A few sketches I can conclusively point "this is where this idea came from!" This is one of them. At least, I'm pretty sure I remember where this was from.
When the new capital city of Lowell was being built, deWulf Heavy Industries made a concerted effort to get in on the ground, as it were. Heavy construction was nothing new to DWI; their bread and butter in the pre-space era had been the construction industry, and a new headquarters had been in the planning… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Corporation Architechture
When the deWulf Navy needs secure storage, they turn to the Never Depot. One of the earliest sustained military locations that was off-planet, this was where the the deWulf Corporate Democracy shipped any weapons of mass destruction after the unification war. While the weapons remained under Corporate Democracy control, the fact that they were stored… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Never Depot
While the deWulf Navy gets most of the attention (and the funding) the simple truth is that nothing is yours until it's your boots that are on it, and not the other person's. And to that end, that means you need boots. Boots with guns, tanks, air support, logistics, and everything else that making sure… Continue reading Sketches – deWulf Army Base
There's no real "world building" part to this sketch, really. I saw a few photos of a somewhat interesting building entrance, and I decided to try and sketch it out. Not terribly complex, but not just a flat wall either. I think I did a bit better on this sketch compared to my first perspective… Continue reading Sketches – Perspective Attempt 2
The needs of industry sometimes take odd directions, and in this case the needed resources are found in old volcanic mesas on some dusty, windswept world. One mesa has already been delved and harvested, transformed into a company town to take advantage of the already existing infrastructure and the need for local supporting services. A… Continue reading Sketches – Desert Mesas
While Elysian architecture has its own various themes, most of them are familiar to city dwellers. But a few styles are distinctly Elysian, and one of those is the wing and eagle motif. While some designs were... less than eagerly accepted by the general populace, the overall consensus was that it was possible to merge… Continue reading Sketches – Elysian Buildings
When I was writing about SPM Rollen looking out on the skyline of the deWulf capital city of Lowell (Turn 111), I wondered a bit about what did the buildings in that skyline looked like? This thought sat in my head for a while, and I played around with a few different concepts and designs.… Continue reading Sketches – Fenren Skyscrapers