Some surreal musings on a short scifi screenplay I wrote based on fractals and the idea of infinite dimensions. The screenplay in question is complete rubbish in retrospect but the concept art I enjoyed, so here it is in all its strange glory.
The story is essentially a chase through dimensions, but unlike shows that show a clean journey through the planes of existence this one assumes that dimensions branch like a franctal, as each possible action spawns its own offset of actions. A bit like the film Sliding Doors except each actions would create five more Gweneth Paltrows, each with their own story to pursue.
I'm not really sure why I chose the number 6 other than I liked the amount of choice it gave, and the amount of duplicates it created wasn't totally untenable at first, though quickly grows to vast proportions.
This is one of my favourite cartoons that I have ever drawn. Inspired heavily by the style of illustration found in the Beatles "Yellow Submarine" animated film. These only became Geography teachers in my head after I drew their rather eccentric clothing, to me the elbow patches just scream Geography teacher.