A digital library of the shadowworld, the shadowverse, the dreamworld, and the nightmare world.
A book, perhaps.
The book is a collection of shadow stories, with each story curated by a single author.
Some of these stories are personal, and some are fiction, but the spirit of the project remains: to create a virtual world of the darkness that can be enjoyed by anyone who can imagine it.
And it’s not just the darkness you can enjoy in the book, either: in its entirety, the book contains over 100,000 shadow images, each of which you can browse and manipulate through the interactive shadow maps.
The book itself is a work of art, too, with beautiful illustrations by the artist Laura M. Sillitoe, and a beautiful cover.
The shadowverse is a digital world that is largely devoid of people, and yet it has a rich history and lore.
For the book’s first chapter, it tells of a certain character, a man named Sam who lives in the shadow world of an old castle.
He is one of many of the characters who populate the book.
Sam is an ordinary, but very rich man.
His castle is surrounded by many, many, thousands of people.
Sam has a small family of servants who take care of his needs.
His favorite thing in life is hunting, but it’s always raining, and Sam gets tired of it so he takes a job as a guard.
Sam’s life is in the midst of some upheaval, however.
A storm has broken out, and many of Sam’s servants have disappeared.
His wife, Nessa, is also missing, and her family has been captured.
Sam knows he has to save Nessa before it’s too late, but is also aware that the storm is likely to cause even more destruction than he can prevent.
The main character, Sam’s wife Nessa.
The character who has to take care, protect, and feed the servants in his castle.
Nessa’s daughter, and sister-in-law.
The main characters’ daughters, and niece-in