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Warped9 April 10 2004 09:14 PM

Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
I'm hoping to get back on track with stuff I like doing. In this thread I'd like to start sharing photomanipulated and/or enhanced pics of stuff we'd never seen, but it sure as hell would have been nice to if it had been possible.

This first one is an imagined view of the proper production series version of the Enterprise racing toward and about to hit the galactic barrier in "By Any Other Name." The view you see instead of pure blackness is of distant galaxies beyond the barrier and our own galaxy.

http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/...d9/ST-En1a.jpg

:) More to come...

Intelligence April 11 2004 10:11 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
when I read in Asherman's Star Trek Compendium about the original proposed scene with Captain April who kicks the rude officer off his ship, where the Enterprise was supposed to fly along a smaller vessel, I coursed that the scene was not used in The Cage, because the stock material could have been used in Charlie X again...
:(

uhm Edit: ^your art is wonderful Warped9 ;) and a good topic title...

BolianAuthor April 11 2004 10:24 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
That's an absolutely beautiful image, Warped9... did you use one of the images from the Hubble Deep Field for the galaxies background? It looks very nice! :)

Warped9 April 11 2004 10:36 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
Quote:

Posted by BolianAdmiral:
That's an absolutely beautiful image, Warped9... did you use one of the images from the Hubble Deep Field for the galaxies background? It looks very nice! :)

Thanks. The deepspace image of the galaxies may have been a Hubble shot, but for the life of me I don't recall where I got it. Often I find beautiful images and download them for possible use later on. The energy barrier is right from a WNMHGB screencap, but enhanced for the shot. It may not really show, but the Enterprise does have some radial zoom blur added to give it a sense of it moving away from the pov towards the barrier.

I'm hoping to add other images here. I don't want them to look like current Trek F/X, but like genuine TOS shots yet enhanced just enough to look a little more polished yet unmistakably authentic looking. In other words the "completed" image we may carry in our minds of what ClassicTrek really looks like.

Warped9 April 12 2004 01:32 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
"By Ant Other Name": The Enterprise breaks through the energy barrier...
http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-BAON2.jpg

...and speeds away from the Milky Way and into the intergalactic dark.
http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-BAON3.jpg

Warped9 April 12 2004 02:02 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
For some reason the first pic at the beginning of the thread has vanished so here it is again for those who may have missed it.

http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-BAON1.jpg

Warped9 April 12 2004 06:54 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
Last one for this evening.

Enroute for Andromeda at high warp...
http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-BAON4.jpg

Warped9 April 12 2004 07:38 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
A little shot addressing the shuttlecraft's more appropriate size in "Metamorphosis." Can you see the difference?

http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-Meta2.jpg

Four Mad Men April 12 2004 08:48 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
McCoy is shrinking! Must be a side effect of that seam filler he was using.

Warped9 April 12 2004 11:35 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
Quote:

Posted by Four Mad Men:
McCoy is shrinking! Must be a side effect of that seam filler he was using.

:lol:
Okay, I confess: I just had to cover up that unsightly and very un-23rd century quality control seam on the stanalizer.

But also afte following your's and Phil Broad's projects on correcting the scale of the shuttlecraft I reasoned it'll work out to about 30% or so bigger than the "as built" mock-up, so I just upsized the shuttlecraft's image in the shot 30%, including it's shadows on the ground and all.

I'm going to check out the interior shots available and see if I can slip a glimpse of the interior into the shot. I'm also going to take a crack at re-envisioning it on the hangar deck.

Warped9 April 13 2004 12:29 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
Ah, details. details... :lol:

http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-Meta1.jpg

FalTorPan April 13 2004 03:02 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
Quote:

Posted by Warped9:
I'm hoping to get back on track with stuff I like doing. In this thread I'd like to start sharing photomanipulated and/or enhanced pics of stuff we'd never seen, but it sure as hell would have been nice to if it had been possible.

Awesome images!

Warped9 April 14 2004 07:08 AM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
Before Kirk there was the Pike era. And supposedly there was a time just before events of "The Cage." Here the Enterprise is engaged in her maiden battle at Rigel 7. The blue nebula in the background is the Witch's Head Nebula near Rigel.

http://img49.photobucket.com/albums/.../STE-Cage1.jpg

FalTorPan April 16 2004 12:56 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice...
 
I like!

Achillies April 16 2004 05:31 PM

Re: Never seen TOS scenes, but would've been nice.
 
Eh, maybe I missed this is an earlier post, maybe its just me but what the hell happened to the deflector dish?

Other than that I love the rest of the image.


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