We’re still in a spaceship lost in space. One man worship the female pilot. Here nails glows like lamps he says in the poem I’m getting inspiration from to this drawing.
It’s a bad photo of the drawing, but I hope you can se something anyway.
The technician in the space poem about a spaceship lost in space after leaving earth with thousands and thousands of people tells about the aha moment when he thougt he saw how the universal memory bank worked before it blew up in an explosion. He transformed to a space and eye in madness. Rising from the cell he was locked in with the female pilot.
He hears the people in the big hall laugh of joy.
Darkness falls on the spaceship drifting towards an unpleasant destiny. Their comfort and godess broke down into pieces and is no longer their guiding star. The spaceship conqueror step forward and thousands of following sheeps mocks the one who in vain tries to fix the godess.
We’re about to make our planet impossible to live on, next thing will be we have to escape in a spaceship searching for a planet B. We would probably destroy that one too.
It’s not a story with happy ending. I hope we can change our own future by change our destroying way of living to something smarter.
Maybe I should do a series of drawings showing how we could do differently. Hmmmm… I have to think about that idea.
The space journey continues. The memory monitor on the space ship can no longer carry the pictures from the explosions on the destroyed earth, so she explode and will no longer exist. The people on the ship wants to run away from the catastrophe but can’t hold back their curiosity. So they watch the explosion with horror and fear.
I will try to reach the goal of 103 drawings. This was no 29. It’s still an exiting drawing journey and I will carry on as long as I find images in my head when I read the Swedish poem that inspires me to do this drawings.
Maybe this will be the last drawing in the 2017 drawing goals. My plan is to make 103 drawings and this is no 28, so my drawing goals for 2018 will be the same as 2017 and 2016. This is the longest drawing project I have started and still working on. I easily get bored, so long projects are not for me, but this project is still so exciting.
My inspiration comes from a Swedish space poem. People have left earth because they have destroyed their chances of still live there. The spaceship they travel in has lost the course and will end up in nowhere in universe.
They kind of have a jombotron in the ship showing them memories from earth. But that thingie will no longer show views from earth. It hurt to much to se the destruction scenes from earth. The transmissions are to painful to receive. The stones on earth shout out in despair and clouds of shame damage the receiver technique.
Two people on the space ship from planet earth remembers the time on earth before the big bomb destroyed the planet. They remember the language that now one no longer understand, they sing songs about the destruction, they dance and they fall asleep.
My drawings comes from reading a Swedish space poem story. This drawing is nearly finished, but I have a lot more drawings to make before I rech no 103.
The story comes from a Swedish poem about a space journey. Mankind has destroyed Earth and cannot live there anymore. They travel through space in a spaceship that broke down after start. They have no longer control over ship.
This drawing is about when dead people talk through stones about the horrible explosion that made Earth, ears and eyes broke down. They shout with Kassandra and the guide in the spaceship get the sad message through their jumbotron-like screen that his beloved is dead.
My drawing journey continues through space. The space ship course is undefined. They lost the steer ability and are headed to unknown destiny. They don’t hurt Mother Earth anymore but they will probably never find a new home since the spaceship is broken.
Some of you may notice the steering gear symbol. I wanted to illustrate infinity.
My inspiration to this weird drawings comes from a Swedish space epos written in the middle of the 1900 century. The poems are still very up to date, so I want to continue this drawing journey till the last word. I plan to do about 103 drawings. I’m on no 26 now. It’s still a long way to the finish drawing.
My drawing journey continues slowly. My inspiration comes from a Swedsih space epos about how mankind has destroyed mother earth and have to find somewhere else to live. One spaceship lost track and drift endlessy in space towards the bitter end.
This drawing is about how the doctor examines their eyes and find crocodile tears that no longer will be there when the space journey gets further away from the home planet.
This is a fantastic drawing journey that gives me endless possibilities to draw whatever I want. I find weird places in my brains that I didn’t know existed.
My goal is to reach 103 drawings so I still have a long way to go.
When the anxiety and doubt hit the passengers on the spacehip that lost track and never will return the get open cans of life and memories from where they come from before entering the spaceship.
They entered the spacehip because life on planet earth was no longer possible. They destroyed the planet with their unwise living style. They entered spacehip for a travel to planet b, but the spaceship broke and could no longer steering in the right direction.
My goal is to make about 103 drawings. I just finished no 21!
It’s an exciting drawing journey and I really like this project I’ve given myself. Now I just have to find more time to make new drawings.
The next one will probably be something with crocodile tears.
By the way, anyone of you who recognize the reference I use in the picture on the can?
When I thought about how to draw a can with the content Life, my thoughts went immediately to this reference. Can you guess what went through my mind when I thought about the word and the feeling LIFE. I give you a lead; “I got life…” 🎶
And do you recognize the reference I use for the anxiety people in the drawing?
Consumed joy and memories echoes in space from long gone valleys and waves on the planet they left for it was no longer possible to live there. Mankind destroyed the planet and evacuated the citizens by putting them on spaceships heading for other planets to live on. But one ship lost track and can no longer find a way back.
They live in the ship with memories from the time before the catastrophe. In space bad rumors constantly flows and the goodness is a light always there, but not noticed by everyone.
I do my drawing with inspiration from a Swedish space epos. The further I get in the project the more I can tell you about it.
It’s a little over hundred drawings to make, so I have some more drawings to do 😉
The people in the spacehip that lost the track in space with no chance of saviour slowly get older and they finally die. But the story I take inspiration from describe the process of being older and then die like a slow transformation into a forever living star in the universe.
So that’s what I try to picture in this drawing. A beautiful lady turns old by gradually turn into a star and become a beauty in universe impossible to sort out from all other stars.
She see the light and then become one with light. She dreams of the earth like it was the time before humans made it impossible to stay on the planet and therefore had to leave.
She will be missed by those who try to find her star in universe.
I like the idea of us turning into stars when we’re finished here. The greek mythology is about stars too I think. So the thought is not new.
I have over 80 more drawings to do before I reach my goal, but I keep drawing as long as I think it’s fun.
You know how it can be. In a relationship, friendship, parentship, work relations or anything else that has to do with interacting with others.
First it’s all good, fun and stable. Then after sometime there isn’t what it used to be. You try to figure out what’s different. If it’s you or the other, or both. How come you didn’t notice the change if there really is a difference between now and then.
You think you do the same as always but suddenly the other part doesn’t respond like before. You try and try again, but still you don’t get the same response as you use to.
You try to bring it up, lay it out on the table. Saying out loud, what’s wrong? Still no answer that explain the situation. Still no answer at all. Like you talking to a silent wall.
You even talk to your freinds and they say maybe you should try doing something about it or get help from outside. Maybe you should try start over.
You think about what they’ve been saying and decide to try look inside the problem. At least what you think is a problem. You get under the skin and try to find out what’s wrong.
You finally see what it is and all of a sudden you get a bit angry. It’s an easy problem to solve, but a time consuming one because the silent part hasn’t sayed anything!
Yes, it’s the usual breakup reason
-I need more space.
– Well if you had sayed something a little earlier this wouldn’t have been such big issue.
Luckily I could make more space for the silent part, but it took me a whole dxxx day to clean up the mess.
Now we’re seem to be back in fairly normal state. We’re talking again, but I can honestly say I fall out of love a long time ago. But I stay until I have time finding something new that actually will talk to me when the space become to little.
So a whole Sunday for some spacemaking to get my old ipad work again. Gaaaaahhhhh, I feel like I have lost a whole day, but at least ipad is no longer crash every second.
I hope this means I can be a little more active on wp than lately.