Mischievous and avant-garde, but critical and philosophical look at comics and illustrations. Copyright(c)1983, 2006, 2010 and 2012 by Floro Dery, all rights reserved. Unauthorized use or reproduction, in any manner, is prohibited.
On the left side is another version of Junkion planet, its moon, red orb and spaceships. On the right is the close shot of Cybertron planet and one of its moons, it's the first BG of the pilot episode, season 1, of the Transformers. Shown below is the Autobot headquarters.
Shown above are the Decepticon spaceship, the planet Cybertron and one of its moons. Below, left side, is the planet Lithone in a binary star system, in FG is the huge Autobot spaceship and in BG is a wormhole. On the right side is the moon of Unicron and its transformation Mini-Unicron.
Unvorsum is the poetic Latin word for the Universe. Unvorsum, shown in the preceding drawing, is a galactic robot, he's a transmuter in the symbiotic topological realm that's parallel to the physical Universe. He derives his power from an enormous black hole in his body, and through an opening he devours planets, stars and other galaxies. Unvorsum topologically transmutes into a multi-dimensional gigantic galaxy, as shown in the second drawing, that's greater than any known galaxy. Attached to his back is his parasitic mini-sidekick galaxy. Copyright (c) 2013 by Floro Dery.
Shown above are the two versions of Quintesson and its five faces. Shown below is "The Gentle Touch," an acrylic painting on canvas, copyright (c) 2013.
Except for some illustrations and chapters 67, 60, 55 and 41, all the
other illustrations and chapters are deleted because this blog is presently being edited
by my nephew, Kuest, for publication. To see related paintings,
illustrations and storyboards, go to my official Facebook page:
Shown above, left side, the 3rd version of the fiery planet Thrull and its moons and also the 3rd version of the Autobot spaceship; right side, the Quintesson and Sharkticons in the court chamber. Below is the 3rd version of Ultra Magnus.
Shown above, preceding illustration, Galvatron defending the Decepticon Hall of Heroes from Unicron. I
just found out that Unicron art is sought after by Transformers
collectors than either Optimus Prime, Galvatron or Megatron, and the
most expensive too. UNICRON is also shown in Chapter 68.
The preceding wacky robot drawings are not Transformers but just two of the numerous designs I did for the Megas XLR. The first one, the dragon, is based on my 1st version design of the Transformers Mechano-beast. But the following concept designs are from the animated Transformers movie.
The first version of Fortress Maximus, shown above, transforms to Autobot City, shown below.
The ONLY official place to buy Transformers prints signed by me is at my daughter's Etsy store: