The Next Rotation - The Universe of Fenris Fox
01 August 2006
Pencil Drawing: The Anomaly of Room 125

I made the original, crude concept sketch of this piece in my microeconomics class, during the summer session which just ended. As one might guess, the relevant room number is the one in the title. I just was so bored.. mainly because I was tired. I mean.. who in the heck wants to listen to microeconomic, mathematical mumbo-jumbo at 8:00AM? Most people I know - including those in college - were busy doing more important things.. like partying! LOL +~~~=:o)

In any case, "Room 125" incorporates some ideas that will be in the upcoming Fenris literary storyline. While it is clear that the work is inspired by Star Trek, it is also obvious that some things are quite different.

Enough babbling on my part. Fenris presents, "The Anomaly of Room 125," Original Web Release, First Edition, 8/1/2006:

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