In order to boost creativity, I have started another new blog, Splodge and Splatter. It’s for my artistic side (otherwise known as my Inner Artist) to have a go at creating images to provide inspiration for posts for my normal blog; and for that blog also.
My first post over there features the legendary Europan Icewolf, which I will now reblog here.
Splodge and Splatter will only be updated intermittently, not as often as Beyond the Sphere (although at the moment that is actually saying something). I may also visit images created for past posts here, and re-do them over there.
As I say, it’s just for the creative process.
But here is The Icewolf of Europa…
Moon of Jupiter, home to an incredible pack of Ice Wolves. They roam the Moon freely… in fact, they roam the Solar System freely, so advanced they are. From their observatory hidden deeply within the vast Pwyll Crater on Europa they watch the comings and goings of the Universe with great interest.
Are they observers or are they planning or plotting something?
Being human, we tend to look at things from a defensive perspective, and would probably opt for the latter option. But the Ice Wolves? What of them? Why can they not just be silent observers, simply watching. And learning? Willing to share what they learn and their thoughts with us, and the rest of the populated Universe.
They can be mystical, magical creatures. They utilise the power of the stars and the Sun, both ours and theirs together, and draw from the strengthening Power of Light and…
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