The ARES skyborne aircraft carrier in the movie War of the Worlds: Goliath. Some jewels among dieselretro aeroplanes. Click on the picture for a larger version.
Roswell, New Mexico, 1947: one of those legends that ought to be true. Click on the picture for a larger version.
I could probably use this picture to create a campaign setting for the Swedish RPG Sci-Fi! (link >>>) — if I just had more spare time on my hands.
Here are some notes on a Roswell-themed Traveller hack — link >>>
This battered desert vehicle will definitely make some sort of appearance in one of my dieselpunk stories in the alternative 1940s timeline of The Ice War (link >>> ). It could also appear in my campaign outlines — both Red Sand and New Era — in the Swedish space opera RPG Sci-Fi!
Artist: Brendan Baeza Stanicic at ArtStation. Click on the picture for a larger version.
The end of the diesel era in this city seems to be near. Artist Stacy Ntarumbana. Click on the picture for a much larger version.
In the spring, after delivering a sea-faring campaign book for the latest version of the Swedish fantasy RPG Drakar och Demoner, I made a nice schedule for fiction-writing in my spare time till the end of 2016: publishing Dusk and Dawn, starting the sequel to The Ice War, and making a few RPG articles for the Fenix magazine.
However, mundane life intervened and disrupted all planning: this autumn I have had to spend all available energy on my children’s schooling and on earning my paychecks while suspending the fiction projects. But there is at least one piece of silver lining on the involuntary writing hiatus: my buddy Carolina Gomez-Lagerlöf got time to read the completed MS of the Dusk and Dawn novella and she found a serious flaw in a major turn of events. Her verdict is justified, so I now will have to rewrite several chapters to improve the story’s pacing. However, being somewhat wiser than nine months ago, I won’t make a prediction about when it will be completed.