More nature here
Reposting some favourites… this from August last year.
This was the third of my droids, and already I’ve gone from a five minute doodle to something more detailed. Here’s a hint of all the tentacled droids to come, and an obvious affection for the Imperial Probe from The Empire Strikes Back.
Very little difference in line weight, something it took me a long time to grasp.
Various ships, flyers, freighters, jigs and speeders.
A selection of craft that ply their trade between settlements in the asteroid belt and as far out as the outer planets. Mining and processing rocks for metals and rare-earth elements before selling them on to the established and up-and-coming outposts between Mars and Neptune.
Many of the craft are built just for work in the vacuum of space, no need for aerodynamics or streamlining. Basic agglomerations of control pods, living quarters and cargo units. Some of the freighters and skiffs occasionally skim the atmospheres of the gas giants to collect gases and materials for the F-Drives that power almost all craft, blade-like fins and rudders give extra control in these rarified environments.
Many of the ships are based on old designs, modified and upgraded when necessary. Parts and technology interchangeable between many different classes of craft, resulting in the mongrel look of this rag-tag fleet.
Life among the rocks.
Two man, inter-settlement freighter. Used to ferry supplies and fuel. Can couple a variety of cargo units allowing for greater capacity.
Friday the 13th
Lovely letterpress illustration by Alisdair Wood.
Still some left at woody.bigcartel.com
Land of the Machine.
Adding a little colour to one of my favourite droids (#363).