Microgravities is the local (online) habitat of Ens, also known as DepartedGlories.

Hello, I'm Ens and this is my personal website! I'm an artist, worldbuilder, and eccentric hobbyist who enjoys science fantasy settings and anthropromorphic characters. I'm also interested in coding (HTML, CSS, JS, etc...), F/OSS software, and the indie web.

I host my art, writing, and other various projects here. Most of what is on this site is fairly obvious, but here is a quick rundown anyways:

Happy browsing, and feel free to drop me a line via my contact information.

Site Info
  • Mobile Friendly, designed with desktop viewing in mind.
  • Tested on the latest version of Firefox and is compatible with Chrome/Safari/mobile/etc
  • Uses Javascript for the scroll-to-top button.
  • Web-MA: intended for adult (18+) audicences. This site contains artistic nudity, mild gore/violence, and may include other mature and/or 'dark' topics. There's no explicit sexual content on this site; at most there may be mild/light suggestive art/text.
  • This website pledges to have 100% human-made content. No machine learning or artificial intelligence tools were ever or will ever used in the creation of posts, pages, art pieces, and photographs.
Additional Lore

The Mezzanine is a small space station currently located in the low orbit of a remote planet somewhere out in deep space. The space station is divided into three zones; Callysto [52], Ehro'pa [09.a], and Galatea [11]. You are currently visiting zone 09.a, Ehro'pa. It is the garden and aquarium. This zone is capable of running a few simulated habitats perpetually and a couple of ephemeral aquatic habitats used for studying various species of interest.

The name *Microgravities* is inspired from Biosphere's ambient techno album Microgravity.

Recent Art

A garden is always "under construction"

This website is more or less a living specimen, ever changing and updating because I can never truly finish a project. You can follow my website by copying it's URL into your newsreader. Visit About Feeds to learn more and get started (it’s free and I highly recommend it).


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