Sunday, October 17, 2010


The artists here at F.O.R.C.E.S. have become somewhat spare in their depictions of the psychedelic realities of the intergalactic trading field. I just want to know how anyone would go about fitting that huge container in that moderately sized room.

Friday, October 15, 2010


Using natural occurrences for one's own good is what the intelligent species of the universe are known for. One can be towed by a miles-wide sail using only the raw winds that a star emits; the startup is awfully slow, but cruising on free fuel sure makes the boys in accounting happy. Two can use strips of lead paint to attract the void-lamprey to clean the outside of their ship; just a few swatches and these little space worms save millions in re-paneling. Three would find their self looking at a picture like the one you see below. Using the natural bacteria-like decay of the Aether to open up pathways for all purposes; think of the money you could save!

Sunday, October 3, 2010


Breaking through the barriers of the third dimension can really tire a person out, especially when it is a part of the job description. In today's FORCES, Unlimited cross country collaborative book the team offers us a snapshot of the Space Freighter's work day over a span of the mind melted between physical unreality and a controlled fit of psychedelic normalcy.