Back in August I wrote a journal entry ([link]
pertaining to a Deviation I had uploaded around that time. The Deviation was part of a shelved project I have recently been inspired to blow the dust off of. At the moment, said Deviation is in storage awaiting the project's official resurrection. My intention is to get the project online by the end of this week, or what I have of it that's been collecting dust on my computer. Yes, it is an art project and will be presented through deviantART. I'm not known for art projects, such endeavors have always seemed to require more effort than I am productive enough for. Therefor I cannot guarantee the longevity of this new project, but I promise I will get what I already have online for everyone to see. Lately I've been utilizing my free time drawing because a more significant project I'm developing (I call it "my work") is awaiting a next step I am unable to provide for it.
Here's a promotional for my upcoming project, basically an abridged version of a lengthy article I wrote detailing the project's canon-universe history (which I may present later):
"In 1934, the U.S. Government established a national park in the Florida Everglades through the envision of conservationist Ernest F. Coe in an attempt to protect the delicate ecosystem it harbored from increasing human activity. Fourteen years later, in 1947, the park was dedicated to President Harry Truman.
"Currently the Everglades National Park protects over one million acres throughout Dade, Monroe and Collier counties in Florida. It is a rich ecosystem containing more than 350 species of birds, 300 species of fish, 40 species of mammals and 50 species of reptiles.
"The Everglades was an ideal location to establish a biological research facility. During the 1960s, a period in American history of boosted scientific advancement including the invention of birth control pills and exploration of our moon, a division of the U.S. Government, the United States Pathological Research Association (USPRA), established a subdivision in the Everglades National Park focusing on the study of biological disease. Specifically, that is the study of viral, bacterial, prion and fungal infectious agents. This new division, the Florida Pathogenic Disease Analysis Department (FPDAD) of the USPRA, was staffed with the best scientists in their respective fields.
"But the scientists were not interested in studying biological disease. Though a subdivision of the U.S. Government, the FPDAD was not closely monitored and functioned independently. Lab rats were used to test antidote and cure formulas created for diseases under study by the scientists, so the laboratory harbored all the necessary equipment to practice basic biological engineering. As well as experimenting on the record, the scientists had tendencies to work off the record practicing genetic manipulation on their lab rat subjects. Building upon the results of successful experiments, the scientists focused on improving their own genetic manipulation abilities. There were several areas of biological engineering the scientists aimed to improve on. Resulting from their tampering with the lab rats, they were skilled at basic genetic manipulation, however they needed to further study mentality and how to manipulate cognition and instinct as well as investigating other areas of bioengineering such as genetic splicing; introducing foreign deoxyribonucleic acid into a subject of interest for hybridization. Also a priority was studying procreation. Despite efforts to create new forms of life through genetic manipulation, the scientists had yet to create stable reproductive forms of life. Especially with investigation of genetic splicing on their agenda, the scientists would need to develop a synthetic gene formula that would override biological restrictions hindering the reproduction of artificially-produced life forms. Once a successful formula was created, the scientists would not only be capable of creating new and bizarre creatures via genetic manipulation and splicing, but those creatures would be able to breed.
"By the late 1980s the synthetic gene formula intended to override biological restrictions hindering the reproduction of artificially-produced life forms was completed. The SGF-S, "Synthetic Gene Formula Solution" (or simply "The Solution"), proved successful. And once the scientists had accomplished most of the necessary feats of bioengineering, they incited to get creative and experiment with more than lab rats..."
Any guesses as to what this art project is?