Lost in Space had some episodes which some fans, even now, don't like. Two Weeks in Space was one of those kind of episodes. I happen to like the episode. It must be the idea of those hot lava bed mineral baths, or maybe that Preplanus has "not one sun, but 4 suns." It was a silly story which had Edy Williams trying to trick Dr. Zachary Smith while he in turn was trying to use her for his own purposes. Hey! Where did the Robinson's get all that recreational equipment so far out in space? To the right I used Angela Cartwright'sUnruly Girls Shadow Stamps.
This is John Robinson and Doctor Smith out and about. Taken inside a alien spaceship they search ... the "Derelict." To the left are a couple of Unruly Girls Shadow Stamps - some of Angela Cartwright's shadow stamps. There is also another behind Dr. Smith. At this point Smith is not dressed like this yet. I did this in my sketch pad which I will send on to the Art House Project in which I am participating.
Here, the family, John, Maureen, Penny, and Judy Robinson are wondering where Will got the apple. The family has been on short rations because of lack of food. Wish Upon a Star is one of the better Lost in Space episodes.
I erased and then drew Will Robinson again. This is the original drawing which I scanned then did some photoshop on it, then printed up on watercolor paper in the last post. I think poor Bill Mumy looks better after I got rid of the old face. I haven't been drawing as much because of the turmoil going on in this house. I will try to spend more time in doing art. This is like doing things backwards!
This was inspired by the Lost in Space episode, The War of the Robots. In the background is an Angela CartwrightUnruly Shadow Rubber Stamp. This started out being Major Don West but I didn't like the way he was turning out so I changed it to Will. I still am not sure about it. I post it for the robot!
Done in watercolor and acrylic this was inspired by the Lost in Space episode The Derelict. In the background I used Angela Cartwright's Unruly Girls Rubber Stamps.... just a shadow. I love drawing Dr. Zachary Smith! Here he is trying to contact Aeolus 14 Umbra. Most likely something more sinister than any human agent as the Irwin Allen Wiki implies! Voyage to the Bottom of the Soul indicates this.
I don't know which way I like it best... lighter or darker. I drew this a long time ago, but only just the last three days got to doing it over in watercolor. I guess it is out of proportion! I didn't have any fairy models to go by.
When I went to scan this it would not all fit in the picture scanned. So I am putting it up in pieces. In the background to the left I used one of Angela Cartwright's Unruly Shadows. I added trailings to it! It looks a bit like a plant like creature. Maybe a little bit like the episode "The Flaming Planet." Ah well I am still learning to draw! There is the Robot B9 in the background... one of my all time favorite characters .
Inspired by the Lost in Space episode There Were Giants in the Earth. There is a scene where Will Robinson gets the radio-telescope to working. They see Major West and Dr. John Robinson being attacked by the giant. This particular radio telescope is a strange looking contraption, but interesting.
This is the exact same watercolor from a couple of days ago. Finally photographed it, but in crooked form! Inspired by the Lost in Space episode, Mutiny in Space. Those aren't donuts Judy is polishing.... but something on the wall behind the freezing tube. The poor girl kept polishing the same spot the whole scene. Angela Cartwright Shadow Stamp still there out the window.
This took me about 5 hours to do. But it took several days to do it. I was spending hours and hours on my Cheyenne cat blog instead of this. Both therapeutic yet at times depressing. It is one big picture but I had to scan it three times to get most of the whole picture. The Lost in Space episode Mutiny in Space is not the best episode.... but I love this scene where Judy and Maureen are wiping down the freezing tubes. I used one of Angela Cartwright'sUnruly Shadow Stamps in the last part... below.
In the watercolor above I used some of Angela Cartwright'sUnruly Shadow Stamps. I have been doing a lot of drawing but did only a couple of watercolors. This was inspired by the Lost in Space episode The Space Vikings. Perhaps the most interesting thing about this episode is that you get to see Sheila Mathews, the future wife of Irwin Allen, the producer of Lost in Space.
Somewhere is the original drawing of this picture which I did sometime in the past. I found online where I had done this in watercolor before. The Keeper was my was my inspiration, a great two part episode!!
One of my favorite Lost in Space color episodes is The Dream Monster. In my opinion, the scene where Will and Penny Robinson are cutting paper dolls is one of the best (of the best). In the actual episode they were sitting in the door way of the space ship. This is mostly watercolor. I never tire of drawing the robot! Everytime I draw it is a learning exercise.