emptied of all but the desire to join them in the void. Gazing into the creature’s face, he mused on how tender, how gentle its embrace seemed to be, and even as his oxygen supply dwindled he did not resist.
i told someone, “the sky looks like you!” and they said, “thank you”
That’s exactly what I’m thinking. There’s no reason for alien life on a completely different planet to look anything like us.
Untitled. Oil on found image
Galactic Moon eclipse captured by Babak Tafreshi. Take time to look at this image, and you’ll notice several large emission nebulae with vivid red color, details of the Milky Way and lots of stars.
The Artwork of Paul Chadeisson.
themes: pirate lookout. and falling apart.
30 minutes sketches.