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This page has drawings, mostly done by colored pencils on paper. Some of them have been enhanced digitally.

Marooned1_edited_edited

Marooned1_edited_edited

It's quite a beautiful depiction of an individual being stranded in an unknown world. The man is a member of a crew of a commercial star vessel called, Odyssey 2001, which is a homage to the 1968 film, 2001: A Space Odyssey. The man, a few hours after the Odyssey 2001 crash lands on the planet RL24/D, wanders the around the surface, separated from his crewmates, and he discovers an extra-terrestrial civilization.

Marooned2_edited

Marooned2_edited

This is the other half of it.

Ghaxan Type 1 Sidearm

Ghaxan Type 1 Sidearm

This is a handgun crafted from Ghaxan technology. It is fed plasma batteries and it has good accuracy and rate of fire.

Metamorphosis -  All Shapes, All Forms

Metamorphosis - All Shapes, All Forms

A picture of one my greatest characters, Joseph Tyler from the novel that is currently in production, Metamorphosis. As you can see, he has amazing abilities that were given to him by alien biotechnology. Not only the ability to morph into different alien forms, but his enhanced human abilities such as, speed, strength, agility, and intelligence.

Sandy Caverns

Sandy Caverns

This depicts an outpost located underneath the desert planet in the Elysian system.

Shrouding Storms

Shrouding Storms

A great mystery revolves around this enormous ancient structure.

Maze of Knowledge

Maze of Knowledge

A massive library, made built under a huge mausoleum, made from a network of hallways a mile long, with bookshelves that are as tall as trees, with relics and artifacts being displayed, like an art gallery.

Cherry Rose

Cherry Rose

Too hot to trot, too dangerous to mess with, especially when she has on an armored exo-suit.

S-X1 (Sini-Mech X) Type 1

S-X1 (Sini-Mech X) Type 1

The Sini-Mech is our most feared and deadliest enemy. But this new kind of Sini-Mech is born. Faster, stronger, and more powerful than common S-Ms. Comes equipped with on-board weapons.

Metamorphosis - The Rabbithole_edited

Metamorphosis - The Rabbithole_edited

With the help of alien technology, the Bureaus of Logistics and Intelligence of Extra-Terrestrials have extended into space, starting with the construction of this vast moonbase.

MagmaWorks

MagmaWorks

Built on a planet with intense, but otherwise stable volcanic activity, this facility is used for melting heaps of scrap made from metal into newer material. You could call it recycling.

Sini-Mech

Sini-Mech

Designed by evil, built for war, programmed with the urge for destruction, great speed, strength, agility, rage, these monstrous cyborgs will stop at nothing but to destroy the entire human race, that has spread across the galaxy.

Sini-Mech Hades Class Destroyer

Sini-Mech Hades Class Destroyer

Pick a ship from the Sini-Mech navy that's perfect for annihilating an entire fleet. This is it. Able to hold 3 Devil Class frigates, 1 Ravager Class Battlecruiser.

S'hjarak Plaguers

S'hjarak Plaguers

Another concept for Metamorphosis. A Tharvakan race that was once normal, but they have been transformed by a tragic incident involving bio-hazardous elements. The results have come back with a vengeance. They are called, Plaguers. Once they touch you, you'll be like them. Excellent for biological warfare.

Quite a Home_edited

Quite a Home_edited

With beautiful architecture made from glass, stone, and steel, and a breathtaking view, it makes you wish you could live in this reality. If it was real. It very well might be.

Wonder and Excitement at Another Level_edited

Wonder and Excitement at Another Level_edited

This is truly an amazing thing you'll want to enjoy in space. This is the surface of a moon called Gyon. The colorful objects are, in fact, giant crystals. There are other moons in the picture that have giant colorful crystals on the surface. The one on the left is the biggest one. It's called, Cryson.

Ghaxan Type 2 Sub-Machine Gun

Ghaxan Type 2 Sub-Machine Gun

High speed rate of fire and great accuracy crafted by Ghaxan technology.

Savage

Savage

Another alien race from my universe. They are called, Hynxu. They are very violent, some are brutish. They are also skilled warriors, innovative builders and carpenters. Their homes ,large structures, and even their weapons are built from wood. Part of their culture is killing and conquering. The multicolored shapes on their skin is the blood of their enemies. This was inspired by the N'avi from James Cameron's Avatar, only the Hynxu have green skin and they're marked with blood.

The Outlands_edited

The Outlands_edited

The one place that every living organism dreads. An ominous, slimy landscape, created from failed experimental bio-technology. The results have sprouted tentacles, extra limbs, and the urge to kill.

Quell the Assault!

Quell the Assault!

The Sini-Mech don't really make such a good effort to defend their bases and outposts. That's because they would rather let human UGCE-CDF forces come through their front door, while they wait to ambush them.

Red and Blue

Red and Blue

Looks like an MTCU just got an upgrade.

Fire at Will

Fire at Will

Mechanized Tactical Combat Units(MTCUs) are pretty much expert users of whatever weapons they can find (Human, Sini-Mech, etc.)

UGCE-CDF - Marine (Woodland Armor and Camo)

UGCE-CDF - Marine (Woodland Armor and Camo)

Wearing this camo and body armor are the toughest, battle-hardened roughnecks the Colonial Defense Forces have to offer. But unfortunately, it still isn't enough to effectively combat the most deadliest enemy they have ever faced, the Sini-Mech.

UGCE-CDF - Marine (Arctic Armor and Camo)

UGCE-CDF - Marine (Arctic Armor and Camo)

If the CDF Marines are in combat on a planet with a freezing climate, they would need to wear this.

UGCE-CDF - Vehicles (ACD 22 Aerial Combat Dropship)

UGCE-CDF - Vehicles (ACD 22 Aerial Combat Dropship)

Describe your image.

Devil's Dimension_edited

Devil's Dimension_edited

Even in the Time/Space Continuum, battles are fought against evil. There is a dimension where a planet-sized tesseract rests. Inside the cube, there is an evil entity waiting to wreak his dominion over our dimension. We've come to call it, Pandora's Box.

Attack of the Warheads_edited

Attack of the Warheads_edited

Born in industrial factories and built for war, these mechanical giants are the most unstoppable. Their army exceeds over 30,000. Not only that, but they come equipped with devastatingly powerful weapons. When they are set for invasions or assaults, they are launched from enormous cannons, hence the name, warheads.

The Chamber

The Chamber

Inside the tesseract, there are places with architecture that is just artfully stunning.

Charon

Charon

One of the many planets in the universe that have been taken by the Sini-Mech.

DSETD Bio-Hazard Units

DSETD Bio-Hazard Units

The DSETD has a clean-up crew for hazardous materials and substances, as well as pandemics.

Isle of Mystery_edited

Isle of Mystery_edited

There lies a structure of enormous stature. Not one person knows exactly what type it is, because no one who came close to it has ever been able to determine that or return, for that matter.

Metamorphosis - W.H.P. Operative

Metamorphosis - W.H.P. Operative

World Human Power is a top secret organization that hates and fears extra-terrestrials. This is a field operative of W.H.P. These men are extremists. There is no negotiation with them. They will literally become martyrs to reach their goal: Wipe out Earth's alien population. This comes straight outta the Metamorphosis universe.

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Trooper_edited

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Trooper_edited

A foot soldier of Sh'jarak Vesjadu Yexzai (United Tharvakan Interplanetary Forces). He is a native of T'sunai, a tropical planet in the Tharvak system, populated by T'sunaiwa. Troopers are real tough and are willing to give their lives, only some will retreat from battle.

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Enforcer_edited

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Enforcer_edited

Enforcers are elite warriors of the Tharvakan military. Over hundreds of them are trained but, only a few are chosen. They come from the planet S'valaak, populated by S'valaakei. Some of them are quite known for being descendants in a royal bloodline of the first ruling families of S'valaak. In combat, Enforcers are brilliant tacticians, and refuse to let anything stand in the way of their objective.

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Hawk-Eye_edited

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Hawk-Eye_edited

Hawk-Eyes come from a race of Tharakans, called J'ahkabah, indigenous to the planet, J'ah. In combat, Hawk-Eyes operate as scouts, or rangers. The reason for the nickname, "Hawk-Eyes" is because of their very broadened range of vision and their ability to see at far greater distances than their counterparts. They never blink. This makes them into snipers with excellent marksmanship.

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Tank_edited

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Tank_edited

"The Iron Knights of Demolition, they are called". These towering giants belong to a Tharvakan race called, H'yakxxo, from the planet H'yax. Tanks wear armored mechanical suits. They can be able to withstand anything, maybe even a nuclear weapon.

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Mauler_edited

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Mauler_edited

"The dogs of war have been deployed". Maulers are from a Tharvakan race, called J'yuranei, natives of the planet, J'yun. The reason they are called "Maulers", is because they are very brutal in combat. Their fighting skills have great ferocity. Aside from being savages, they are experts in guerilla warfare. If you think you can hide from them, you better think twice.

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Spy_edited

Metamorphosis - Sh'jarak Spy_edited

Spies are gatherers of intelligence in the field. They are from the planet Y'eina, populated by Y'einoxei. They wear technological body armor, including a helmet that allows them to see in a different spectrum (Night-vision, Infrared, etc.). They are also equipped with jetpacks.

Morph - S'hjarak Stalker_edited

Morph - S'hjarak Stalker_edited

This is another type of Tharvakan in the Morph universe. They come from the planet P'hokai, populated by P'hoxeikai. They are known for their natural ability to camoflage within their surroundings. In the Tharvakan military, they operate as Spec Ops troops, and they handle tactical espionage operations, along with S'hjarak Spies. They are called Stalkers, because they like to sneek up on their enemies whenever they activate their cloaking devices.

Morph - S'hjarak High Superior_edited

Morph - S'hjarak High Superior_edited

Another caste member of the Tharvakan race. These are Tharvakan elders. One of the most interesting things about these creatures, is when a Tharvakan reaches a certain age in their lifetime, they begin to grow a pair of feathered wings. When they become elders, their wings are fully formed. Tharvakans call them, "Wings of Wisdom". Some Tharvakan elders take on roles of political leaders and military commanders. Those elders are called "High Superiors".

Elysium Row

Elysium Row

This is a recently completed drawing of an underground city called Elysium Row. Its architecture is very identical to some of the structures illustrated in my other pieces of art. This city consists of tall buildings at intersections. They each contain three levels. Level 1 is the building very own urban center. It has kiosks, shops, places for congregation. Levels 2 and 3 are apartments and housing units. The elevators shown in the picture takes the occupants to each of the levels.

Light Up the Halls

Light Up the Halls

Another section of this so-called maze of a library.

Doom - Zombieman

Doom - Zombieman

This work is based on the First Person Shooter video game called, Doom. The game has a theme of Sci-Fi and Horror. This is an enemy featured throughout the game called, "Zombieman". He was once a human space marine, but he has become possessed by invading forces of Hell. Because of his status as a trained combatant, he is now an addition to Hell's army. He can use different types of weapons and he is also trained in hand-to-hand combat.

Doom - Shotgun Guy

Doom - Shotgun Guy

This is another enemy featured in Doom. He is called, the Shotgun Guy. Another space marine possessed by demons. Unlike his previous counterpart, he is known to be more aggressive in combat, and he loves to blast the heads off his opponents with a shotgun.

Doom - Heavy Weapon Dude

Doom - Heavy Weapon Dude

This is an enemy who was introduced in Doom's 1994 sequel, Hell on Earth. Another possessed soldier, only this one is a very skilled heavy weapons expert. He mostly likes to use the Chaingun. He is encountered on Level 3: The Gantlet. When he spots an enemy, he immediately fires his chaingun and he doesn't stop firing until his opponents hide behind cover. Shooting him can also get him to hold his fire.

Doom - The Lesser Ones

Doom - The Lesser Ones

These types of zombies are based on the enemies featured in the 2004 sequel, Doom 3 and Doom's 2016 remake. These guys used to be human technicians, scientists, and engineers who worked for a large, powerful megacorporation, Union Aerospace Corporation. They were among the first to become corrupted by demons. Because of their status as certified geniuses and brilliant visionaries, the demons have decided to use their technological designs to build stronger armies.

Doom - Imp

Doom - Imp

This is a monster type of enemy from Doom. This is just a basic soldier demon in Hell's army, but he still shouldn't be underestimated. This version is just like the version in Doom 3 and Doom's 2016 remake. It can climb on walls and ceilings and it pounces on its enemies, using its sharp claws to rip flesh off their faces. Not to mention, it has the ability to conjure fireballs in their hands and throw them at you. Shotguns do quite well with blowing them back.

Doom - Demon

Doom - Demon

Another monster featured in Doom. A hellhound that is hungry for flesh. It doesn't shoot or throw anything. All it does is bite and chomp on its prey. That makes it a whole lot easier to kill it, but it can take a considerable amount of damage, but the greatest advantage it has is strength in numbers. Shotguns, rocket launchers, plasma guns, or BFGs are the best weapons to use against it. But for fun, go a few rounds with it, with a chainsaw.

Doom - Spectre

Doom - Spectre

One of a few special types of demons in Doom. As you can see, this is my very own version of it, as it looks like a different monster and not like the original, which is a version of "Pinky"(The previous monster). This creature is very stealthy. It has the ability to turn invisible, which presents a problem if you're in a dark environment, with it present.

Doom - Lost Soul

Doom - Lost Soul

A smaller, weaker enemy in Doom, but despite that, it has an advantage in numbers. Like "Pinky", it does not use a long range weapon, simply because, it's just a floating horned skull. But what it can do is rip a whole chunk off your body in one heartbeat. That's how fast it moves when it attacks.

Doom - Cacodemon

Doom - Cacodemon

Another creature in Doom that can float. This big red, round, horned monster with an evil smile is no joke. It can take a lot of damage. Its ability to spit balls of lightning can quite a shock to your system. Just hope you're not in a tight combat space with a few of these things, especially if you don't have the right weapons. Its trademark screech can be very startling to greenhorn players.

Doom - Hell Knight

Doom - Hell Knight

This is a monster in Doom II: Hell on Earth. This is of course my version. It is dressed in armor. This creature ranks higher than the Imps in Hell's army of demons. Because of the Super Shotgun's or Rocket Launcher's effectiveness against it, it is relatively weaker than its larger, powerful counterpart. But of course, nobody should underestimate the kind of damage that this thing can do. Its main attack is throwing green fireballs of death. It also enjoys mauling people into bloody pieces.

Doom - Baron of Hell

Doom - Baron of Hell

This is the Hell Knight's larger, powerful counterpart. This thing acts as a commander of the demons. It is much stronger than most monsters in Doom. It has tougher armor than the Hell Knights. It can take at least few rockets, dozens of shotgun blasts, several plasma cells, and a lot of 7.62x rounds. Just like the Hell Knights, its main attack is throwing green fireballs of death at their enemies. Their melee attack could very well be pounding you into nothingness.

Doom - Arachnotron

Doom - Arachnotron

Introduced in Doom II. A fine result of the demons outfitting themselves with the UAC's latest advanced technology. Walking on a pair of mechanical legs, the Arachnotron scurries about, searching for its targets to shoot green plasma cells at. Super Shotguns or Rocket Launchers are effective enough to blow its pinkish head off its metallic behind.

Doom - Hell Marines

Doom - Hell Marines

My original addition to the Doom franchise. This is Hell's elite unit. Walking twisted aberrations of their former selves, these guys were enlisted to serve the dark masters of the Netherworld. They are equipped with devilishly designed firearms, build by the technology manufactured by the Union Aerospace Corporation. The two Hell Marines on the left and right are wearing masks, those aren't heads.

Doom - Pain Elemental

Doom - Pain Elemental

Another special type of monster. This thing was also introduced in Doom II. This floating, one-eyed lump of charred skin with arms is considered a nuisance. Why? Because it generates Lost Souls, spits them at its enemies. If there are already Lost Souls on a level of the game, it adds more. So, when you see him, take him out fast. Or it could let you know it's in the vicinity by the sound of its wheezing cackle. You could even smell the foul pollution it produces.

Doom - Revenant

Doom - Revenant

This is another monster introduced in Doom II. A tall walking, decaying ghoul created by a mixture of cybernetic augmentation and demon rites of resurrection. Stripped of its own skin tissue, it wears body armor covering its shoulders and rib cage. The metal on its arms and legs are prosthetics, connected to its central nervous system, to keep balance and become more agile in combat. As its main choice of attack, it shoots missiles or heat seekers from its twin shoulder-mounted launchers.

Doom - Mancubus

Doom - Mancubus

This monster is introduced in Doom II. A living, walking blob of flesh that has been upgraded with high-tech implants, including a pair of pyro-cannons surgically attached to its forearms. When it spots an enemy, it lets out gurgling growl, then it attacks by shooting both of its pyro-cannons at the same time.

Doom - Archvile

Doom - Archvile

This is a very special type of demon. Very unique. Also the most deadliest creature ever thought up by Doom's developers at id Software. It has mastered its ability of Pyrokinesis. It can set its enemies on fire, even at a distance, then it focuses its energy into blowing them apart. It takes on the role as the demons' field medic. It can resurrect dead monsters, which makes it a priority target. Don't let it anywhere near the creatures you've already killed.

Doom - Spider Mastermind

Doom - Spider Mastermind

This is evil intelligence at its best. This giant face sitting on mechanical spider legs is introduced in Doom. It is encountered on Level 8 of Episode 3: Inferno as the final boss. It is also the genius behind the demonic invasion of Mars' moons, Phobos and Deimos.When you go up against it, I would advise that you find cover, because once it fires its super chaingun, it won't stop until you do or, you're dead.

Doom - Cyberdemon

Doom - Cyberdemon

Here he is. The king, the boss of all demons. The towering monstrosity that commands the armies of Hell. He led an army of demons to invade Mars' moons. Decades ago, his left arm and right leg were amputated, and have been replaced with high-tech prosthetics. He is encountered on Level 8 of Episode 2: The Shores of Hell, where he waits for any man who has the guts to challenge him. The cannon attached to his arm is his greatest weapon, and it has enough firepower to vaporize a foe into dust.

Doom - Doom Guy

Doom - Doom Guy

The game's protagonist. He doesn't actually have a name. He was enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. During a war back on Earth, he was part of a unit, commanded by a lieutenant, who ordered his own squadmates to fire upon civilians, mistaking them for the enemy. For that, the Doom Guy brutally attacked him. Guilty for assaulting a superior officer, he faced a court martial. Instead of being in prison, he was reassigned to security detail on the UAC's moonbase on Phobos.

Fusion-X - Wesley Graham

Fusion-X - Wesley Graham

This is another character that I made up. He is an African-American scientist and engineer. As you can see, he is wearing a suit that is specifically designed to absorb a self-sustaining energy source called, Fusion-X, which he co-invented along with his scientific mentor, Dr. Ephraim Goldman. Wesley uses the suit to hunt down a ruthless terrorist cell, responsible for his mentor's death and destroy all Fusion-X powered weaponry.

Symbiosis

Symbiosis

The Outlands isn't all silence and death, because this individual is fighting to wipe out mutant creatures taking over half of the planet. With the ability to transform himself into an arsonal of weapons, he should be a formidable opponent.

Fusion-X - Power in Both Hands

Fusion-X - Power in Both Hands

I did some reworking of Wesley's suit.

Morph - Joseph Tyler

Morph - Joseph Tyler

I believe I've already explained who this person is. I've tweaked the look of the clothing he wears.

Morph - Trent Tyler

Morph - Trent Tyler

Trent Tyler is Joseph Tyler's younger sibling. In my novel, MORPH, he has a cybernetic suit, which came from a pair of metal gauntlets that can disperse beams of energy. He and Joseph set out to make the world safer.

Morph - Kimberly Hodges

Morph - Kimberly Hodges

In my novel, MORPH, Kimberly is a supporting character and a friend of Joseph and Trent Tyler. She is a Baltimore County police officer who is quick, smart and sharp-witted. She has a younger brother named, Trey.

Morph - Trey Hodges

Morph - Trey Hodges

In my novel, MORPH, Trey is a supporting character, a friend of the Tyler Brothers and Kimberly's younger sibling. He is a former U.S. Army Tank operator and works as a welder. Despite being Kimberly's younger sibling, he is often very protective of her, much to her annoyance.

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