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My current work situation is a bit precarious at the moment due to contracts finishing in mid-July, so in light of this I have decided that I am going to pursue making Arz - www.facebook.com/Arz5a and the main site: www.arz5a.com/ - a full time career. In light of this I am going to launch a Patreon at the end of June to fund the project in the short to medium term, so any help/support would be most appreciated.

I have been working on Arz for nearly three years, and if I am able to make it a full time career as a Mistress of a Universe, then it will be a dream come true.

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My current work situation is a bit precarious at the moment due to contracts finishing in mid-July, so in light of this I have decided that I am going to pursue making Arz - www.facebook.com/Arz5a and the main site: www.arz5a.com/ - a full time career. In light of this I am going to launch a Patreon at the end of June to fund the project in the short to medium term, so any help/support would be most appreciated.

I have been working on Arz for nearly three years, and if I am able to make it a full time career as a Mistress of a Universe, then it will be a dream come true.

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Or how Sir Issac, Frank Herbert, Arthur C Clarke and a whole lot of Mass Effect begot this bairn of mine called Arz. 

I often say to friends that my career goal is to be the Mistress of a Universe, and while I am sorely tempted to actually get business cards printed up with that on, the key thing for me is being a creative bunny for the rest of my life. This is why Arz matters to me, and why I dearly want to share the universe in my mind’s eye with y’all.

Arz in some shape or form has been knocking around my head for about twenty years (yes I was say dreaming back in first period chemistry), and when I started to think about my long term career about six or seven years ago the singular thing that always stuck in my mind was being the creative font through which others could realise their talents. It sounds all cockamaimy, but for me it is always an absolute pleasure seeing a piece of art based on Arz for the first time, then being able to share it with the wider audience. I love the process that comes with working with the great team I have assembled, and I get a real kick out of it all.

So, where do Issac and Frank et al come into it? I would be a liar if I said Arz was created in a vacuum. Indeed, I would go as far as to quote Newton and say that I am well and truly standing on the shoulders of the greats when I develop this project, from Homer to Herbert, John Blanche to David Feintuch they have all had a small, but perceptible, influence on Arz and the way I have thought about how I have shaped the universe. Mass Effect’s scope and scale probably had the biggest influence, as did the Dirty Dozen, which is why there is a lot of foreshadowing, shenanigans, and intrigue in the one shots I am writing to sit along side the main saga. Indeed I would say that without my Mass effect binge in 2012 I doubt I would have had the kick up the backside I needed to actually put the whole project on track. Oh, and here’s why Sir Issac had such an impact on Arz: www.youtube.com/watch?v=hLpgxr…

Ultimately Arz draws on many different ideas, philosophies, concepts, and cultures, far too many to list in this blog, but the core ones are drawn straight from the greats, with hopefully enough of a spin from me to make it worth the joy ride for the reader/viewer to enjoy and come back to time and time again.

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Stuart-Dillon Featured By Owner 6 days ago  Professional Digital Artist
50 ft woman magazine image by Stuart-Dillon  its finally published 
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gusavancini Featured By Owner Jun 21, 2015  Professional Digital Artist
Thanks for the fave :D
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stupidspider Featured By Owner Edited Jun 16, 2015
Hi, thank you for the fav to Steam Punk Cop i really appreciate it.
your gallery is awesome 
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Adasca Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2015  Hobbyist General Artist
Your poses are great! Thank you for the future references.
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ashestome Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2015  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Used you stock! 

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Thank you! Stay awesome (:
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thanks so much for the fave and for sharing your stock, very much appreciated :iconrbheartplz::iconballoondogplz:
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Thank you for faving text by AStoKo  
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Thanks!!!
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