“I wake up in a dark room. Disoriented. Instinctively, I realize that waking up in a dark room with your head scrambled up is not a good thing. My body reacts, and I try to stand up. Except there is no standing up because there is no up, or down for that matter. I am floating in micro-g!
I freak out and flail my arms, reaching out for something to hold on to. But there is only emptiness.”
The Technologies of God- Part 1 by @litguru. Source:
I painted Spatial Cognition for this first episode of my 24-part science-fiction story in the Hive Blockchain. I used watercolors to try to convey the feeling of spatial disorientation, drugged-out confusion, and Kafkaesque helplessness that the protagonist feels upon waking up in outer space. Getting kidnapped by a sexy android is not all that’s cracked up to be.
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