Shaka Zulu wrote:
I hate to be critical, but what we see here is the easy part. The hard part is getting the characters right. And we don't see any of that, here.
Those vague tiny featureless renders of Kirk, Spock, and some red shirt dwarfed by the Big Alien Things don't count.
Furthermore, the unrealistic proportions of the characters that we can discern don't impress me at all; quite the opposite, actually. I can only hope that the character drawings here are thumbnail placeholders in lieu of actual character drawings to be inserted once it's figured out exactly how to draw them (e.g., regard a faceless Spock).
Unfortunately, in Green Lantern, the character style is to render people with exaggerated proportions, and these sketches seem to suggest that the treatment might go in that direction, too. That sort of character style works in GL, but I have grave doubts about it working in Star Trek.
Consequently, I'm unimpressed, and actually concerned.
Agreed. I too also love Green Lantern
, but I don't necessarily want to see its style on a new Star Trek
cartoon (nor do I want to see the style of Star Wars: The Clone Wars
or Dragons: Riders of Berk
just slavishly copied for any new animated series based on Star Trek
As I've said (and shown) before, this
style is the kind of style that should be done for a new series:
Frankly, SZ, I don't get your fascination with Aurora. It isn't just the soulless characters and animation. The whole concept is boring. It's just April O'Neill and a T'Pol clone delivering stuff...and that "teaser" just flat out promises a stupid episode 2.
Actually, it's earning raves because it's a different take on Star Trek-the civilian
side that we rarely ever see in the shows, novels, and movies. Also, it hearkens back to the 1960's show somewhat. That, and people who've see all of it (not just some-check out the whole movie) feel that it's a better story the the 2009 movie or the upcoming one.