Baja Clavius

illustrated science fiction by Madeira Desouza

Images

Madeira Desouza says:

Since 2007 I have been creating images of men to be enjoyed by gay adult men. In particular, I created hundreds of images to enhance readers’ enjoyment of my writing in the science fiction genre. Here are ten images that demonstrate my work as a digital artist:


 
If you want to see more images I created for Baja Clavius, visit my Gallery with Notes featuring images accompanied by my text descriptions and comments. The full collection of images is available for downloading bundled together with the full text of the storytelling.


About Baja Clavius Images: Depicting the Impossible

Madeira Desouza says: I work with computers and software (not pens or pencils or paint brushes) to create illustrations. I aim for my digital illustrations to be as photorealistic as possible, yet the subject matter that I choose to explore certainly is not intended to represent accurately the physical world that we all occupy. Quite the opposite. I attempt to create digital illustrations that depict characters and situations from an imaginary world that can exist only in a person’s mind.

The hundreds of images I created for Baja Clavius deal with science fiction and time travel themes. One cannot go out and use a camera to capture what it looks like when humans travel in time. So, my digital illustrations provide highly visual depictions of impossibilities.