At the beginning,
I wrote LANTHANIDS as a movie scenario; the idea was to valorize some models I had realised a few time ago;
Then I started storyboarding some part of the story, and I also build new models, some senery...and the baby grew up.
j'ai écris LANTHANIDS comme un scenario;
il s'agissait de valoriser des maquettes que j'avais réalisé quelques temps auparavant. Et puis je me suis mis à le storyboarder en partie et a construire de nouvelles maquettes d'engins, quelques decor miniatures... et le bébé a grandit.
La suite /next
ALTERRA1 STORYLINEShort Introduction
GEOGRAPHY/PLANETPresentation & Climatology
SHORT STORIESLanthanids (french+english 9000words)
Rouge & Or (Français, 3000mots)
Rouge: le projet BD..
Powersuit female pilot, figure.
AIR VEHICLESFlying Bike Kampferd
Flying Bike winged Kampferd
Flying Bike Sharknoze
Son's Invasion Submarines
Rel's special Mecha
Mechas 1/72 kits
Power Suit KARUNG
Power Suit GURTEL
The Millepode design story
The Millepode 1/72 model
ARSENAL: Individual Weapons:Vena's Plasma Mauser
|LANTHANIDS, graphic novel (still in construction)
Vena, a young noble woman, must leave the heedless world of youth in order to fight at the border.
Inexperienced and in the hostile solitude of the mountain agitated by dangerous volcanic phenomena, she confronts the Lone One, an infallible and determined enemy.
3-1 ‘I await you, oh Vena,’ continued the machine after the protocol.
3-2 ‘Give me ten minutes,’ she answered. ‘I will change and make my goodbyes.’
3-3 Floating in an unhealthy drunkenness she crossed the garden and reached her room. Her blue dress like the slippery night of her being was abandoned dead on the carpet.
3-4 Never would she have believed that she would be putting her hand so quickly again on her coarse, dark pilot combination … she was ready in the twinkle of an eye. Of all her jewellery she kept only the "Canopic Wings of Fire" around her neck, her talisman.
3-5 Her parents were absent occupied with their business. The housekeeper waited for her on the threshold of the room. She threw herself into the arm of the old man.
3-6 ‘Tell my father. … my mother …’, but the words didn't come.
3-7 ‘Do not fear, I will find some appropriate goodbyes to transmit to them. We wait your return.’
3-8 After a moment, she turned her back and moved away, with second sight she knew with certainty that all had already changed.
end of chapter 3