TOASTERS

ICONIC ROBOTS FROM CINEMA & TV

The word 'toasters' hails from the Golden Age of pulp science fiction stories about robots and mechanical men.
ALL THE TIME IN THE WORLD

CLASSICS • THE TIME MACHINE (1960)

Actors Rod Taylor and Yvette Mimieux together again with "...all the time in the world...!"  Iv'e updated the time travel effects with tachyons and quantum fields. 
REALM OF KUIPER

PLUTO SYSTEM STATION

A future astronaut taking a selfie of her time on Kuiper Belt Research Station 1. 
ALTAIR 4

Classics • Forbidden Planet (1956)

I always wanted to see a good rendering of that scene where space cruiser C57D first touches down on the "...fourth planet of the great main sequence star, Altair...."  So, if you want it done right - do it yourself!  I replicated the landing scene from the movie, but adding much greater depth of detail in the landscape than could have (or would have) been put into a 1950's era matte painting. 
dark side of the moon

mothership at devil's tower

The climactic scene from "Close Encounters of the Third Kind."
outback

the searchers

On an alien moon, orbiting a gas-giant parent planet, astronauts search for lost explorers.
STARK REALITY

THE MAN IN THE IRON MASK

Are 'comics' or 'graphic novels' science fiction?  The Iron Man story takes place in the present day world and uses advanced technology and science to allow an otherwise normal human to achieve great things. Sounds like SF to me! 
bounty hunter

star wars • slave 1

A modified Kuat Systems Engineering Firespray-Class Patrol & Attack Ship, belonging to one Boba Fett, entering the atmosphere of a moon orbiting a giant, ringed planet.
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