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Watercolor on paper. The inspiration for this illustration was a bedtime story my 4 year old told his little sister, he’s obsessed with space and my girl has a little thing for princesses, they have the most amazing imagination and I thought sharing a piece of it will make them so happy. Plus every princess deserves going to space to catch a dancing star
Hi, I am Sara and I am 11 years old. This is my submission for the "Out Of This World" map challenge. I love to read. Books transport me to different places and times and into the lives of the characters. This is my fantasy world of books. Magical and Exciting!
What if Enid Blyton were to make a fantasy map of space? What exciting places would she create? Would there be a Star Polishing Studio to brighten stars when they lose their shine? Would there be a Rainbow Making Factory that produces the spectacle of rainbows all over the world? Would there be an Asteroid Rock-ording Studio creating all the music of the universe? These exciting thoughts inspired me to make a map of all these places, with orbits marking their locations.
This is my submission for the "Out of this World" challenge. Things have changed so much lately it is as if we are living in a different version of planet Earth. It is as if we have traveled to a new universe without even leaving our homes.
This illustration is inspired by my little 10 years old who just loves cat and keep sharing all fun n strange facts about animals and cats in space.
He was really sad when he came to know few animals did not come back from space but a French cat Felicette was the first cat to ever travel to space
Even though we can’t travel as we wish this summer, we’re able to take a virtual journey in our imaginations. With an assist from streaming services and movies, the land of science fiction is easily accessible and wondrous. I recently watched Dark, the German twisty time travel series, and re-watched the Kubrick masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey. Other favorites include The X Files, Stranger Things, Twin Peaks and Close Encounters of the Third Kind. This illustration is inspired by all those supernatural, sci-fi shows and legends that disrupt our reality in creepy, bizarre and sometimes comical ways. Sci-fi Galaxy exists to cause disturbances on Earth, transporting us to places we could never imagine otherwise. The lettering and colors celebrate vintage 1950s sci-fi movie posters.