Chaz Boston Baden, webmaster
This page shows all of the pictures we've used on our Home page so far, and some information about each one. You can click on the image or the title to see a larger version. If you'd like to contribute a Space Cadet picture, please write to the webmaster.
Cadets We Have Known: Kelly Freas.
No punchline this time, as L.A.con IV mourns the passing of one of science fiction's legends.
Frank Kelly Freas
died in his sleep the morning of 02-Jan-2005.
Photo by Chaz Boston Baden, April 2001.
Space Cadets Party Poster
- One of the party signs we sometimes use for our room parties
at other conventions. Based on a similar poster created by
Elizabeth Klein-Lebbink and Jerome Scott for the L.A. in 2006 bid.
Space Cadets We Have Known: Sgt. Ed Green
the 2002 Worldcon in San Jose.
Ed Green is chair of
Loscon 31 at the end of this
month, and was a familiar face at the L.A. in 2006 bid tables. He also
prepped the "bid kit" that the travelling bidcom members took from convention
to convention. Photo by Chaz Boston Baden.
Tom Corbett, Space Cadet.
From the original television show. Frankie Thomas, who played the title character, is
our Special Guest for the convention.
ID Badge Lady by David Milano.
David Milano drew this lady for our committee ID badges. He's also drawn
art for our flyers and some of our ads.
One Small Step for Fankind... by Randy Farran.
Randy Farran lives in Tulsa, Oklahoma with two cartoon dogs (ask anyone
who's seen 'em). When he isn't opening doors, using the can opener or
otherwise demonstrating his prowess with his opposable thumbs to the other
members of the household, he's working on
, the state's largest and
longest-running literary science fiction/fantasy convention.
Space Cadets We Have Known: Elizabeth Klein-Lebbink
last year's Worldcon in Toronto.
Elizabeth is a native Canadian and a long-time L.A. fan, probably best known
for working on and running convention art shows. The uniform was made by
Photo by Chaz Boston Baden.
Space Catet by
Born in the mythical land of Cape Cod,
has traveled all around the world. She has been drawing since she could
pick up a crayon (graduating to more sophisticated drawing tools in later
years). She attended the University of Tennessee, majoring in art.
Contrary to rumour, Terrie does not just do "blank" art.
She does elves, centaurs, wildlife, and yes, occasionally,
"anthropomorphic" art. Her tools vary from an airbrush to a
computer tablet. She has done countless illustrations for various
fanzines, penciling & inking for several comic companies, and has done all
phases of "full frame" animation on computer for education, TV, and
Ol' Faithful by Sue Mason.
website has this to say about Sue Mason:
"Large, busty woman with a thing about small skinny elves. Looks as if she just walked off the stage at a
Victorian music hall. Fan-artist with a congenital inability to resist a challenge. Interested in sex, beer,
cats, corsetry, Shadowrun and canal-boats, often all at once."
Star Pirates by Lawrence Northey.
L.A. fan Jerome Scott owns one of these.
makes these robot sculptures, and you can see many more of them on his
website. Photo used with permission of artist.
Major Tom and the Space Kittens by Sue Mason.
Sue, Hugo-winning fan artist and past TAFF delegate,
has delighted fans on both side of the Atlantic with
her art and her effervescent personality, which is usually
pegged at 11 on a scale of 1 to 10.
She also plays the role of the designated
responsible adult in the
Traveler by Selina Phanara.
is a fan artist in L.A. who cuts out little pieces of colored paper
and creates fanciful (and sometimes whimsical) art thereby. She also
works in chalk, paint, and more conventional media. Her art
door to the APA-L room
Viewpoint by Sherlock. Sherlock is a quiet, mischievous
punster who is also a well-known fan artist in San Antonio TX.
Space Cadets We Have Known: Glen Boettcher and Mike Vande Bunt
, Nov. 2002.
by Chaz Boston Baden.