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TrekToday May 30 2008 11:30 PM

More Mojo Magic
 
<font color=yellow>Adam "Mojo" Lebowitz</font> has added new artwork to his blog for fans to enjoy. <p>As reported by <A class="link" HREF="http://darthmojo.wordpress.com">Darthmojo.wordpress.com</A>, while looking at a bunch of old CD-ROMs, Mojo stumbled upon some old treasures. "A fistful of years ago, I did a few covers for Star Trek: The Magazine," he said. "Sadly, this slickly-produced, lovingly written periodical folded in 2003, but as I was digging through my archives (in other words, as I was finally looking to see what was on a bunch of old CD-ROMS entitled 'label me'), I ran across the original, hi-res renders created for the publication. Knowing how bad I am with technology, itís entirely possible that I put the CD in my drive and accidentally uploaded them to my blog, where anyone can download and enjoy them."<p>Mojo explained the process of creating the images. "The first step was for me to create a rough draft of the image I had in mind; it was then sent to the editors who had their art department do a mock-up of the cover to see how it worked and where the cover graphics would interfere with the image." After the image was accepted, "off I went to create a 3k render."<p>The photos on the site are of: The Enterprise 1701, The Enterprise-D with a Spacedock in the background, several shots from <i>Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan</i>, including one of the Enterprise being chased by the Reliant, and a beautiful shot of the Enterprise orbiting a greenish planet.<p>To read more and to see the artwork, head to the article located <A class="link" HREF="http://darthmojo.wordpress.com/2008/05/29/scificandy-1-7-oh-wonderful/">here</A>.<center></center>


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