"As a kid I always wondered how a Galaxy Class Saucer landed. How exactly does a Borg Cube "excavate" an entire colony? What would a new golden age of Starfleet exploration look like after the Dominion War? As an amateur artist, I woke up one day realizing I had the ability to finally share these daydreams with other Trekkers and Sci-fi enthusiasts. I make no claims of being an artist or of perfection, just sharing the dream!"
Take your work to Ten Forward for Data's concert, ride a shuttle to explore a new world, fall asleep in your quarters, take an away mission to a new planet, or enjoy a Holodeck program with these free audio tracks!
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Nathan Warner was educated in the Planetary sciences with degrees in Geology and Geophysics. Since then, he's worked in engineering support and church ministry. He's a 3d-animator, graphic artist and designer, and an amateur artist with a love of God's amazing creation. In 2016, he sought a creative outlet to get "off-world", and his childhood love of Star Trek, with its optimism, sense of duty and responsibility, exploration, and discovery was a natural allure. He began by composing audio tracks to compete with city sounds; then, he turned to digital composite paintings that "beamed" him up for a little healthy escapism, as he hopes they do for you too.
Published through Amazon KDP, "Between Heaven and Earth" is Blabberdock's first collection of artwork - 25 stunning scenes taking you on an adventure across the cosmos.
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