Category Archives: ilion

Includes all updates to the front page.

Worlds of progress

It might seem like this was my biggest hiatus yet, but I’ve actually been doing quite a lot offsite. So many worlds covered, and none of them are Ilion. Regolith. September 2018.  The Moon. Cabra. August 2018. It’s Ilion-adjacent, but … Continue reading

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Artist’s block? Not exactly…

It’s easy to blame this block or that block for a lack of content, since it’s such an easy thing to fall prey to. I have my own brand of block called posting block, where I let content sit and … Continue reading

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Why the traffic jam all of a sudden?

Oh, it’s just a giant bottleneck.  

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Seems…derivative

You know what they say about idle hands – they make new clades. The group in question, hookbacks, is not up yet but in the process I went back and updated the red plant derivative phylogeny. Being an older work, … Continue reading

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“Wow, that photo looks like a painting!…oh wait.”

When you can’t afford to launch a satellite to a planet six lightyears away, you learn to make your own satellite photos. Thankfully, I’ve had some practice. Last year I did a 50-50 series of geological landforms in relief on … Continue reading

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Old News

The Polyxena archersnake is nothing new; in fact it’s one of my earlier creations. It has a page now detailing its life cycle and place in the food web and will probably get more art in the future.  

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It’s aliiiive

Odyssey III Yes, this is finally going to be a thing. It doesn’t have enough entries in it to make a story, but I’ll publish it long before I consider it finished, so people (i.e. my mom and maybe one … Continue reading

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